Chase Freedom Offering 5% Back on Lyft

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Holiday shopping and gift-giving can significantly dent personal or family finances. To start the new year on the right foot, Chase is advising eligible customers to take advantage of the great benefits Chase Freedom has to offer – including excellent cash back rewards on every purchase!

Chase Offering 5% Back on Lyft

Chase Freedom Flex and Chase Freedom Unlimited are currently offering cardmembers 5% cash back on Lyft rides through March 2022. For those who depend on rideshare throughout the year, including to-and-from holiday parties, that’s an impressive saving that is tough to beat.

Additionally, eligible Freedom family cardmembers can turn into savvy spenders by using their Chase Freedom Unlimited and Flex credit cards to earn 5% cash back on travel purchased through Chase’s Ultimate Rewards portal and 3% cash back on both dining and drugstore purchases.

Everyday Savings This Holiday Season

Chase’s Freedom cards also provide everyday value this holiday season. For example, Freedom Flex cardmembers enjoy 5% cash back on the first $1,500 in spending on Walmart and PayPal through December 31. The deadline for activating the Q4 5% back categories is December 14.

The Freedom Unlimited also earns 5% back on travel through Ultimate Rewards, plus 3% cash back on both dining and drugstore purchases. Plus, whichever card you use – you earn cash back on everyday spending: 1.5% on Freedom Unlimited and 1% on Freedom Flex. Cardmembers can also save at top merchants by taking advantage of Chase Offers – cardmembers can find personalized offers by visiting the Chase Mobile app or on

As mentioned earlier this week, Chase cardmembers are also running out of time to take advantage of Chase’s special Pay Yourself Back promotion. Cardmembers enjoy 10% more value when they redeem rewards for wholesale club and department store purchases through Pay Yourself Back (up to $500, through the end of 2021).

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