Q2 2023 Quarterly Bonus Categories for Chase, Citi, Discover and US Bank


All Chase, Citi, Discover and Citibank cards with rotating quarterly categories have now opened registration for Q2 2023.

Here’s the details of each card’s categories from April 1 to June 30, 2023, along with links to activate the bonuses.

Chase Freedom & Freedom Flex

Bonus Categories

Bonus Amount / Limit

  • 5% cashback on up to $1,500 spend in combined purchases of this quarter’s categories

Activation link


Discover It 5% categories Q2 2023 restaurants & wholesale clubs

Bonus Categories

  • Restaurants
  • Wholesale Clubs

Bonus Amount / Limit

  • 5% cashback on up to $1,500 in purchases

Activation Link

US Bank Cash+

US Bank Cash+ Q3 2019

Bonus Categories

Choose two of the following:

  • Home Utilities
  • Electronics Stores
  • Sporting Goods Stores
  • Ground Transportation
  • TV, Internet & Streaming (this replaced Car Rentals)
  • Department Stores
  • Select Clothing Stores
  • Gyms/Fitness Centers
  • Furniture Stores
  • Cell Phones
  • Fast Food
  • Movie Theaters

Bonus Amount / Limit

  • 5% cashback on your first $2,000 in combined net purchases in your chosen 5% categories

Activation link

Citi Dividend

Bonus Categories

  • Drugstores
  • Grocery Stores

Bonus Amount / Limit

  • Earn 5% cashback with a maximum of $300 cashback earned in bonus categories per calendar year

Activation link (Note that the landing page still shows the Q4 offer, but one-click registration e-mails have been sent out to cardholders)

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Whole Foods customers now 6 months in a row bonused. That’s sweet!

Last edited 2 months ago by JustSaying

Cool, so now instead of whole paycheck it’s 95% of paycheck xD


For Chase it says Amazon Fresh orders but what about Amazon Fresh stores?


At first, I questioned why Chase Freedom provided a qualifying merchant list for Amazon.com and Lowes. But read the fine print and you’ll see that Whole Foods is included.