Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom each offering up to $175 bonus

Posted on June 4, 2016 by in Chase Ultimate Rewards

What’s the deal with the Chase Freedom Unlimited and the Chase Freedom cards?

The relatively new Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card offers an unlimited amount of 1.5% cashback that’s automatically applied to every purchase. You can also earn a bonus of $150 when you spend just $500 on purchases in the first three months and another $25 bonus when you add an authorized user. There’s no annual fee to pay with this card and you get built-in protection features such as Zero Liability Protection, Purchase Protection and Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver.

The Chase Freedom credit card offers 5% cashback on combined purchases of up to $1,500 in quarterly bonus categories and unlimited cashback at the rate of 1% for everything else. You also get a bonus of $150 with this card when you spend just $500 on purchases within the first three months and a $25 bonus when adding an authorized user. There’s no annual fee and you get the same built-in protection features as the Chase Freedom Unlimited card, including Price Protection and Chip-Enabled Security.

How do I get the Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom deals?

You can apply here for the Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card.

You can apply here for the Chase Freedom credit card.

What else do I need to know about the Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom deals?

The current bonus categories for 5% earning with the Chase Freedom credit card are grocery stores and wholesale clubs; starting next month, restaurants will be included.

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