The Chase grocery bonus offer is 5% cash back on grocery store purchases up to $12,000 spent in the first year with either Chase Freedom Flex℠ or Chase Freedom Unlimited®. After year one, Flex cardholders can get 5% cash back on up to $1,500 spent at grocery stores per quarter when grocery stores are a bonus category. Additionally, the Amazon.com Credit Card gets you 5 points / $1 spent at Whole Foods Market.
It’s important to note that Chase Freedom Flex℠ and Chase Freedom Unlimited® cardholders will not earn grocery bonus rewards at drugstores, discount stores, convenience stores or gas stations. Grocery purchases at superstores like Walmart and Target, or warehouse clubs such as Costco and Sam’s Club, are also excluded. Qualifying retailers may include major grocery store chains, smaller stores that primarily sell groceries, and grocery pickup and delivery services.
Chase Grocery Bonus Offers
Chase Freedom Flex: 5% cash back on grocery store purchases, up to $12,000 spent the first year after getting the card; 5% cash back up to $1,500 spent per quarter in rotating bonus categories, when activated.
Chase Freedom Unlimited: 5% cash back on grocery store purchases, up to $12,000 spent the first year after getting the card.
Amazon.com Credit Card: 5 points / $1 spent at Whole Foods Market with no quarterly limit. Prime members earn up to 5 points per $1 spent.
Major credit card networks assign a 4-digit number known as a merchant category code to credit card purchases. Credit card companies use these codes to determine if a specific purchase qualifies for their bonus rewards. If a purchase on your credit card statement includes the merchant category code for grocery stores and supermarkets, then it is eligible to earn grocery bonus rewards.
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