The Chase Freedom Flex points value is up to 1 cent per point, depending on the redemption option. Chase Freedom Flex rewards points are worth 1 cent each toward cash back, travel, gift cards, charitable donations or Apple Store purchases. They’re only worth 0.8 cents each when using the Shop with Points feature at Amazon, though.
There’s also another redemption option for Chase Freedom Flex that doesn’t have consistent point values. You can spend your points for exclusive experiences such as private tours, upscale dining or courtside seats. These will all be priced differently depending on the event.
Since Chase Freedom Flex is a card that doesn’t have full Ultimate Rewards privileges, you won’t be able to transfer your points to Chase’s travel partners. However, if you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve card, you can move your points from Freedom Flex to that card and then be able to access the travel partners. And on that note, if you transfer your points to Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve, you can use them at a rate of 1.25 cents or 1.5 cents each toward travel, respectively.
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