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Chase Ink 60,000 Offer Ends Today – So Does The Chance To Match It

Chase Ink
Written by Charlie

Disclaimer: I do not receive a commission for these cards.

For a month now, Chase has been running their limited time increase offer on the Chase Ink Plus and Chase Ink Bold to 60,000 Ultimate Reward points instead of the normal 50,000. A 20% increase on the bonus is excellent, especially with the loss of the easy Vanilla-Bluebird purchase route. If you planned on applying, make sure you do it today as it will be gone until next year (unless Chase decides to extend it, which is possible).

Chase Ink

Chase Ink Bold and Ink Plus At 60,000 Points

application link – Chase Ink Bold/Plus – 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points after spending $5,000 in 90 days (I do not get a referral for this but the link above will take you to Frequent Miler’s page where you can apply through there. If you would rather apply through the public page, you can do so here – Chase Ink Bold and Chase Ink Plus Again, I do not get anything from Chase or Frequent Miler for this)

Already get the card?

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.

If you are on the fence about the card, do not feel pressured to get it now. If it messes up your normal application strategy (like if you had just applied for a bunch of cards before this began), I do not feel like the 10,000 points is enough to turn your point/application strategy upside down. You can always get it with spending or wait until next year – or get one now and the other next year! 🙂

So, how about it? Are you planning on getting one of these cards? Why or why not?

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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.

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