Chase Freedom $150 Cash Back Bonus Credit Card

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Last updated on December 15, 2016 Views: 547 Comments: 8

One of my favorite cash back credit card offers has always been the Chase Freedom card, primarily because of the initial bonus offer combined with a great cash rewards program and low APR if you apply with excellent credit.

The Chase Freedom card provides all new Chase cardholders a $150 statement credit after spending $500 during the first three months. You cannot currently own any Chase credit card in order to receive this offer as this is only for new customers.

An equally impressive feature of the Chase Freedom is its rewards program, offering 5% cash back on select purchases every month and 1% cash back on all other purchases. Like other cash back programs, the 5% cash back categories change every three months. Each quarter, a maximum only the first $1,500 spent in these categories can earn the 5% cash back (meaning a max of $75 saved each quarter), with the regular 1% cash back earned in these categories thereafter. In addition you need to activate your 5% cash back categories each quarter.

Last but not least, the Chase Freedom card has no annual fee, which is impressive considering the amount of money one can possibly earn from the rewards program. There is a 0% APR introductory offer on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. After that, the APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate, depending on the cardholder’s credit history. The more impressive your credit score, the lower your interest rate.

Taking into account how long most big bonus offers stick around, the Chase Freedom® could disappear very quickly. If you’re in the market for a new credit card, consider the best cash back credit card offered in a long time. Visit the Chase Freedom® credit card to find out more or open an account.

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qixx says:

I already have the Chase Amazon card. 3% year round at Amazon and 2% on gas. With that an a Discover Classic (similar to Discover More) for 5% rotating this card is less interesting. That $150 promotion would be great if it was not limited to just those without a Chase card already.

skylog says:

interesting. chase non-credit card accounts are seeing their attractiveness decline, while their credit card accounts are becoming more attractive.

Anonymous says:

I’m pretty happy with my AMEX Blue card. I use it for all my bills and pay it off at the end of the month. I usually make about 400.00 a year on cash back alone, with no fees.

Anonymous says:

I had taken advantage of the Chase $100. offer for opening checking. I am on Social Security who wants 80% of unearned income. That means $20. free and clear. Whoopie!

Nothing against Chase- they cheerfully deposited $100. in my new account. But this is kind of a warning about cash offers on one hand; while the government takes most of it away from the other hand!

Luke Landes says:

What calculation are you using to determine you have to pay taxes worth 80% of your unearned income? There’s nothing like that in the worksheet in IRS Publication 915.

Anonymous says:

I am on SSI, and also receive other “unearned income” checks- which they subtract each month. They have done all calculation at S.S.A. The amount subtracted used to be 50% I think, but my disability is permanent, and the government may be tired of long-term income! Well; $20.00 is better than nothing! I had already spent the full $100., and my SSI check went down $80.

Ceecee says:

Daggone it, I already have a Chase card. I’d be filling out this application right now if I didn’t.

wylerassociate says:

that is a good cash back deal from chase. I do wonder if more banks will offer higher cash back deals on credit cards.