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There is no Chase Freedom Flex 10% cash back promotion available, as of November 2020. There were a few different 10% cash back deals on the original Chase Freedom® card, which was replaced by Chase Freedom Flex in September 2020. The 10% rewards rate was a limited-time promotion that doubled the Chase Freedom’s standard 5% bonus rate.
Previous 10% promotions on the original Chase Freedom card:
- December 2019: 10% back on up to $500 in purchases
- March 2019: 10% back on up to $2,500 in hotel purchases through Chase Ultimate Rewards
- 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 (with 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
It’s possible there could be a 10% cash back deal on Chase Freedom Flex in the future, but Chase hasn’t announced anything yet. If you’re eligible such an offer, you should get an email or see an update when you log in to your online account, based on how things worked with the Chase Freedom card.
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