Chase Month of More Returns

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Last updated on November 15th, 2022

Chase’s Month of More is back. Running until November 30, 2022, Chase Freedom cardmembers can enjoy even greater redemption value in Chase Ultimate Rewards – just in time for holiday shopping.

Chase Month of More Promotion Returns

Chase’s Month of More promotion is back for November 2022. The popular promotion provides additional value for eligible Chase Freedom family card members. This edition of the promotion runs from November 1 to 30, 2022.

Thanks to Month of More, eligible Chase cardmembers can be savvy spenders by earning more cash back and value when redeeming rewards for gift cards and products at their favorite stores. The promotion includes major names like Apple, Nike, Kohl’s, Lululemon, Gap, and more.

Here are some of the great deals Chase Freedom cardmembers can expect from Chase Month of More:

  • Apple Redemptions: 10% extra value when redeeming cash back on the Apple Ultimate Rewards store (runs 10/15 – 11/30)
  • Gift Card Redemptions: 10% off when redeeming cash back for select gift cards
  • Shop Through Chase: Various offers above 5% bonus cash back from select stores

One big letdown from this installment of Month of More is the lack of additional cash back with Chase Dining. The last installment gave eligible cardholders 10% back on Chase Dining purchases. Fortunately, the 10% more value with Apple remains.

Eligible Chase Freedom Cards

The following Chase Freedom cards are eligible for the Month of More promotion:

Terms & Conditions

Limited-Time Offer for Chase Freedom®, Chase Freedom Flex℠, Chase Freedom® Student, and Chase Freedom Unlimited® cardmembers: From 11/01/2022 – 11/30/2022, each point you redeem for Apple® merchandise in the Apple® Ultimate Rewards® Store is worth $0.0110, which means that 100 points equals $1.10 in redemption value. If you choose to use points and your Chase Freedom®, Chase Freedom Flex℠, Chase Freedom® Student, or Chase Freedom Unlimited® credit card to pay for your purchase, your credit card will be charged the full remaining dollar amount. For example, if you choose to buy Apple merchandise at $120 at $1.10 redemption value you would use 5,455 points and your credit card would be billed $60.

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