Newest Chase Promotions, Bonuses, Offers and Coupons: August 2022

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Getting free money is easier than you might think. One way is by cashing in on bank account sign-up bonuses, such as those offered at Chase. You can earn hundreds of dollars, which you can use to jump-start or boost your savings balance.

If you’ve been considering opening an account at Chase, now may be a good time to check out the bank’s current offers. Read on to explore Chase’s promotions for August 2022.

Checking Account Promotions

If you’re a student, a business owner or just in the market for a new checking account bonus, Chase has something for you.

Chase Secure Banking Offer: $100 Bonus

Chase Secure Banking’s settings mean you won’t overdraw your account, meaning you’ll save big if you typically end up paying overdraft fees. It comes with a monthly fee of $4.95, but there are no check-cashing fees, no fees on money orders or cashier’s checks and no fees to pay bills through Chase Online Bill Pay or to send money through Zelle.

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Chase Total Checking: $200 Bonus

Signing up for a new Chase Total Checking account can net you a $200 bonus through mid-July. Read on for the full picture:

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Chase College Checking: $100 Bonus

College students between the ages of 17 and 24 will want to check out this offer, which gives a free C-note for opening a new student checking account. Get the details:

Credit Card Promotions

Chase is known for its credit cards, so read on for the best offers for new cardholders, plus ways you can boost your bonus by referring friends.

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Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card: ($1,000 Value)

The Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card lets you earn double points on dining, grocery store and travel purchases. Redeem the points for travel to get 25% more value, or use them as a statement credit to reduce your balance. New cardholders get even more: 80,000 bonus points if they meet spending requirements. Here’s more:

Chase Freedom Flex: ($200 Value)

This card offers cash back varying by category. Chase Freedom Flex has 5% cash back up to $1,500 on rotating quarterly categories, plus 5% cash back on travel booked through Chase, 3% cash back on dining and drugstores and 1.5% cash back on all other purchases. Additionally, this card offers no annual fee and offer a 0% introductory APR on purchases for the first 15 months.

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The low spend to receive the bonus could be worth exploring if you’re in the market for a new credit card.

Chase Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card: 75,000 Bonus Points ($750 Value)

The Chase Ink Business Unlimited credit card lets you earn 1.5% cash-back rewards on purchases. Redeem the rewards for cash back, travel and gift cards. Build your rewards balance faster with complimentary employee cards and enjoy zero liability protection. New customers can receive $750 cash back, plus 0% APR on purchases for the first 12 months. Here’s how:

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Chase Ink Business Cash Credit Card: 75,000 Bonus Points ($750 Value)

With the Chase Ink Business Cash credit card, you’ll earn up to 5% cash back on purchases made in select categories. The card has no annual fee and comes with free employee cards. New account holders also can qualify for a bonus worth $750 and 0% APR on purchases for the first 12 months. Here’s how:

Chase Refer-A-Friend: Up To $500 Bonus

If you’re already a Chase customer, you can earn extra cash by referring others to open an account. You don’t need any Chase coupons, but you do need to sign up to receive a referral link to share with your friends and family members. You can earn $50 for each qualifying referral — up to $500 per year. Here’s more.

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Is Chase the Right Bank for You?

Chase bonuses can be lucrative if you meet the qualifications to open an account and earn the bonus. But that shouldn’t be the only reason you open an account. It’s more important to find a bank that offers products and services that meet your financial needs. Chase is a large, national bank with plenty of branches and convenient ATMs. If you can meet the requirements to avoid hefty fees, it may be worth a second look at what Chase offers.

Jared Nigro contributed to the reporting for this article.

Information on promotions is accurate as of August 26, 2022. Additional requirements may apply. Offers and terms are subject to change.

This article has been updated with additional reporting since its original publication.

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