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May 14, 2019

Chase Freedom: $150 Sign Up Bonus + Get up to 5% Cash Back

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In all the years I've had credit cards, the Chase Freedom Credit Card has been the best to own.  The rewards are amazing and I have found it very easy to "pay myself back" just by using the card every chance I can!

Right now, Chase Freedom is offering a really awesome deal, including a $150 sign-up bonus when you spend $500 on your card in the first 3 months.  It's so easy to do just paying for groceries or household bills.  PLUS the 5% cash back bonus for this quarter thru June is on Grocery Stores (excluding Walmart and Target) and Home Improvement Store purchases. 

Oh and I also wanted to mention that you'll get unlimited 1% cash back on all other purchases, 0% introductory APR for 15 months on purchases and no annual fee!!!  Love it!

So if you apply & get approved for the Chase Freedom credit card, make sure to activate the quarterly bonus to earn up to 5% cash back on your grocery and home improvement store purchases this quarter.  And if you are a new cardmember, don't forget that $150 cash bonus for spending $500 or more in the first 3 months!  With 0% interest!  Have I convinced you yet?! 

Take a look at the amount of cash I have redeemed using this card in my first 2 and a half years of owning the card - a grand total of $762.53!  That's a lot of earnings for using credit!

Disclaimer:  I will be compensated through the refer a friend program if you sign up through my referral link.  This also allows you to earn the $150 bonus and other perks from their program.  Chase has not asked me nor did they endorse this post.  I really hope to bring this great earnings opportunity to the attention of my readers.  Please read & understand all terms before applying.  I tried to explain what they have available however terms can change or an individual may not qualify based on their credit history.

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