The Chase Freedom Refer a Friend bonus is $50 cash back for each friend who applies with your link and gets approved. You can get the Freedom referral bonus 10 times per calendar year, for a total of $500. To refer a friend for Chase Freedom, go to chase.com/referafriend/ 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.
How to get the Chase Freedom Refer a Friend bonus:
Go to Chase’s referral page: chase.com/referafriend/.
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.
There’s also the Freedom Unlimited card, but its bonus is a little different. You get $100 for every successful referral. But you can only earn it 5 times per year, so it’s a total of $500 still. Plenty of other Chase cards offer referral bonuses, too.
You can find out how the "Refer-A-Friend" program works here.
Basically, you can recommend someone to one of Chase's services via a unique link and you will earn rewards if they get approved. You will be shown what rewards you're eligible for on the offer page you will be directed to after inputting your name, zip code, and last 4 digits of your card on the page above.… read full answer
You can get a Chase Ink referral bonus by inviting other business owners to apply for the Ink Business Preferred credit card. If someone you refer is approved, you’ll receive 20,000 bonus points, worth $200 cash back or $250 toward travel booked through Chase Ultimate Rewards. You’re eligible for five referral bonuses (100,000 points total) each calendar year. So, the Chase Ink referral bonus makes for a nice addition to Ink Preferred’s already high initial bonus: 80,000 points if you spend at least $5,000 in the first three months from account opening.… read full answer
To invite people to apply for Ink Preferred, you must register online with Chase’s Refer-A-Business Program to receive a special link. The Chase Ink Preferred referral bonus is the only referral bonus available from a Chase business credit card right now. The Ink Business Cash and Ink Business Unlimited cards are not currently part of the referral program.
How to get a Chase Ink Preferred referral bonus:
1. Register for the Refer-a-Business program You can register online from the Refer-A-Business page or through the Chase mobile app. Online, enter your name, zip code and last 4 digits of your Ink Business Preferred card number. Then, click “Get Started.” You should see your referral link and a list of options for sharing the link. From the mobile app, log in with your Chase online username and password. You should see the “Refer friends” option. The next page will include the referral link and your sharing options.
2. Share your referral link Once you click the “Copy Link” button, you can send your link through text, e-mail or social media. You can always copy the referral link and e-mail it on your own. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, you can post a general invitation link, too.
3. Wait for your referrals to be approved
The application deadline is set for later than the last day you can refer to allow the individual time to consider the offer. When a referral is approved for the Ink Business Preferred card using your referral link, you’ll receive 20,000 bonus points. If they are denied, you won’t receive the bonus. Rejected applications do not count against your five annual referrals limit.
4. Collect and redeem your bonus points Your bonus points will post to your Chase Ultimate Rewards account within two months of your referral’s application being approved. Because of privacy concerns, Chase will not disclose information on the application status(es) of any referral(s).
Points do not expire as long as your account stays open. You can only refer people for the Chase card you own. If you refer them for the Ink Preferred Business card and they apply for another Chase card, you won’t receive a bonus.
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