Enroll in Chase Freedom’s Q2 Bonus: 5% Cash Back at Grocery Stores and Drugstores

Mar 15, 2017

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Beginning today, you can enroll in the Chase Freedom’s second-quarter bonus. With the latest rotating bonus category, you can earn 5% cash back (or 5x Ultimate Rewards points) through June 30, 2017, for purchases at grocery stores and drugstores. As always, remember that you’ll only earn the 5% cash back or 5x points on up to $1,500 in combined purchases.

Note that you must enroll in order to take advantage of the bonus earning at grocery stores and drugstores for this quarter’s bonus. You can do so on Chase’s website by entering the primary cardholder’s last name, the last four digits of the credit card and the billing ZIP code.

Note that purchases at Target and Walmart are not eligible for the 5% cash back or 5x points bonus. There’s an extensive list of merchants that are and aren’t eligible for this bonus, and you can find that on Chase’s website.

You must enroll in the second-quarter bonus by June 14 in order to take advantage. If you don’t yet have the Freedom, there’s still time to sign up and take advantage of this grocery store and drugstore bonus. The card currently comes with a sign-up bonus of $150 (or 15,000 points) after you spend $500 in the first three months. With the card, you’ll get 5% cash back (or 5x points) on rotating categories every quarter and 1% cash back (or 1x points) on all other purchases. If you already have the card, be sure to enroll in this quarter’s bonus by June 14.

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