Maria Adams, Credit Cards Moderator
The Chase Freedom price protection program was discontinued on 8/26/2018. When it was still available, it reimbursed cardholders when they bought an item with the Chase Freedom and found a better price on the same item in the next 90 days. The card holder got back the difference between the price they paid and the price they found, up to $500 per item and $2,500 per year. There was a bit of fine print, though. It’s good to know the specifics of the policy in case it ever comes back.
Having said that, it is also worth noting that the Chase Freedom credit card is not available to new applicants anymore. But if you are looking for a card with this particular benefit, you can check out some good options offering price protection.
Murphy T, Member
Basically, if you bought something, and find the exact same object at a lower price, you can contact them, and they'll give you the difference. Keep in mind, it's not every item, and it only works if the place you bought it from doesn't have a price match policy.
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