The best Chase Freedom Flex deals are a $200 initial bonus, a 5% cash back bonus on certain purchases, an introductory APR of 0% for 15 months on purchases, and limited-time deals with DoorDash and Lyft. Chase Freedom Flex also sweetens the offer with a $0 annual fee.
To earn the $200 sign-up bonus, you’ll need to spend $500 within the first 3 months after account opening. Once you meet the spending requirement, it may take 6-8 weeks for the bonus to show up in your account.
The ongoing Chase Freedom Flex 5% cash back rate is limited to $1,500 spent in select categories that change each quarter. Bonus category purchases that exceed $1,500 in any quarter will earn 1% cash back. Chase Freedom Flex also always offers unlimited 3% cash back on dining and drugstore purchases. Purchases outside of the bonus categories get 1% back.
The Chase Freedom Flex introductory interest deal is 0% for 15 months on new purchases. After the introductory period expires, the APR jumps to its 14.99% - 23.74% (V) regular rate. You’ll want to make sure you pay off any balance under the promotional rate before it expires.
For a limited time, Chase Freedom Flex offers 3 months of free DashPass from DoorDash, which gives you free delivery on eligible orders of at least $12. You must activate this offer in your online account by 12/31/2021. And through March 2022, you can get 5% cash back on Lyft rides.
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