Reminder: One Day Left to Activate 5% Cash Back at Restaurants

Jun 13, 2015

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here: Chase Freedom

As a reminder, Chase recently launched a sign-up bonus of 20,000 points when you spend $500 within the first three months of account opening. That is double the amount the Chase Freedom card (No longer open to new applicants) normally offers. You can earn an additional $25 when you add an authorized user and make a purchase.

Of course, one of Freedom’s most significant perks is the rolling 5% cash-back categories. Between April 1-June 30, you can receive 5% Cash Back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases at restaurants; Bed, Bath & Beyond; H&M and Overstock.com. But you have to register by tomorrow, Sunday June 14.

If you’re already a cardholder, you can register here to activate your spending bonus each quarter. Once you register, you’ll still have two more weeks to maximize that 5% cash back. Then, on Monday, you’ll be able to activate next quarter’s promotion, which gives you 5% cash back (or 5x Chase Ultimate Rewards points!) at gas stations, movie theaters, Starbucks, and more from July through September.

By taking advantage of the bonus options and utilizing one of Chase’s premium Ultimate Rewards cards, you can really benefit from all that Chase Freedom has to offer.

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