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Deadline 12/14/2015! Special Offer to Get 10% Rewards on Chase Freedom and Amazon Purchases

If you enjoy Chase Freedom credit card rebate points like I do, then be sure that you sign up TODAY for your 10% cash back rewards through 12/31/2015.

The deadline is December 14th for this extra cash back offer.

(And even if you are reading this after December 14th, 2015, use it as a reminder to check your Chase Freedom Cash Back status.
There are plenty of juicy deals for the basic 5% to take advantage of before the end of the year.)   



The 10% cash back reward points offer is available at certain retailers like Amazon.com, Zappos.com, Audible.com and Diapers.com.
You do have to sign up for the 4th Quarter Cash back offer -- it only takes a few seconds.   

I used the offer to buy that final Christmas gift from Amazon for a 15-year-old boy.  A Kona waterproof bag for his beloved new IPhone 6.  Pretty cool, no? 

KONA Waterproof BagDiscounted down to $14.00 from $32.00 with great reviews re: being as reliably waterproof as possible.   It's definitely a Juicy Enough Life choice -- low cost for something that I think will bring him more wonderful experiences.  He can even take photos through the case, according to the reviewers. 

Of course, you only want to do this if you can pay the entire amount off at the end of the billing cycle.  Otherwise, it's a waste of time, because you haven't saved a penny! 



Jonathan gives you all the details here at My Money Blog  and Nerd Wallet covers the offer as well here 10% Cash Back Offer from Chase.


Disclaimer - I do not receive any promotional dollars from Amazon or Chase Credit Cards. . 




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