We are approaching the Small Business time of year when Chase likes to roll out the increased offers on their business cards. This includes the Chase Ink Plus with 70,000 point bonus and the Chase Ink Cash at 30,000 points (when paired with a Chase Ultimate Rewards card, that translates to 30,000 UR points – otherwise it is $300). We are starting a bit early with the Chase Ink Plus with 70,000 point bonus in-branch with the online version most certainly to appear in the next week or so.
Chase Ink Plus With 70,000 Point Bonus In-Branch
The current online offer is at 60,000 points. If you have recently applied for this offer, you should not have a problem matching it to the 70,000 point offer when it appears online. But, for now, the Chase Ink Plus 70,000 point offer is only in-branch.
The good part about this offer is that, unlike in years past, the current offer is not a fee-waived offer (on the 60,000 point offer). Some people have had the fee waived when applying in-branch but the online version is not waived. That means that the 70,000 point offer will not have to be a decision about literally paying $95 for 10,000 bonus points (which I have no problem doing based on how I redeem them).
- Spend $5,000 in 3 months to receive 70,000 Ultimate Reward points
- Receive 5X bonus on telecommunications and office supply stores
- Receive 2X bonus on gas stations and hotels
- Receive 1 point on all other purchases
- Annual fee of $95 not waived the first year
- To locate a Chase branch near you, click here.
- Offer expires 5/15/2016
The Chase Ink Cash also has an increased bonus and can be applied for in-branch. This offer is at $300 cash back (or 30,000 Ultimate Reward points when paired with an Ultimate Reward earning card).
Matching The Offer
To match the offer you applied for and received in the last 90 days, visit this post to see step-by-step instructions. Chase is very good at matching offers and I know that many of you have applied within this timeframe before the 5/24 rule had hit the business cards.