No, Chase Freedom Unlimited does not have a $300 bonus anymore. Instead, Chase Freedom Unlimited offers new cardholders $200 for spending $500 in the first 3 months.
Chase Freedom Unlimited also offers ways of supplementing the initial bonus, as it earns extensive ongoing rewards: 5% cash back on grocery store purchases for the first year (up to $12,000 spent), 5% cash back on travel through Chase, 3% cash back at restaurants and drugstores, and 1.5% back on all other purchases. These are excellent earning rates, especially considering Chase Freedom Unlimited's $0 annual fee.
To get the Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card sign-up bonus, new cardholders must spend $500 within the first 3 months of opening an account. The Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card bonus is $200.
Keep in mind, however, that you will not be eligible for this introductory bonus if you currently have the Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card, regardless of whether you previously received the bonus. You also may not be eligible if you recently earned the bonus.… read full answer
In addition to the sign-up bonus, the Chase Freedom Unlimited credit card offers 1.5 - 5% cash back on purchases. Its annual fee is $0, and you need good credit to get approved.
Only new applicants are eligible for the Chase Freedom Unlimited $200 bonus. Current cardholders or anyone who received a Chase Freedom Unlimited bonus within the last 24 months do not qualify. It’s also worth pointing out that the bonus actually comes in points, worth $200 when redeemed. The bonus points should post to your account within 6 to 8 weeks after you qualify. In addition to the initial bonus, Chase Freedom Unlimited also offers ongoing spending rewards that amount to 5% cash back on grocery store purchases for the first year (up to $12,000 spent), 5% cash back on travel through Chase, 3% cash back at restaurants and drugstores, and 1.5% back on all other purchases.… read full answer
Yes, there is a Chase Freedom Unlimited referral bonus and it is worth up to $500 cash back per year. Cardholders can earn $100 cash back for every referral who is approved for the card. The limit is five referrals in a calendar year. The bonus is available to cardholders with an open Chase Freedom Unlimited account in good standing.… read full answer
To send a referral, you’ll first need to register online via Chase's Refer-A-Friend page. You can also register through the Chase mobile app. Enter your name, zip code and the last 4 digits of your Chase Freedom Unlimited card number. Then, click “Get Started.” You will receive a personalized link that you can forward to friends through text or e-mail. You can also share the link on social media.
Once someone you refer has been approved, the bonus will post to your account within 8 weeks. The bonus will appear on your Chase Freedom Unlimited statement as a “Refer-A-Friend” bonus.
You can only make referrals for the Chase card that you have – Chase Freedom Unlimited, in this case. And whomever you refer must apply for the Chase Freedom Unlimited card via the link you give them in order for you to receive the referral bonus. Chase will not disclose which of your referrals have applied, nor will they notify you of a referral’s application status. There’s no bonus if a referral is approved for a different Chase card.
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