Hurry! 6 Days Left to Get 20,000 Points ($200 Cash Back) on the Chase Freedom Card!

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You can get 20,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points or $200 cash back on the Chase Freedom card after spending $500 in the 1st 3 months.  But you have to hurry because this offer ends June 30, 2014!

Normally, the sign-up bonus is 10,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points or $100 cash back.  So this is a good deal!

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The Chase Freedom is 1 of my favorite cards to keep for a long time because it has no annual fee.  So you can build a long relationship with Chase (which has the best miles and points cards) and also build your credit score.

Each quarter, there are different bonus categories, so you can earn an additional $300 cash back or 30,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points a year (7,500 Chase Ultimate Rewards points per quarter X 4 quarters in a year) IF you spend $1,500 in each quarterly bonus category.

For this quarter (until June 30, 2014), the bonus spending categories are restaurants and Lowe’s home improvement stores.  You can activate next quarter’s bonus categories for shopping at gas stations and Kohl’s department stores.

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You can redeem the points earned for cash back (5% cash back isn’t too shabby and some folks prefer cash back).

Or you can transfer the Chase Ultimate Rewards points to the Chase Sapphire Preferred, (no longer offered) Chase Ink Bold, or Chase Ink Plus cards and from there to certain airline or hotel partners such as Hyatt, Southwest, British Airways, or United Airlines.

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points from the Chase Freedom to a card which allows you to transfer them to certain hotels and airlines!

Bottom Line

You can get 20,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points or $200 cash back on the Chase Freedom card after you spend $500 in the 1st 3 months.  This offer ends June 30, 2014!

Usually, the sign-up bonus is 10,000 points, so this is a very good deal!

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10 responses to “Hurry! 6 Days Left to Get 20,000 Points ($200 Cash Back) on the Chase Freedom Card!

  1. Got the email yesterday: cards are in the mail! I’m sure this is true (still new to the game) but you don’t have to complete the $500 spending before 6/20, just have the application approved, right?

  2. Stephen, that’s correct. You dont’ have to spend $500 before 06/30 – just spend that within 3 months of your account opening, you are good!

  3. I have a question about converting a current Chase card – let’s say a Southwest card – to another – let’s say a Sapphire preferred. Obviously when you do this you don’t get the point bonus that you’d get for opening up an entirely new Sapphire account. But do you avoid the credit inquiry / hit that you’d get if you were to open up a brand new account (instead of converting the existing one)? Thanks!

  4. I have the card like 3-4 years ago. Can I reapply for it?

  5. Are you still able to refer the Chase Freedom Card for 5000 referral points. If so how do you go about making the referral. Thanks

  6. I have 2 southwest cards, a Hyatt and a Marriott..4 cards total from Chase. Should I cancel any b4 applying for this awesome deal?

    • @Stephen – That’s correct. Congrats!

      @ John – Converting usually avoids the credit inquiry, but you don’t get the bonus.

      @alex – The terms suggest that you can.

      @ Holly – I can’t comment specifically, but many folks have more than 2 Chase cards.

  7. Captian Hooks

    Does anyone have 2 freedom cards to double up on the 5x bonuses such as gas for those of us with long commutes?

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