In honor of Small Business Week, Chase has upped the bonus for the Chase Ink Bold and the Chase Ink Plus to 60,000 Ultimate Reward points (up from 50,000) and upped the Chase Ink Classic from 20,000 UR points to 25,000 and raised the Chase Ink Cash from $200 back to $250 cashback. All in all, these are some nice offers that should help push you over the edge if you have been on the fence about applying for one of these Chase Business cards. I personally hold the Chase Ink Bold and the Chase Ink Plus cards and find them to be some of the best cards out there due to the category bonuses. To read more about these cards, check these previous posts – Chase Ink Bold and how to get 5x points on Amazon purchases using the Chase Ink Bold or Ink Plus. You should note that the only real difference between the Chase Ink Bold and the Chase Ink Plus is that the Bold is a charge card (meaning you cannot carry a balance on it) and the Chase Ink Plus is a credit card (you can carry a balance on it).
As you know if you have been reading this blog for long – Chase Ultimate Reward points are some of the most valuable out there. These current 60,000 Ultimate Reward point bonus offers make these cards the best card applications out there right now for Ultimate Reward points. For example, 60,000 UR points can be transferred 1:1 to United for a ticket to Europe from anywhere in the US! Also, 60,000 UR points can be transferred to Hyatt and give you almost 3 free nights in the top category hotel! These are some good cards that you should consider applying for before the deal runs out at the end of the week.
Chase Ink Bold – 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points after $5,000 in 3 months – application link (I do not receive a commission for this card)
Chase Ink Plus – 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points after $5,000 in 3 months – application link (I do not receive a commission for this card)
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