Today is the first day you can activate your Chase Freedom 2013 first quarter bonus…
If you’re considering a cash back card, consider the Chase Freedom Unlimited. The Chase Freedom Unlimited is offering a $200 signup bonus, 5% cashback at grocery stores your first 12 months, and unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases. All this with no annual fee!
Chase Freedom Unlimited $200 Bonus
These last several months, most of us have spent more on groceries than normal. That’s why the Chase Freedom Unlimited‘s new signup bonus is appealing: $200 (after spending $500 in purchases in the first 3 months) and 5% cash back at groceries stores during your first 12 months as a cardholder up to $12,000. Excluding Target and Walmart.
Normally, the Chase Freedom Unlimited is $150. The additional 5% cash back at groceries for up to $12,000 in purchases your first 12 months is a nice perk!
Pro-tip: Purchases at Target and Walmart are excluded from the 5% cash back.
Assuming you spent $12,000, you’d earn $600 or 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
You also get 5% cash back when using your Chase Freedom Unlimited to pay for Lyft rides through March 2022.
With travel temporarily halted, now’s a good time to look at cash back cards, especially cards with no annual fee like the Chase Freedom Unlimited.
The Chase Freedom Unlimited’s new signup offer is $200 after spending $500 in purchases the first 3 months, 5% cash back (up to $12,000) at grocery stores your first 12 months, and unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases.
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