Each quarter I put together a list of the 5% cash back on rotating categories. To help you plan big purchases and even buy gift cards when they earn the most cash back, it’s important to look at the cash back categories for the entire year.
If you have flexibility with the timing of your purchases and you know the purchase category will be on the list for a future quarter, you might want to hold off on your purchases until you can get 5% cash back.
Here is the Chase Freedom cash back calendar for 2017.
2017 Chase Freedom Rewards Calendar
Gas Stations Local Commuter Transportation
Grocery Stores (Excluding Target and Walmart) Drugstores
Restaurants Movie Theaters
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Cash Back Limits. The 5% cash back is for spending up to $1,500 each quarter in the bonus categories.
Activation. Even though the Chase Freedom 2017 calendar is available in advance, you have to wait to enroll each quarter. Enrollment for each bonus category starts on the 15th of the month prior to the new quarter. For example, for 2nd quarter, you can sign up for the 5% cash back beginning on March 15.
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