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    Default Do the points on Freedom ever expire?

    Hey guys -

    I was just recently approved for the Chase Freedom with a limit of 2k. I was interested by the spend $500 in 3 months and get 10,000 points ($100 value)

    I'm curious, do Chase Freedom points ever expire?
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    They sure don't, as long as your account doesn't default. Congrats on the approval, and get that 10k bonus!
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    Congrats on your Chase Freedom approval! When it comes to cash back cards, the Chase Freedom card is way ahead of the pack. WTG!
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    As of now they don't, but who knows what the future will hold. Chase seems to change their policies on the fly, but then again so do all banks.
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    I wouldn't count on them changing their no expiration policy in the foreseeable future. With all of the other major players offering non-expiring rewards, it just wouldn't make them competitive to take such a step backwards like that.
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    No, but they do dilute their rewards.
    Previously, I could redeem 25,000 points for a $325 max value airline ticket.
    Now, I want to say that 1 point = $1 in travel.
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    Ehh, teach me to post late at night... if I redeem 25,000 points, I only get a $250 airline ticket.
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