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New Chase Freedom Unlimited with $150 Sign Up Bonus

Chase just rolled out a new card called the Chase Freedom Unlimited card… not to be confused with the Chase Freedom card!

It features unlimited cash back at 1.5% without any quarterly rotating categories [1].

The sign up bonus for the new card is $150. It’s our Free Money [2] Friday offer!

How to Get Your $150 Sign Up Bonus

  1. Sign up for the Chase Freedom Unlimited* card.
  2. Spend $500 within three months of opening your account.
  3. Earn 15,000 bonus points to redeem for $150 cash back.
  4. Earn $25 more when you add an authorized user (and make your first purchase) during the first three months.

*The Chase Freedom Unlimited card application link is under the cash back category in our credit card directory [3].

Chase Terms and Conditions

  • No annual fee.
  • This product is not available to either (i) current cardmembers of this credit card, or (ii) previous cardmembers of this credit card who received a new cardmember bonus for this credit card within the last 24 months.
  • Cash Back rewards never expire as long as your account is open.

More on Chase Freedom Unlimited

Earning Cash Back. The Chase Freedom Unlimited card earns 1.5% cash back on everything with no spending tiers.

Redeeming Points. Check out the Best Way to Maximize Chase Ultimate Rewards Points [4] for the best redemption options.

0% Intro Rate. The card has a 0% intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers. However balance transfers have a steep 5% fee!

Chase Freedom Unlimited vs Chase Freedom

You can still get the original Chase Freedom with a $150+ Sign Up Bonus [5]. The original card earns 5% on rotating categories [1] up to $1,500 each quarter. See the 2016 Chase Freedom Unlimited Rewards Calendar [6] for the quarterly categories.

Maxing out the 5% quarterly categories for $300 in rewards is equivalent to spending $20,000 on the Unlimited card earning 1.5%. However, if you aren’t maxing it out each quarter, you’ll need to calculate what your rewards will be under both cards and compare.