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5% categories for second quarter of 2017 (April-June):
Grocery Stores (Not Target or Walmart)
Drug Stores

There are three possibilities for how many points are earned. In the following examples, the effective rates are assuming you cash out the points for 1 cent each, but if you can transfer them to Sapphire Preferred or Ink, the effective rate could be much higher.
  • Cardholders without a Chase checking account
    1 base point per dollar for all spending. Additional 4 bonus points per dollar for spending up to $1500 in quarterly categories.
    Example 1: Spend $1 on a parking meter. Earn 1 point, an effective rate of 1%.
    Example 2: Spend $10 to refill a Metrocard in 2016 Q1. Earn 50 points, an effective rate of 5%.
    Example 3: Spend $100 to buy a Long Island Rail Road Peak Ten-Trip ticket between zones 1 and 3 in 2016 Q1. Earn 500 points, an effective rate of 5%.
    Example 4: Spend $1500 at 7-Eleven in 2016 Q1. Earn 7500 points, an effective rate of 5%.
  • Cardholders with a Chase checking account in older program
    1 base point per dollar plus 10% of the base points plus 10 points per transaction for all spending. Additional 4 bonus points per dollar for spending up to $1500 in quarterly categories.
    Example 1: Spend $1 on a parking meter. Earn 11.1 points, an effective rate of 11.1%.
    Example 2: Spend $10 to refill a Metrocard in 2016 Q1. Earn 61 points, an effective rate of 6.1%.
    Example 3: Spend $100 to buy a Long Island Rail Road Peak Ten-Trip ticket between zones 1 and 3 in 2016 Q1. Earn 520 points, an effective rate of 5.2%.
    Example 4: Spend $1500 at 7-Eleven in 2016 Q1. Earn 7660 points, an effective rate of 5.11%.
  • Cardholders with a Chase checking account in newer program
    1 base point per dollar for all spending. Additional 4 bonus points per dollar for spending up to $1500 in quarterly categories. Annual bonus of 10% of the total of base and bonus points (until February 2016).
    Example 1: Spend $1 on a parking meter. Earn 1 point on the next statement and .1 points at year's end, an effective rate of 1.1%.
    Example 2: Spend $10 to refill a Metrocard in 2016 Q1. Earn 50 points on the next statement and 5 points at year's end, an effective rate of 5.5%.
    Example 3: Spend $100 to buy a Long Island Rail Road Peak Ten-Trip ticket between zones 1 and 3 in 2016 Q1. Earn 500 points on the next statement and 50 points at year's end, an effective rate of 5.5%.
    Example 4: Spend $1500 at 7-Eleven in 2016 Q1. Earn 7500 points on the next statement and 750 points at year's end, an effective rate of 5.5%.

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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2490 on: April 03, 2017, 08:59:46 PM »
how long does it take for the march 10% tr avel bonus points to post to the account?

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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2491 on: April 03, 2017, 09:22:49 PM »
how long does it take for the march 10% tr avel bonus points to post to the account?
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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2492 on: April 13, 2017, 11:01:53 AM »
If I convert a freedom to the FU, mid billing cycle will I still get 5X on purchases made prior to the conversion ?
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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2493 on: April 13, 2017, 12:03:51 PM »
If I convert a freedom to the FU, mid billing cycle will I still get 5X on purchases made prior to the conversion ?
yes for all transactions that posted before the conversion if they post after the conversion than you will only get 1.5

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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2494 on: April 14, 2017, 01:36:12 PM »
im able to upgrade my freedom to a csr card does anyonee know if i downgrade later after im not under 5/24 if ill be able to get the signup bonus also will they clawback on the 300 credit if i downgrade the card back to the freedom?

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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2495 on: April 19, 2017, 04:35:55 PM »
Is there still a program wherein I can make bonus points for registering my checking account to my Freedom? If yes, how would I go about that? Sorry for my ignorance, I've moved away from the Freedom recently, and I was under the assumption that there was currently no checking account-holder bonus
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Re: Chase Freedom Master Thread
« Reply #2496 on: April 21, 2017, 02:51:37 AM »
Is there still a program wherein I can make bonus points for registering my checking account to my Freedom? If yes, how would I go about that? Sorry for my ignorance, I've moved away from the Freedom recently, and I was under the assumption that there was currently no checking account-holder bonus
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