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Chase Freedom 10/10

I am confuse about teh Chase Freedom 10/10. Can anyone explain how this work?

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From Re: Chase Freedom 10/10

From my understanding, if you have the Chase Freedom card and a Chase Total Checking account, you get:

 

10 bonus points for every transaction on your Chase Freedom and a 10% bonus on the points for that transaction.

 

I'm not sure if the 10 bonus points are included when calculating the bonus.

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