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One of the best Chase Freedom Flex deals is an initial bonus of $200 for spending $500 in the first 3 months. Plus, this card offers 5% cash back on certain categories that change every quarter. Chase Freedom Flex also sweetens the offer with a $0 annual fee.
Here are the best Chase Freedom Flex deals:
- Good initial bonus: $200 for spending $500 in the first 3 months. Once you meet the spending requirement, it may take 6-8 weeks for the bonus to show up in your account.
- Cash back rewards: 5% cash back on up to $1,500 spent per quarter in bonus categories (which change every quarter and require activation), 5% cash back on travel through Chase, 3% back at restaurants and drugstores, and 1% back on all other purchases. Bonus category purchases that exceed $1,500 in any quarter will also earn 1% cash back.
- 0% intro APR: 0% for 15 months on new purchases as well as balance transfers. After the introductory period expires, the APR jumps to its 19.49% - 28.24% (V) regular rate. You’ll want to make sure you pay off any balance under the promotional rate before it expires. There is also a balance transfer fee to consider: Either $5 or 3% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater in the first 60 days (5%, min $5 after).
In addition to the card’s specific perks, Chase Freedom Flex also offers discounts for online shopping, food delivery, and ride-sharing services. These deals are offered through World Elite Mastercard. Offers include Lyft credit, ShopRunner and DoorDash membership deals, and Instacart and Fandango discounts.
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