Best Chase Credit Cards for Groceries
Chase has issued a few credit cards that you can use to earn rewards when shopping for groceries. By using a cash back credit card, you can save a few percentage on the total bill and cut down your expenditure on groceries. The following are the 4 best Chase credit cards for groceries.
1. Chase Freedom
Chase Freedom offers 5% cash back when you spend money in the bonus categories that you activate in each quarter. The spending limit is $1,500 per quarter. In the years past, they have always included grocery as one of the bonus categories. All other purchases you make qualify for unlimited 1% cash back. When you spend $500 in the first 3 months, they will credit $150 cash back as signup bonus in your account. The signup bonus is available to newbies only. The card also include a 15 months zero percentage intro period, after which a variable APR in the range of 16.49% – 25.24% will be charged.
2. Chase Freedom Unlimited
Chase Freedom Unlimited offers a flat 1.5% cash back on everything that you purchase. You can use this card to pay for your groceries every time and build up your rewards. You don’t have to go to the customer service to redeem the 1.5% cash back as it is automatically credited into your account. Just like Chase Freedom, it comes with a 15 months 0% APR intro period and a $150 signup bonus when you spend $500 in 3 months. You can receive a $100 cash back from each person that you successfully refer.
3. Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card
Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card by Chase offers 3% cash back for all your purchases at Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market. In addition, you can earn 2% cash back when you use your card to pay for your dining bill, pharmacy and pump has at a local petrol station. Using your card to pay for other purchases will also give you 1% cash back. If you are a new card member, you will receive a $50 gift card which you can use to purchase merchandise at Amazon.com for free for up to the card value. The card charges a variable APR in the range of 15.74% – 23.74%.
4. Chase Slate
Chase Slate is a 15 months zero percent balance transfer card. Chase Slate does not offer any cash back or signup bonus program. When the 15 months zero percent intro period ends, they will charge you a variable interest from 16.49% – 25.24%. With this card, you can keep track of your FICO score. There is no annual fee and penalty APR fee.