The Chase Ink Preferred card is offering 80,000 bonus points. The bonus points are worth $800 in cash or $1000 in travel.
The preferred card is the newest version in a line of Chase Ink business credit cards. It earns 3% cash back on various categories; more if you redeem your points for travel.
The bonus is our Free Money Friday offer this week.
How to Get Your $800-$1,000 Sign Up Bonus
- Open a new Chase Ink Preferred business card.
- Spend $5,000 within 3 months after account opening.
- Earn 80,000 bonus points.
- Redeem the points for $800 or $1,000 towards travel.
Terms and Conditions
- $95 annual fee.
- No foreign transaction fees.
- To be eligible for this bonus offer, account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment.
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Earning Points. Earn 3 points per dollar on travel, shipping, internet, cable, phone services and advertising. 3 points per dollar is limited to the first $150,000 spent each anniversary year. All other purchases earn 1 point.
Redeeming Points. You will earn points in the form of ultimate rewards. You can redeem 80,000 points for $800 in cash back. If you redeem your points for travel, you’ll earn a 25% bonus for $1,000 in travel. Check out the Best Way to Maximize Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for the best redemption options.
Business Card. This is a business credit card. Don’t forget you can use your SSN and name on the application to open a business card as a sole proprietor, even if you do not have a business corporation or EIN. If you are a regular reader who enjoys making money on the side, chances are you have a small business of some sort.
Chase 5/24 Rule. The Chase Ink Preferred card is subject to the 5/24 rule. Chase will not approve you for another Chase card if you’ve opened 5 new cards in the last two years with any issuer (not just Chase).
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