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This promotion has ended, however, you can check out the Current Chase Quarterly Bonus promo.
You can now register to activate your 5% bonus category earning with your Chase Freedom®. This quarter’s categories are department stores, wholesale clubs, and payments made using Chase Pay. The 5% bonus only applies to the first $1,500 spent at participating categories, which will earn you $75 in cashback (7,500 Ultimate Rewards).
- You need to activate your bonus by December 14, 2018
- Promotion runs from October 1, through December 31, 2018
- Earn 5% cashback on the first $1,500 of spend, earn 1% after that
- Promotion is valid at department stores and wholesale clubs
- Promotion is also valid on payments made using Chase Pay associated with your Freedom Card
Chase Pay Payments
This quarter, the inclusion of Chase Pay as a bonus category adds a lot more flexibility to your ability to earn 5% back. From restaurants to gas stations if you can use Chase pay you can earn 5% back. With so much flexibility, take stock of your card inventory and which categories earn the most with which cards. Leverage Chase Pay when you'd otherwise not earn any other bonus.
How To Activate 5% Cashback
To activate your 5% cashback, all you need to do is head over to the Chase Activation page and enter your last name, your zip code, and the last four digits of your card, and you are done.
Not everyone shops at department stores or wholesale clubs, which would have made this particular quarterly bonus less than ideal. Fortunately, Chase Pay came to the rescue and means you can earn 5% back on anything that you buy and pay using Chase Pay. With this level of flexibility, there is no excuse for not maximizing your earnings this quarter.
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