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Chase Bank Offering a Real Deal


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2019 Nov 6, 6:22pm   1,415 views  16 comments

by Malcolm   ➕follow (0)   💰tip   ignore  

No, Patrick, this is not a scam.



I'm sharing this because it is a killer deal and they have gotten creative in offering a referral bonus. I use this card all the time because it has a high cashback rewards bonus. They really do give you $200 after you spend $500.

Banks are getting so desperate, that they are literally paying people to open accounts and sign their friends up. If anyone wants to get a good deal and help out a fellow Pat.Netter then please use my referral link to apply. You do need good credit, FYI.

https://www.referyourchasecard.com/18a/HSHWYG8NF8?fbclid=IwAR2Zw6jZx-cDR0IzxqiGVWq5K3Xy0b8_Gdxc9IO_kxy6yjWjVfHpehsBT1M

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1   WookieMan   2019 Nov 6, 6:38pm  

It's a good starting point, but $200 back on a $500 spend is child's play. Sooooo many better cards out there with larger bonuses.
2   steverbeaver   2019 Nov 6, 6:53pm  

Teach us. Which ones are big boy cards?
3   BayArea   2019 Nov 6, 7:24pm  

This card is hardly worth a mention.
4   Ceffer   2019 Nov 6, 7:32pm  

APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says
I want a card that sends hot chicks to suck my dick after every purchase.

Would that be the 'blow back' card instead of the 'cash back' card?
5   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2019 Nov 6, 7:40pm  

That bank sucks. Savings rate lowest in the nation.

Wamu gives 3%
Chase 0.1%
6   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2019 Nov 6, 7:41pm  

Amex

APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says
I want a card that sends hot chicks to suck my dick after every purchase. Or just travel around with me to suck me off after every purchase.
7   WookieMan   2019 Nov 6, 8:14pm  

steverbeaver says
Teach us. Which ones are big boy cards?

Not about being a big boy. It's about playing the game. Every persons situation is different. Vastly different. Cash back on a spend isn't always the best option. Points, benefits, etc. vary greatly. It's not a knock either. Take $200 where you can get it, kudos to anyone that does as long as they aren't paying interest.
8   WookieMan   2019 Nov 6, 8:24pm  

Sorry, cut the comment short. There are a ton of details needed. Local airport. Work. Salary. Expense reports or company card. I don't want any of this info from Patnet users by the way, but to play the the CC game, it does take some work. There are plenty of sites that lay it all out though.

All I'll say is anyway you can get a Companion Pass if you're near a Southwest hub, you can make bank if you have the free time. I have a spreadsheet and this year I booked $8,000+ in airfare for free (international fees are included here, but everyone has to pay that anyway and it was only 6RT tickest out of 24 total).

Throw on another card with lounge access and you can skip paying $9/beer and $18/burger if your local airport has lounges. Mine doesn't unfortunately. These usually come with high annual fees, but usually there are a bunch of credits and shit you can utilize and the annual fee is close to a wash. If you travel enough and can use lounges enough, you'll probably pay for the annual fee regardless drinking 20 beers over a year at the airport.
9   just_passing_through   2019 Nov 6, 9:02pm  

Big boy credit card:

www.youtube.com/embed/4l9nmLfFQpM

He's got some good videos about other credit cards along the lines of wookieman's criteria.
10   zzyzzx   2019 Nov 7, 7:45am  

Fortwaynemobile says
That bank sucks. Savings rate lowest in the nation.

Wamu gives 3%


WAMU is a Washington DC radio station.
11   Malcolm   2019 Nov 7, 9:03pm  

Yes, but the card is awesome. I don't bank at Chase, although I did open accounts when they had a cash incentive, then recently closed them.

Why I like this card is that you get $200 just for using it for $500 in charges. I don't need to, but since they are offering, you also get more than a free year of interest free purchases. You also get 1.5% cash back on all purchases. Use it as a statement credit, and whatever you bought for $500 just got 40% cheaper.

This is the perfect card for people who don't revolve credit, for every day type purchases and recurring bills. I use other cards, like a Chase Amazon card to get 3% back on all Amazon purchases. And for additional discounts, like at American Eagle, I use AEO's connected store Visa card, since I get 10-20% additional discounts just for using their card. It all depends on the situation, but times are changing to where stores are literally drawing people in with cash back and discounts on using their cards, or by doing other promotions through carriers like Chase. It is an interest trap for those who can't pay them off, but if you can and have good credit, the Freedom Unlimited is the way to go.

So at least check out the link that I posted. It's a real offer.
12   Malcolm   2019 Nov 7, 9:08pm  

I didn't even mention the extra benefits. They have very generous buyer protections. They do the standard collision waiver on rental cars, but they also do automatic warranty extensions and a whole bunch of stuff like free travel cancellations.

Seriously, if you qualify, you will want this one. They are doing a referral/affiliate type program, which is why I am sharing, but it is something that I chose, on my own, in comparison shopping. I'm actually a believer, as well.
13   Malcolm   2019 Nov 7, 9:09pm  

Fortwaynemobile says
I want a card that sends hot chicks to suck my dick after every purchase. Or just travel around with me to suck me off after every purchase.


Well, with the Chase Freedom Unlimited card, you can do all of that interest free for at least a year. You also get $200 back after your first $500 of debauchery.
14   WookieMan   2019 Nov 7, 9:30pm  

Malcolm says
Why I like this card is that you get $200 just for using it for $500 in charges. I don't need to, but since they are offering, you also get more than a free year of interest free purchases. You also get 1.5% cash back on all purchases. Use it as a statement credit, and whatever you bought for $500 just got 40% cheaper.

It's definitely not a bad card. My wife and I each have our own. There's just better out there. Just depends on your cashflow and making sure you can pay it off and avoid the interest. And of course your expenses. Some of the the minimum spends can seem daunting, but there's cards like this where if you have the spend, you can get $3k plus rewards in just 6 months and it's 2x points on all purchases. https://thepointsguy.com/news/capital-one-spark-miles-current-offer-pm/?utm_source=fb_boost_r&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=0_0_23844009390180662&fbclid=IwAR3amychozeeNITeJSpI9w4kYRAgmmHpFU0TfyYYltk8IB6Jcd72N-ibyls

I'm balls deep in research on this right now. Going to Europe next fall I believe and trying to set it up for free airfare over there. Specifically first class for the wife and I and the kids can sit in economy. Just did 4 hours and 20 minutes to/from San Juan, PR mid October. That's about my limit in coach/economy. Not a chance in hell I can do 9 hours to Austria like that.
15   Malcolm   2019 Nov 8, 9:26am  

BayArea says
This card is hardly worth a mention.


Just curious, do you know of a better deal?
16   steverbeaver   2019 Nov 8, 8:05pm  

Thanks for the guidance!

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