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Thanks to chased for posting a $350 version of the Chase Freedom card.
I posted on a $300 version yesterday, but that link died within a day. I then posted on the 60,000 point Chase Ink Bold and that link died within a few hours.
In any case, here’s the link to the $350 Chase Freedom version. If you have applied for the Chase Freedom in the last 90 days, it doesn’t hurt to send Chase a secure message and ask them to match you tor the $350 version. They may not match you, but the answer is always no, if you don’t ask.
I wasn’t initially matched to the 60,000 Chase Ink Bold (now dead), but managed to get matched after calling the number on the back of the card.
Emily signed up for the $300 Chase Freedom in November, but is unlikely to get matched since it is more than 90 days since she applied for the card.
As always, I’ve updated the links in the Bank Points Credit Card tabs as soon as I found out a few minutes ago, so that they always list the best offers which I can find.
The Chase Freedom is a great supplement to the Chase Sapphire Preferred since you can earn 5X points in certain revolving categories and transfer it to airline or hotels or even get cash back. There’s no annual fee which makes it a great card to keep for years.
If you do apply, please take a screen shot (just in case). Good luck!
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