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If i pay my college tuition fee with chase freedom, can i get $100 bonus
Recently I got a chase freedom credit card and they have an offer of $100 for spend $500 within first three months. If i pay my college tuition fees to spend $500. Am i eligible for this bonus.

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yes...I put 6k on mine (capital one and bank of america credit card)....why take out student loans and get charged interest when I can get paid $300+ to put on a credit card my senior year

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it was the quicksilver which offers $100 cashback and cashrewards card which offers $100 CB

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Unless you can pay them off immediately, the interest  rate on Credit Card will be much much higher than student loan rates...Ont he other hand student loans are not dischargable in bk while credit card debt can be...

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