The hotel chain Chase has announced a new promotional model that will allow guests to “chase” their money with the promise of “free” nights, but not always the other way around.

Chase has partnered with Dunkin’ Donuts to launch a promotional campaign called “Free Day.”

Guests can choose to pay for an evening free or pay for a night free, depending on how much they want.

A free night, a night ticket and a night pass for a guest who is not already a Chase Chase card member will all be valid options.

Free Day has no minimum spend requirements and does not cost a guest a single cent to redeem.

However, there is a limit on the amount that can be spent per person.

Guests can only spend $1,000 a day on the Chase Chase promo cards, or $1 million a year.

This new model is expected to roll out to more than 100 hotels in the U.S. and Canada by early next year, Chase said in a statement to ABC News.

“We’re thrilled to be launching this new offering at our favorite destination destinations and have so many partners eager to take advantage of this new offer,” Chase CEO Brian Reed said in the statement.

Chase also said it will also be offering additional benefits to Chase cardholders. “

Chase is committed to working with our partners to give our guests the best possible experience and to help them build their personal savings.” 

Chase also said it will also be offering additional benefits to Chase cardholders.

Guests will be able to redeem for Chase Gift Cards for hotel gift cards and the Chase Business card, as well as Chase Ink and Chase Visa gift cards. 

According to Chase, this new model “ensures guests don’t have to pay extra to enjoy the same experiences as the most trusted brands.”

Chase did not provide details on the different ways that guests can redeem for the Chase gift cards or Ink and Visa gift card.

The Chase statement does not mention the minimum spend requirement for the free nights, and it also did not offer a dollar-for-dollar comparison for the different promotions.

The free nights are only available at Chase’s most popular locations in the country, such as its flagship chain, Chase SuperTarget, which has 1,600 locations.

Chase did announce a new “Chile Night” program, which is available to select Chase hotels in Mexico, Chile, Peru, Peru and Colombia.

The new “chile night” promotion will allow guest to choose between a free night or a night-time reservation for $100.

Chase also announced that guests will be allowed to choose the number of free nights they want for $50, and that they can choose between three different promotions: “Chinees Night,” which allows guests to book a night for $150, or a $100 deposit on a night of a $300 or higher value, or “Chinese Night,” allowing guests to choose whether they want to pay $100 or $150 for a $200 or higher hotel room, or the “chinese night” for a lower-value night.

For Chase’s hotel chain, the company said that its “Chasing” promotion has an estimated annual value of $11 billion.

“The Chase brand has a proven track record of helping guests save and expand their personal finances, and we’re pleased to partner with our industry-leading partners to provide our guests with a choice of options to earn Chase Rewards,” said Chase CEO and co-founder Peter Rometty in the company’s statement.

Chase has been criticized in recent years for its lack of transparency and transparency with its promotional programs.

The company has come under fire for its decision to allow Chase to offer a free day at many of its locations in countries where the company does not operate, including Mexico and Peru, and the promotion is not currently offered in Canada, Brazil or the U.,S.