There had been some speculation for a while that Chase was bringing out yet another new business card. It appears they are pushing their personal and business cards down the same naming trail so we now have another business and to balance things out – the new Chase Ink Business Unlimited.
New Chase Ink Business Unlimited Is Here
The best part about this card is that it does not replace any card – the other Chase business cards (Chase Ink Cash and Chase Ink Business Preferred) are still here and they look like they may stick around for a while! So, if you have been dying to add a business card that will earn 1.5% on all purchases for when you are not earning the 5% on office store purchases with the Chase Ink Cash, here is your chance!
Details About the New Chase Ink Business Unlimited
- $500 bonus cash back after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months
- Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back rewards on every purchase made for your business
- Intro APR – 0% for 12 months from account opening on purchases and balance transfers
- Most likely under Chase 5/24
- No annual fee
This is a nice addition for businesses that want to earn more points on all their spending. Yes, we have the personal version – the Chase Freedom Unlimited – that does the same thing but many people running business expenses would prefer to do it on an honest-to-goodness business card instead of their personal card.
The $500 bonus is nice as well and can be converted over to Ultimate Reward points if you have a Chase Ink Business Preferred, Chase Sapphire Preferred, or the Chase Sapphire Reserve. That will convert to 50,000 Ultimate Reward points – enough for at least $625 in travel booked through Chase or even more when transferred to travel partners.
The Chase Ink Business Cash card lives on and is also offering a $500 (50,000 point) bonus at this time. The Chase Ink Business Preferred is still here as well with a 80,000 point bonus.
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