Examples of Wholesale Club merchants and qualifying purchases (Please check with your local Wholesale Clubs to see if your Chase Freedom card is accepted):
Common Questions about categories /merchants
Question number 1Q. What types of merchants are in the Restaurants category?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants in the restaurants category are merchants whose primary business is sit-down or eat-in dining, including fast food restaurants as well as fine dining establishments. Please note that some merchants that sell food and drinks located within larger merchants such as sports stadiums, hotels and casinos, theme parks, grocery and department stores will not be included in this category unless the merchant has set up such purchases to be classified in a restaurant category.
Question number 1Q. What types of merchants are in the Wholesale Clubs category?
Answer to question number 1A. Typically these merchants operate warehouse-style retail stores, sell in bulk, and concentrate on price appeal. Merchants sell a full range of household goods and merchandise, groceries, furniture, electronics, appliances, and auto supplies. These merchants may or may not have membership requirements. Specialty wholesale merchants and distributors like National Wholesale Liquidators and Wood Floors Plus Wholesale are not included. Check with your local wholesale clubs to see if your Chase Freedom card is accepted.*
* Does not include gas, fuel, wholesale club specialty service purchases such as travel, insurance, cell phone and home improvement. Check with your local wholesale clubs to see if your Chase Freedom card is accepted.
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