Chase Freedom’s 10% cash back rewards rate is a limited-time promotion that doubles the Freedom card’s standard 5% bonus rate. The most recent Chase Freedom 10% offer, 10% back on paying monthly bills, expired August 31, 2018. There don’t appear to be any Chase Freedom 10% promotions active at the moment.
If you’re eligible for a Chase Freedom 10% offer, you’ll get an email or see an update when you log in to your online account. So make sure to check regularly. There have been some valuable Chase Freedom 10% bonuses in the past.
Here are some previous Chase Freedom 10% promotions:
July-August 2018: 10% back on paying bills, up to $15, applied as a statement credit
April-May 2018: 10% back at Starbucks, up to $15, applied as a statement credit
January-February 2018: 10% back at Best Buy (when you use Chase Pay app), up to $300 in Chase Ultimate Rewards Points
2016: 10% annual bonus on all points earned when you have a Chase checking account
2015: 10% back on Amazon purchases, up to $150 in Chase Ultimate Rewards points
There have been several Chase Freedom 10% offers so far in 2018. And there’s a good chance you may get another before the year is over.
Chase Freedom currently doesn%t have a 5% cash back promotion. It was cool while it lasted. They currently offer 5% cash back.
All you need to do is activate your 5% cash back every three months at chase.com/freedom.
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