Chase Extends Pay Yourself Back, Expands to Ink and Freedom Cards
Chase has announced the extension of its popular ‘Pay Yourself Back’ feature, which was initially set to expire on September 30. Even better, Chase is expanding the feature to certain Ink and Freedom credit cards and offering several new eligible purchase categories. In this post, we cover all the details, including why we think ‘Pay Yourself Back’ is here to stay.
Chase Business Cards: Ink Preferred vs. Ink Cash vs. Ink Unlimited
Chase currently offers three rewards cards for small business owners, the Ink Cash, Ink Cash, and Ink Preferred. All three cards offer top benefits and return on spend, feature well thought out bonus categories and spending thresholds, and provide business owners the ability to earn a ton of Ultimate Rewards points on business expenses.
Activate 5% Cash Back Earnings on Your Chase Freedom Flex (and Chase Freedom) Now
You can now activate your 5% quarterly bonus category with the Chase Freedom Flex℠ and Chase Freedom®. Starting October 1, you’ll earn 5% cashback at Walmart and on PayPal purchases. But to take advantage of the promotion, you need to activate your card. Here’s how to do so.
Extract Maximum Value From Increased Freedom Unlimited Bonus
The Chase Freedom Unlimited® currently features the best offer we’ve seen to date on this card. Plus, the card is about to get a lot better with three new bonus spending categories. In this post, we illustrate how to leverage the increased offer for maximum value.
Chase Freedom Flex Now Available to New Cardholders
The Chase Freedom Flex℠ is now accepting new applications! The new card offers many of the best parts of the Chase Freedom® and the newly-improved Chase Freedom Unlimited®—including no annual fee and generous spending categories. However, the Freedom Flex comes with a unique set of benefits, from complimentary cell phone protection to savings with Lyft and Postmates.
All-Time-High 80,000 Point Bonus for Chase Sapphire Preferred
The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card has come out with an all-time-high 80,000 point welcome bonus. This card was already an AwardWallet favorite thanks to its great benefits and valuable Ultimate Rewards points, but the new offer is a huge win for anyone who doesn’t already have this card in their wallet.
New Bonus Categories for Chase Freedom Unlimited Now Active
The Chase Freedom Unlimited® has always been a great card for daily use thanks to its 1.5% cash-back earning on everything you buy. Starting on September 15, 2020, cardholders can take advantage of three new bonus categories: 5% on travel purchased through Chase, 3% on dining, and 3% on drugstore purchases.
Earning Points as a Team with the Freedom Unlimited
Chase Ultimate Rewards are the perfect type of points to earn as part of a two-person strategy. My wife, Gabriela, is just getting started with points and miles, and the Freedom Unlimited is the ideal choice for her first rewards card. In today’s post, I’ll share our strategy for earning rewards as a team—and how you can do it too.
Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to IHG Rewards With a 60% Bonus
Chase just launched its second-ever transfer bonus—the first since May 2019. For a limited time, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to IHG Rewards Club and receive 60% bonus points. But, you’re going to want to do the math before considering a transfer. Spoiler alert: this transfer bonus is a dud. Rather than transferring your points during this transfer bonus, here’s how to use your Ultimate Rewards points toward IHG stays for even more value.
Earn Up to $800 Towards Travel with the Chase Freedom Unlimited
The Freedom Unlimited has just launched a brand new offer that could be worth up to $800 towards travel. This card was already our top pick for everyday spending because it earns 5% on travel purchased through Chase, 3% on dining at restaurants and drugstores, and 1.5% on all other purchases, charges no annual fee, and rewards are dead simple to redeem. With the latest offer, now is the perfect time to apply.