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Chase Credit Card: $300 cash back after spending $500 in 3 months

$300 CB
Expires: 01/10/12
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mnvikings11
Jan 11, 2012
Offer is no longer available
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mnvikings11
Jan 01, 2012
I hope I can get this offer.
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lxixzx
Dec 27, 2011
This really a good deal. I get a similar offer which you get $200 cash back after spending $500 in first 3 months and $1500 in first 6 months. So this is really a great deal for who want to apply credit card. But it really unfair to the old customer right? : )
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rjmaerz
Dec 02, 2011
New customers only. Read the fine print.
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dave940
Dec 01, 2011
This looks like an application for a Chase Freedom card... but there's a "shortcut" for current "online Chase customers". Is this a new variation on the Chase Freedom card for current Chase Freedom customers? I have only had a Chase Freedom card for one month because my old Chase Marathon credit card was converted into a Freedom card.
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toast
Dec 01, 2011
Unfortunately for us existing members, I don't think we'll be getting any of these perks. Same goes for most other card offers too. These are just incentives for non-customers to get them to convert to new customers.

Though, if you spend $3000 at or between Target.com on Dec. 5, and Overstock.com on Dec. 12, you can get the $300 that way through their 10% bonus cashback for those two stores.
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ddilworth
Dec 01, 2011
This works great! I did this last year to help pay for half of my new laptop. The check comes sooner than they say too.
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horrorfreakshow
Dec 01, 2011
They probably wont approve you i think they just want your financial information for free.
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bigwinw
Dec 01, 2011
I was approved :)
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Janniesue51
Dec 01, 2011
I did this last year, and they do honor what they say! well worth the card! Also, get credits from buying certain stuff, I've racked in maybe $20 to $30 checks back from them probably 5 or 6 times this year. I just paid with the credit card instead of my checking or cash for groceries and gas mainly!
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