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Select Chase Freedom/Freedom Flex Cardholders: Gas Stations, Car Rental & More: Earn

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Chase is offering select Chase Freedom/Freedom Flex Cardholders: 5% Back on Qualifying Purchases at Gas Stations, Car Rental Agencies, Movie Theaters and on Select Live Entertainment from July 1 through September 30, 2022 when you activate the offer on your qualifying card.

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Note, must enter your info on the promotion page to activate your 5% on your qualifying card. You may earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases in bonus categories each quarter (on each eligible account).

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  • About this deal:
    • You must activate your 5% cash back by September 14, 2022 and use your card between July 1 - September 30, 2022 in the bonus categories to earn bonus cash back.
    • You'll earn unlimited 1% cash back on all purchases. In addition, you'll earn 4% cash back on up to $1,500 spent in combined purchases in the bonus categories from July 1 - September 30, 2022. That's a total of 5% cash back, which means you can earn up to $75 cash back ($15 cash back plus your $60 bonus cash back).
    • More info for Chase Freedom cardholders here and bonus category merchant list here.
    • More info for Chase Freedom Flex cardholders here and bonus category merchant list here.
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion. -StrawMan86
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The Chase Freedom Flex and Chase Freedom 5% bonus categories for Q3 2022 are gas stations, rental car agencies, movie theaters, and select live entertainment
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Bob1001 asked this question on 06-16-2022 at 02:59 PM
06-22-2022 at 10:29 AM
Costco doesn't support Master Card.
06-22-2022 at 11:32 AM
Is a valid question I would like to know... I have the Visa version of this Card.
07-05-2022 at 06:49 PM
Last year in the Q2 Costco gas purchases earned 5% cash back. I do not know about this year.

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Sweet I'm going to max out after one trip to the gas station!
I suspect most people using these cards would pay off every month and in an inflationary environment getting at least 5% cashback on gas and groceries while reducing discretionary spending is the right strategy.
I basically have postponed all unnecessary spending on electronics. We do not need another new phone that would become obsolete in 2 years in this environment. YMMV.
Rental car and gas bonus coming at the right time, but if you have Sapphire Preferred or Reserve it may be better to use them for rental cars for the additional primary insurance protection.

Though Amex 3 off 35 is still better for gas especially with Amex BCE it would be like 10.57% back. Though 3 off 35 is limited to 5 times per card, having multiple family members helps.
Movie theaters is nice but not where I spend most of my money.
Literally there is only one single movie I wanted to watch and already watched in theater which is Top Gun Maverick.
Now I guess everyone needs another card to cover grocery spending if not already for Q3.

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Sweet I'm going to max out after one trip to the gas station!
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Rental car and gas bonus coming at the right time, but if you have Sapphire Preferred or Reserve it may be better to use them for rental cars for the additional primary insurance protection.

Though Amex 3 off 35 is still better for gas especially with Amex BCE it would be like 10.57% back. Though 3 off 35 is limited to 5 times per card, having multiple family members helps.
Movie theaters is nice but not where I spend most of my money.
Literally there is only one single movie I wanted to watch and already watched in theater which is Top Gun Maverick.
Now I guess everyone needs another card to cover grocery spending if not already for Q3.
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Rental car and gas bonus coming at the right time, but if you have Sapphire Preferred or Reserve it may be better to use them for rental cars for the additional primary insurance protection.

Though Amex 3 off 35 is still better for gas especially with Amex BCE it would be like 10.57% back. Though 3 off 35 is limited to 5 times per card, having multiple family members helps.
Movie theaters is nice but not where I spend most of my money.
Literally there is only one single movie I wanted to watch and already watched in theater which is Top Gun Maverick.
Now I guess everyone needs another card to cover grocery spending if not already for Q3.
Thor is coming out so there's that. But it's an odd category; I don't know anyone who is a die hard theater-goer. It's why all those movie theater membership programs fizzled.
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The $1500 Max is the purchased total not the cash back total, right? So max $75 back?
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Save 5% to go into debt with high interest rate environment is not very smart
I suspect most people using these cards would pay off every month and in an inflationary environment getting at least 5% cashback on gas and groceries while reducing discretionary spending is the right strategy.
I basically have postponed all unnecessary spending on electronics. We do not need another new phone that would become obsolete in 2 years in this environment. YMMV.
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The $1500 Max is the purchased total not the cash back total, right? So max $75 back?
Correct
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Sweet I'm going to max out after one trip to the gas station!
I hope you have a tanker to hold all that gas. laugh out loud
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Any clever ideas for using up this reward? I'm not planning on buying any of these things (except gas, which my wife typically buys).
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Sam's CC on gas is 10% every Sat in June.

Did you buy petroleum mutual funds when it was low 2 years ago? I sure did. 100% returns, double my $. LOL! This sector is very easy to see, understand and predict.
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Save 5% to go into debt with high interest rate environment is not very smart
Mint is your friend. I just pay off last months balance on the 15th of every month. Mint keeps an eye on the debt to income ratio for me.

Have one card with over a year of delayed interest for emergency spending. Last time it took me a few months to pay off but it does not have any interest. Once that expires I'll use it only for bonuses like the others and get a different zero interest one.

Honestly it looks like my credit history loves it. I' started out at 620 before getting into credit cards last year. Now I'm over 740. It occasionally drops a month or so then goes back up. Even during drops I get updates about limit increases and lowering interest rates on my existing cards.

I don't see what is so scary about it as long as you have some self control and a way to manage it.
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Any clever ideas for using up this reward? I'm not planning on buying any of these things (except gas, which my wife typically buys).
I'd imagine maybe getting generic gift cards from the gas station but hopefully they would register that way at the register, also maybe something like a stop&shop gas station and get a stop and shop gift card to do groceries could work too
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