Visa Checkout does take Chase Freedom, along with 26 other Chase credit cards. To add Chase Freedom to Visa Checkout, create a free account, enter the card details and shop on a site that accepts Visa Checkout. Using Chase Freedom through Visa Checkout does not affect the card’s rewards, even in its 5% bonus categories. Customers get the same rewards as usual.
Visa Checkout allows you to store the card number, expiration date and security code of various credit cards in one place. Then, when checking out on any site that allows Visa Checkout as a payment method, you can just log in to Visa Checkout, select the card you want, and Visa will fill in all the payment information. So there’s no need to type in the details of a Chase Freedom card over and over again.
Here’s how to use Visa Checkout with Chase Freedom:
Register for a free Visa Checkout account and log in.
- Fill in the card number, expiration date and security code of your Chase Freedom card.
- Enter the billing address for the card and confirm you want to add the card.
- Shop on a site that accepts Visa Checkout (over 300,000 merchants).
- Select “Visa Checkout” as the payment method and pick Chase Freedom from the menu that pops up.
- Confirm your purchase.
A Chase Freedom purchase made with Visa Checkout gets charged to the card just as it would if you entered the card’s details on the site normally.
Using Visa Checkout with Chase Freedom can really streamline the checkout process. While Visa Checkout isn’t universally accepted yet, it is available at major retailers like Walmart, Kohl’s, Best Buy, Staples, Walgreens, Marriott, United Airlines, redbox, Starbucks and Pizza Hut.
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