There is only one Chase Freedom Flex card design option, and it’s sky blue with a light blue swirl. Cardholders cannot customize the Chase Freedom Flex card’s standard design, or the design of most other Chase credit cards. But many of them have rather beautiful standard designs regardless.
The only customizable Chase credit cards are the two Disney co-branded cards: the Disney Premier Visa Card and the Disney Visa Card. With those cards, you can pick from a variety of Star Wars and Disney-themed designs, including Chewbacca, Mickey Mouse, and Darth Vader.
There is no way to customize a Chase Freedom card. It only comes with one design – a blue swirled pattern on the front of the card with the number printed – not embossed – on the back of the card. It’s also available only in plastic, not metal like the Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve cards.… read full answer
Chase only allows you to customize two of its cards: The Disney Rewards card and the Disney Premier card. Both offer 10 Disney and Star Wars-related themes to choose from.
There is no reason you can’t have both Chase Freedom and Chase Freedom Unlimited.
In fact, having both could make a lot of sense, especially since neither charges an annual fee. Having both Chase Freedom cards allows you to combine the stability of Unlimited’s cash back on all purchases with the bonus categories offered by the standard version.… read full answer
The Chase Freedom Unlimited credit limit is $500 or more for everyone who’s approved. The most creditworthy applicants can get starting credit limits of $5,000 or higher. Chase Freedom Unlimited cardholders who start with a limit of at least $5,000 get the Visa Signature version of the card instead of a Visa Platinum card. Signature cards come with a few more supplemental benefits from Visa. … read full answer
Chase doesn’t publicly disclose a maximum credit limit for the Chase Freedom Unlimited card. But some customers have said that they have received limits of $20,000 or higher. If you want a limit that high, you’ll need spotless credit, a very high income to afford the payments and low existing debt. Just keep in mind that no matter what limit you get, it’s not permanent. You can ask Chase for a Chase Freedom Unlimited credit limit increase by calling the number on the back of your card. It’s best to try that after at least half a year of on time bill payments.
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