Examples of Grocery Stores, not including Walmart® and Target® purchases:
Examples of Drugstore merchants and qualifying purchases:
Question number 1Q. What types of merchants are in the Chase Freedom Grocery store category that does not include Walmart® and Target® purchases?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants in the Chase Freedom Grocery stores category that does not include Walmart® and Target® purchases, includes supermarkets as well as smaller grocery stores. Please note that some merchants that sell grocery items are not included in this category; for example, larger stores that sell a wide variety of goods, such as Target®, Walmart®, discount stores, warehouse clubs, and some smaller merchants such as drugstores and merchants that specialize in only a few grocery items. In addition, please note that purchases made at gas stations operated by merchants who also operate grocery stores are not included in this category.to footnote*
Question number 1Q. What types of merchants are in the ‘drugstores’ category?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants in the drugstores category specialize in selling prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines, supplements and various health-related items. These merchants may also sell cosmetics, toiletries, greeting cards, and various household items such as cleaning supplies and packaged foods and drinks. Please note that some merchants that sell a wide variety of goods including these items, and which may contain an onsite pharmacy, for example, warehouse clubs, discount stores, or grocery stores, are not included in this category.to footnote*
* For more information, please see Chase Freedom opens new windowFrequently Asked Questions.
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