Roundtrip Ticket To Europe With The Chase Ink Plus
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Roundtrip Ticket To Europe With One Credit Card Bonus

Chase Ink Plus
Written by Charlie

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The Chase Ink Plus sees an increase from 50,000 points to 60,000 points normally in the spring each year. This past year, we saw it climb up to 70,000 points as well. In an off-schedule manner, Chase has decided to increase the Ink Plus bonus in February. With this increased offer, you can transfer the bonus points to United and have enough for a roundtrip award ticket to Europe from the US!

Chase Ink Plus – 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points Offer

Chase Ink Plus

The Chase Ink Plus is now up to 60,000 points!

The Chase Ink Plus Offer

Chase Ink Plus Application Link

Now through March 1, 2015, when you apply for the Chase Ink Plus, you will receive 60,000 Ultimate Reward points after spending $5,000 in 3 months. The card comes with an annual fee of $95 if you apply online. If you apply in a Chase branch, the annual fee is waived.

Chase Ink Plus Details

  • 5x points per dollar spent at office supply stores, and cable, internet, landline, and wireless bills (up to the first $50,000 per year)
  • 2x points per dollar spent on gas and hotel accommodations (up to the first $50,000 per year)
  • 1 point per dollar spent on everything else with no limit on the points that can be earned
  • The annual fee ($95) is not waived for the first year (unless you apply at a Chase branch)
  • Ability to add employee cards with different numbers to protect the account and provide for easy sorting of transactions
  • No foreign transaction fee (typically 3%)

What Can You Do With 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points?

Chase Ink Plus

Ultimate Reward redemption partners

There are a lot of things you can do with that many points! I will just cover some of them:

  • Redeem for $750 in travel – if you want to, you can redeem those points through the Ultimate Rewards mall for travel at hotels, in airplanes, rental cars, and cruises for $750 in straight value
  • Redeem for economy to Europe – If you transfer to United (1:1 transfer partner), you can get a round-trip award ticket to Europe in economy.
  • Redeem for economy to southern South America – Again, transferring to United will get you enough for a round-trip to southern South America.
  • Redeem for economy to the Caribbean or Central America – almost 2 round-trips! – That’s right! 2 roundtrips to those destinations will cost you 70,000 United miles. Once you factor in the minimum spend of $5,000, you will be 5,000 miles away from two tickets.
  • Redeem for 13 one-way short-haul trips on US Airways or American Airlines – If you transfer to British Airways, you can redeem your Avios for 4,500 points on one-way short-haul (less than 650 miles) with US Airways or American Airlines. Great value here!
  • Redeem for several nights at Hyatt hotels – You can transfer your points to Hyatt (another 1:1 partner) for multiple night stays at various Hyatts – 2 nights at a category 7, 3 nights at a category 5, and 5 nights at a category 3!

Questions About The Offer

What if I already have them? Can I get them again?

The language for the offer says that you are eligible to get the card again if you have not received the bonus in at least 24 months and you do not currently have the card. However, I (and many others) have had success getting the card again if it is applied for under a different business name. If you want to use a different name, you should be ok in getting the bonus a second time (or a third, fourth, etc!).

What do I need to apply for a business card?

The application will ask you for your EIN but you can use your social security number if you do not have an EIN for your business (if you are a DBA or something similar). Many people have gotten approved for all sizes of small businesses – from those who do resale to long-established businesses. If there is something you do on the side that you would like to get a card specifically for that purpose, go ahead and apply. Just be ready to answer some questions on the phone about your current business expenses and income (if you need to call in). I have talked to them before about a new business that I was just starting and honestly told them that I had not made any money yet and envisioned my expenses to be quite low for a while. I was approved.

What if I already received the bonus recently?

If you have applied for one of these cards within the last 90 days, you can message Chase to receive the extra 10,000 points. They are excellent about this! To read more about this, check out this previous post about it – here.

HT: View from the Wing

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

2 Comments

  • Just got this card last month so contacted Chase, and they credited the 10k extra pts to my account immediately (have completed my $5k spend but the 50k bonus hasn’t posted yet). Thanks for the tip!

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