New cardmembers receive 5% cashback (awarded as 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards on grocery store purchases on up to $12,000 spent in the first year. (Target and Walmart purchases are excluded.)
Sorry, existing cardholders. This promotion isn’t available for you. But if you hold, say, the Chase Freedom Unlimited but not the Chase Freedom Flex, you should be eligible for the Flex’s welcome bonus. On the offer’s landing page, Chase states, “This product is available to you if you do not have this card and have not received a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months.”
On top of that, both Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom Flex offer new cardholders $200 cashback (20,000 Ultimate Rewards points) after spending $500 in purchases within three months of being approved for card membership. Easy peasy.
Combine with a Sapphire Card!
Remember that the Chase Sapphire Preferred currently offers 100,000 bonus points to new members who spend $4,000 on purchases within three months of being approved. It also allows members to redeem those points at a 25% bonus when buying travel through Chase. (Chase Sapphire Reserve members get a 50% bonus!)
So if you get one of the Freedom cards and earn that 20,000 Ultimate Reward points bonus, you can transfer it to your Chase Sapphire card and make it worth 25,000 points (Preferred) or 30,000 points (Reserve).
Chase is again offering 5% cashback on grocery store purchases on up to $12,000 spent in the first year of card membership for its Chase Freedom Unlimited and Chase Freedom Flex products (Target and Walmart excluded, you know the drill).
Stack that a Chase Sapphire Preferred or Reserve and you can earn yourself a mountain of points in no time.
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