The Chase Freedom Flex Refer a Friend program gives you a $100 cash back bonus for each friend who applies for a participating Chase Freedom card with your link and gets approved. The participating Chase Freedom credit cards are Chase Freedom Flex and Chase Freedom Unlimited®.
You can get the Chase Freedom Flex referral bonus 5 times per calendar year, for a total of $500. To refer a friend for either Chase Freedom Flex or Chase Freedom Unlimited®, go to Chase’s Refer a Friend page and enter your last name, your zip code and the last 4 digits of your card number. You’ll get a link to share with your friends through email or social media. Then, all you have to do is sit back and let the referral bonuses roll in.
Here’s how to get the Chase Freedom Flex Refer a Friend bonus:
- Go to Chase’s referral page.
- Enter your last name, zip code and card number (last 4 digits).
- Click “Continue,” then enter your friends’ names and email addresses.
- Use the Facebook and Twitter icons to generate a referral link for social media.
- Click “Submit.”
You can send Chase Freedom Flex Refer a Friend links to as many people as you want, but you’re limited to 25 per 24hours. If someone applies for the card but isn’t accepted, you don’t get a bonus. But denied applications don’t count against your five yearly referrals.
Chase won’t tell you if someone used your link, or whether they were approved or denied. So, you’ll have to hear it from your friends. If you know you’ve earned a bonus, you should expect to wait up to 8 weeks for the bonus cash back to post to your account.
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