One of the most popular Chase cards, the Sapphire Preferred, has a new public offer of 80,000 Ultimate Rewards points. We have previously seen this as a targeted offer earlier in the year, but now it is available for everyone.
Both the Chase Freedom Flex and the old Freedom card have the same rotating 5% quarterly categories, and now we know where we can earn that rate for the 4th quarter.
The card is live for applications and available as an option for product changing other cards. There are some unexpected details however, that contradict what Chase's media team has been saying so far.
Chase has just announced their third quarter bonus categories for the Freedom card and they're pretty good. Find out the details plus how I plan to max out the $1,500 in quarterly 5X spend on each of my Freedom cards.
The information received so far says that you will only be able to have one Freedom Flex card and product changing to it will be very limited.
Chase has announced new limited time perks that are coming to Marriott Bonvoy cards. Cardholders will earn 10X on purchases at gas stations and restaurants, including deliveries.
Is the Freedom Flex the end of the Chase Sapphire cards? Will it be the annual fee killer that people are suggesting?