Current Chase Freedom promotions include a $150 bonus when you spend $500 in the first 3 months and 0% APRs for 15 months on new purchases and balance transfers. Chase Freedom also has a $0 annual fee, though that’s more permanent than promotional.
Chase Freedom’s 0% APR promotions are available to anyone with the excellent credit needed to get approved for the card. The initial bonus is only for applicants who don’t already have Chase Freedom and haven’t earned its initial bonus in the past 24 months. You’ll be automatically rejected if you apply for Chase Freedom twice in a 24-month period, according to customer service.
It’s also worth noting that the Chase Freedom $150 bonus promotion doesn’t come directly as cash back. Instead, you get 15,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points, which you can then redeem for $150 cash back. You can also get $150-worth of travel or gift cards. The low spending requirement and the fact that Chase Freedom has no annual fee make this a good offer. Plus, the initial bonus and 0% APR are not the only Chase Freedom promos.
Here are the Chase Freedom promotions:
- $150 bonus when you spend $500 in the first 3 months
- 0% introductory APR on purchases for 15 months
- 0% introductory APR on balance transfers for 15 months (5% fee)
- 5% cash back on your first $1,500 spent each quarter in categories that rotate
- No annual fee
- Free weekly credit score through Chase’s Credit Journey
Chase Freedom has a lot to offer both in rewards and in financing. And it does so all without charging an annual fee. All of these Chase Freedom Promotions combine to form an attractive credit card. But you’ll need excellent credit, a score of 750+, to have a shot at approval.
Finally, there is no listed expiration date for the current Chase Freedom promotions. They have changed over time, though. The original Freedom card offered bonus points in categories you could pick; it now offers the same rotating categories to all cardholders. And there used to be a Chase Freedom promotion for 10% extra back when you had a Chase checking account.
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