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YMMV: Use Chase Freedom for Automatic bill payment and earn 10% back upto $15

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Look for an email. Not sure if it's open to all or targeted. Doesn't seem to require specific enrollment.

Earn 10% back (up to $15, issued as statement credits) when you pay bills in any of these categories with your Chase Freedom card between July 1 and August 31, 2018
  • Phone Service
  • Car insurance
  • Internet
  • Cable television
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Created 07-03-2018 at 03:51 PM by catapult83
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Got ab email from chase but no mention of extra CB

"Find the hidden rewards in your monthly bills


Make paying bills rewarding with your Chase Freedom card.
Chase Freedom logo
Enjoy the Freedom of having bills paid automatically
You're already paying monthly bills
— why not get rewarded for it?
Learn more
See how quickly your rewards add up
when you set up your Chase Freedom® card as your automatic payment
method for bills in any of these categories:*

Phone Service Car insurance Internet Cable television
Enjoy the convenience and control of having your monthly bills paid
automatically on time, every time.
It's easy to get started
Step 1
Sign in
to your service
provider's website.
Step 2
Add your card
as your primary payment method.
See how easy it is to earn rewards by using your
Chase Freedom card to pay"
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Quote from SDRebel
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Got ab email from chase but no mention of extra CB

"Find the hidden rewards in your monthly bills


Make paying bills rewarding with your Chase Freedom card.
Chase Freedom logo
Enjoy the Freedom of having bills paid automatically
You're already paying monthly bills
— why not get rewarded for it?
Learn more
See how quickly your rewards add up
when you set up your Chase Freedom® card as your automatic payment
method for bills in any of these categories:*

Phone Service Car insurance Internet Cable television
Enjoy the convenience and control of having your monthly bills paid
automatically on time, every time.
It's easy to get started
Step 1
Sign in
to your service
provider's website.
Step 2
Add your card
as your primary payment method.
See how easy it is to earn rewards by using your
Chase Freedom card to pay"
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Got $10 stmnt credit offer for Freedom card and 10% (up to $15) for my Sapphire Reserve
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I have two Freedom cards and a Sapphire Reserve. I received the 10% (up to $15) on just one of my Freedoms. I paid $150 on my outstanding auto insurance on both my Freedoms just to see what happens.
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Nothing here for Freedom, just the quarterly 5% offers.
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I have two Freedom cards and a Sapphire Reserve. I received the 10% (up to $15) on just one of my Freedoms. I paid $150 on my outstanding auto insurance on both my Freedoms just to see what happens.
Emails?
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I'm trying to figure out if I could just prepay a bill to get the full amount or if it has to be autopay. Does anyone know for sure?
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I'm trying to figure out if I could just prepay a bill to get the full amount or if it has to be autopay. Does anyone know for sure?
I don't see how they would know the difference. And it's only from July to August, so you could be automatically paying quarterly or something. I paid $150 toward cell.

Got offer on one Freedom card of the 10% up to $15.

Email titled: "It pays to pay bills with your card"
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I don't see how they would know the difference. And it's only from July to August, so you could be automatically paying quarterly or something. I paid $150 toward cell.

Got offer on one Freedom card of the 10% up to $15.

Email titled: "It pays to pay bills with your card"
They can tell if it's a standard payment or an autopayment. That's why I want to know for sure before doing it. The email specifically says autopayment though Frown
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They can tell if it's a standard payment or an autopayment. That's why I want to know for sure before doing it. The email specifically says autopayment though https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
How can they tell? They see a charge from the same merchant. I don't think they can tell.
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How can they tell? They see a charge from the same merchant. I don't think they can tell.
https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ta...ain-bills/

check out Chris's comment he said:

For those asking whether or not Chase can determine whether a payment is made as part of an automated payment run or not, the answer is yes they can.
Whether they choose to differentiate in this instance or not is a very different question.
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https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ta...ain-bills/ [doctorofcredit.com]

check out Chris's comment he said:

For those asking whether or not Chase can determine whether a payment is made as part of an automated payment run or not, the answer is yes they can.
Whether they choose to differentiate in this instance or not is a very different question.
Some guys random comment? Not convincing to me.

It would make sense if somehow the actual merchant that makes the charge differs for autopay and regular pay people, which I doubt is the case for most major providers that process their own payments.

I guess we'll see, not a big deal either way.
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My $15 credit posted today!
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