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Chase Freedom Flex℠ vs. Bank of America® Customized Cash Rewards
Choose between a rotating-bonus-category card or a tiered-rewards card.
Which card wins?
It’s a little tough to compare these cards directly since their reward structures are quite different. Which you choose will ultimately come down to your spending habits. At the moment, the Chase card is a safer pick if you frequently shop at grocery stores since you can benefit from the 5% grocery category up to the cap during your first year. You also earn 5% back on Lyft rides until March 31, 2022. This is on top of the other 5% categories that rotate each quarter.
On the other hand, the Bank of America card may offer a long-term value because of its constant 3% cashback rate on select categories beyond the first year of card membership. But with the frequent reward program changes, there’s no guarantee that the long-term value will hold.
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