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Last Chance to Save 5% on Groceries with Chase Freedom

With inflation soaring, many consumers are looking to save money any way they can. Chase hopes to help money-conscious consumers by reminding them to take advantage of their Freedom Q1 cash back bonus categories groceries and eBay while they can.

Last Call on Chase’s Q1 5% Back Categories

If you are looking to stock up on food, cleaning supplies, or anything else from your local grocery store, make sure you have your Chase Freedom Flex card in your wallet.

Chase is reminding Freedom (no longer accepting new applications) and Freedom Flex cardmembers to take advantage of 5% back on groceries through the end of March. Eligible Chase Freedom cardmembers earn 5% cash back, up to $1,500 in purchases, when they hit the grocery store to stock up on supplies needed to kick off spring cleaning season – or simply stock the shelves.

That 5% back on groceries is in addition to the 5% back eligible Freedom cardmembers earn on travel purchased through Chase’s Ultimate Rewards, 3% back on dining and drugstores, and 1% back on all other purchases.

Chase Freedom Q2 2020 5% Back Categories Announced

Chase also recently announced the 5% cash back categories for Q2 2022. From April 1 through June 30, 2022, eligible Chase Freedom cardmembers earn 5% back on Amazxon.com purchases and select streaming services. The streaming 5% back bonus applies to the following services:  Apple Music, Apple TV, Disney+, ESPN+, Fubo TV, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Pandora, Paramount+, Peacock, Showtime, SiriusXM, Sling, Spotify, YouTube Premium, YouTube TV, and Vudu.

Chase Freedom cardmembers can now log in to their Chase account and activate their Q2 bonus categories.

Related Article: Chase, Discover, & Citi 2022 5% Cash Back Calendars

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