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Chase Freedom 3x points promo for travel

Postby Mogul of Pineapples » Thu Aug 07, 2008 8:45 pm

I have the Chase Freedom card and I got a notice in the mail saying I'll get an extra 3% on travel - airfare, hotel, car rentals from August 15 through October 9th. Normally you can still get 3% on travel if it is one of the three categories you spend the most on that month. But I guess this is in addition to that because it says it won't count against your three 3% categories.

"You'll continue to earn triple points or 3% cash back at the top three everyday places where you spend the most each month."

It says you can get up to 10,000 bonus points ($100) with this promo and it won't count against your annual earnings cap.

Just wanted to let everyone that has the Chase Freedom know about this.
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Rewards change on Chase Freedom

Postby fffresh » Tue Jan 13, 2009 12:34 pm

The Chase Freedom is a popular credit card which previously gave 3% cashback on whatever 3 categories you spent the most on.

Recently they have scaled back there reward to only give 1% on most purchases and you will only receive a 3% reward on whatever promotional categories they are pushing at the time.

When Chase cut back cashback on their Cash Plus Rewards card years back I stopped using it. I'd recommend you do the same with the Chase Freedom. The new rewards structure is no longer lucrative.

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Postby Cucumber » Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:30 pm

Chase changes their rewards around way too often :(
Stop talking crap about him!

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