Chase recently updated the Chase Freedom Unlimited intro bonus to earning 3% on all purchases in your first cardmember year, on up to $20,000 in spend. After that, earn 1.5% everything.Read More
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Square Cash is a peer-to-peer payment app similar to Venmo, and they recently launched a new rewards program called Cash Boost.
With Cash Boost, you will receive instant cash back when you use your Cash Card at a handful of retailers, along with coffee shops. You can only select one Boost at a time, and Boosts can be swapped every 24 hours.Read More
The Chase Freedom 5% cash back categories for Q1 2019 are gas stations, tolls, and drugstores. Earn 5% on up to $1,500 in combined purchases from the categories when you activate the quarter.Read More
The Citi Dividend card is one of the most underrated cash back cards on the market, but you can’t apply for it directly. It’s a grandfathered card that is only available via product change from another Citi card.Read More
Wells Fargo recently refreshed the Propel credit card to add more benefits. The card has a historic high signup bonus worth $300, and if you have right two-card setup from Wells Fargo, it could be worth $450.Read More
The Chase Freedom earns 5x points on select rotating categories each quarter you activate. For Q3 2018 (July-September), the Chase Freedom 5x categories are gas stations, Lyft, and Walgreens.Read More