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News broke last month that Chase would be introducing a new premium business card with a big signup bonus by the end of the year.
- 80,000-point signing bonus after $5000 spend within 3 months
- 3 points a dollar on the first $150,000 spend on “travel, telecommunications, shipping and advertising on social-media and search engines.”
Existing Chase Ink Plus Business Card cardholders will keep their cards with the same benefits, but the plan was to withdraw that product for new applications and introduce this new one with a bigger signup bonus, broader bonus earning, and higher cap on bonus earning as well.
Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card points transfer to:
- Airlines: United, Southwest, Korean, British Airways, Singapore, Air France KLM, Virgin Atlantic
- Hotels: Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, Marriott, IHG Rewards Club
Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 Suite
The Chase Ink Business Preferred Card is now online.
While the Ink Plus page detailing new card offers appears to be down off of the Chase website reportedly cardmember referral links for the product are still active. Of course, the signup bonus for Ink Business Preferred is bigger.
It’s believed that for Chase will enforce ‘5/24’ restrictions on these cards those that are subject to it. Find out what 5/24 is, who it applies to, and which cards are exempt from it.