Ending Soon! Best Ever Offers for Chase Ink Cards

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Chase currently has two great welcome bonuses for Ink business credit cards. These are the best ever offers on both cards and if you plan to apply, you should do so by this weekend. These offers are going away soon.

Offers no longer available.

Welcome Bonuses

Chase is offering a $900 cash back bonus when you spend $6,000 in the first three months after signing up for either the Ink Business Cash® Credit Card or the Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card. Considering that the cashback can also be used in the form of Ultimate Rewards, these bonuses could be valued as high as $1,500.

Both offers also come with a 0% Intro APR on purchases for the first 12 months. That can be a small bonus on its own, considering the current interest rates.

These are not only the best ever welcome bonuses we’ve seen offered by these cards, but they’re also great welcome bonuses in general. And to make things better, both cards come with no annual fee.

To unlock more value from these bonuses, it’s bet to pair these cards with Ultimate Rewards earning card such as Chase Ink Business Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve or Chase Sapphire Preferred. That enables you to convert the cash-back rewards on your Ink Business Unlimited Card to Chase Ultimate Rewards points. Points can then be used for travel for a value of up to 1.5 cents each, or you can transfer to travel partners.

Chase has 14 partner airline and hotel programs and transferring to them can be the best option to maximize the value of your points.

Here are the 1:1 ratio travel partners:

1:1 Transfer Ratio

  • Aer Lingus
  • Air Canada Aeroplan
  • British Airways Executive Club
  • Emirates
  • Flying Blue (Air France / KLM)
  • JetBlue
  • Iberia Plus
  • IHG Rewards Club
  • Marriott Bonvoy
  • Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
  • Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards
  • United Airlines MileagePlus
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  • World of Hyatt

You should familiarize yourself with a specific loyalty program before transferring your miles. You will not be able to transfer back into your Capital One Miles account.

Bonus categories

These are two different cards, so make sure you apply for the one that best suits your needs.

The Ink Business Cash® Credit Card earns:

  • 5X Ultimate Rewards points on office supply stores, internet services, cable, and phone services ($25k annual limit)
  • 5X Ultimate Rewards points on Lyft rides
  • 2X Ultimate Rewards points on gas and dining ($25k annual limit)
  • 1X Ultimate Rewards on all other purchases

The Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card earns:

  • 1.5% cash back on all your purchases with no annual limits.

So you can either go with the Ink Business Cash® Credit Card if you can maximize the spending in the 5% categories, or the Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card if you just need a simple card that rewards you with 1.5 points for every dollar you spend.

(The description almost sounds like only certain categories related to business purchases will qualify but actually these cards with earn rewards on all purchases.)

Perks

The Ink Business Cash® Credit Card and Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card are no-annual-fee products, so they have modest perks.

Small-business owners can add employee cards at no additional cost. You earn the same rewards through employee cards as you do with the primary card, so that will help you rack up points quicker. Plus you can set spending limits and categorize purchases by card.

Both cards also offer purchase protection and extended warranty protection. You also get auto rental collision damage waiver when you decline the rental company’s collision insurance and charge the entire rental cost to your card. Coverage is primary when renting for business purposes.

It’s worth noting that these cards are not your best option for international travel as you will be charged a 3% foreign transaction fee.

Note:

  • These should be your first applications if you are still under 5/24. And since these are business cards, they won’t count towards your 5/24 count.
  • It’s possible to have more than one Ink business credit card.

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