Chase Freedom $50 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Kate on December 11, 2009
The Chase Freedom $50 bonus has expired but the Chase Sapphire card now has a $100 signup bonus!

This week the popular Chase Freedom credit card is offering another great reason to become a cardholder: a $50 sign-up bonus. It’s our Free Money Friday offer this week!

How to Get Your Sign Up Bonus

  1. Register for the Chase Freedom card. Keep in mind that only first-time card members with new accounts are eligible for the sign-up bonus.
  2. Use your card. This can mean making a purchase, making a balance transfer or checks that are used to access your account but it does not include cash advances.
  3. 6-8 weeks after you first use your card, you will receive bonus points worth $50. You can then redeem them for a check.

Chase Terms and Conditions

  • 0% Intro APR – The length of your introductory period will be either 12 billing cycles from account opening for purchases or 6 billing cycles from account opening for purchases.
  • Quarterly Cash Back Bonus – You will be eligible for quarterly bonus rewards offers as long as your account is in good standing and your statements are sent to a US address.


Zero Liability Protection. For US-issued cards, Chase reimburses users for any unauthorized card transactions made at stores, ATMs, on the phone or online when reported promptly.

Cash Back. The Chase Freedom card offers 1% cash back on all purchases as well as the opportunity to earn 3% cash back in rotating categories on a quarterly basis. If you time some of your purchases right, this can be a great addition to a cash back strategy. Also, you can earn additional points/cash through a travel booking system that Chase has. And, there is no maximum number of rebates that you can accumulate in the program.

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