04-04-2009 08:26 PM
Well first off do they still offer the card? If so what are the changes besides the AF? For their standard card they have
"Get 3% bonus cash back on gas, groceries and fast food purchases for the first six months"
Would the plus card offer these benefits after the 6 months?
04-04-2009 10:14 PM
3% on 6 of their 15 categories (Freedom has only 5 categories, when i apply it was. Heard some say only 3 categories.)
No cap limit (Freedom sets it at $600)
$30 annual fee (Freedom has no annual fee)
Anything else I'm missing?
04-05-2009 06:10 AM
04-05-2009 11:00 AM
04-05-2009 04:16 PM
I logged into my Chase Freedom Plus account and pulled these details for you:
Here is the Freedom Plus Rules & Regulations: https://chaseonline.chase.com/resources/RPC0379.pd
Rewards Program Details
With Chase Freedom PlusSM, you now have the flexibility to earn more miles, and use them to get the rewards you want.
You earn 3 miles per $1 automatically on purchases in the 6 everyday categories where you spend the most each month. There are 15 categories in all! Your spending habits may change from month to month — the triple miles you earn for them will stay the same. You also earn 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases. Here are the categories:
You have a choice when it comes to rewarding yourself. You can redeem your miles for:
With Chase Freedom Plus, you have the freedom to reward yourself the way you want to. There are no limits to the amount of rewards you can earn with Chase Freedom Plus. Switch between cash back, points, or miles and take your rewards with you. To switch, just click on the 'Switch My Rewards' link.
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