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.
More on Chase
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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