DoorDash, Chase Launching Co-Branded Mastercard


Delivery service DoorDash is joining forces with Chase and Mastercard to launch its first-ever credit card.

According to a Tuesday (Sept. 27) news release, the DoorDash Rewards Mastercard lets cardmembers access benefits and earn rewards on things they purchase both on and off the DoorDash platform.

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The companies say the card expands their existing relationships. Chase has offered membership in the aggregator’s DashPass program to certain cardholders since 2020, and DoorDash and Mastercard first collaborated to offer card benefits last April. Meanwhile, Chase and Mastercard teamed with DoorDash rival Instacart to launch what they called “the first Chase co-branded card offering in the on-demand grocery delivery space.”

See also: DoorDash Expands Grocery Offerings With Sprouts Partnership

PYMNTS reported last week that DoorDash has been expanding further beyond its roots as a restaurant delivery service with a series of new partnerships, including one with Sprouts Farmers Market, one of the largest retailers for fresh, natural and organic foods in the U.S.

Starting in October, shoppers will have access to more than 375 Sprouts stores using the DoorDash marketplace to get the grocer’s products sent to their doorsteps. The company has also recently announced partnerships with other retailers, including Big Lots, Dick’s Sporting Goods and EG America.

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Research by PYMNTS shows that the vast majority of aggregator customers order from DoorDash and Uber Eats, according to the March/April edition of PYMNTS’ Digital Divide study, “The Digital Divide: Regional Variations In US Food Ordering Trends And Digital Adoption.” The report showed that seven in 10 aggregator customers had purchased from DoorDash in the previous month, while nearly half had done so from Uber Eats.