Though the COVID-19 crisis has slowed down much of the economy, some business owners are busier than ever, especially online businesses. Some are scaling fast and serving more customers. They need the best business credit cards that offer rewards in spending categories popular with small businesses.
Fortunately, Chase business cardholders are in luck. From August 1st until October 31st, select Chase business cards will be automatically enrolled in an offer that earns 5X total points or miles for each dollar spent on shipping, social media advertising and search engine advertising up to $10,000 spent in combined purchases.
Unlike other typical credit card offers, no activation is required. The only caveat is that you must be an existing cardmember. If you sign up now, you won’t receive the same benefits.
The participating Chase business cards include the Chase Ink Plus® Credit Card, Chase Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card, as well as co-branded Southwest and United business cards. Here are more details.
|Chase Ink Plus® Credit Card||Earn a total of 5 points|
|Chase Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card||Earn a total of 5 points|
|Southwest Rapid Rewards® Performance Business Credit Card||Earn a total of 5 points|
|Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Business Credit Card||Earn a total of 5 points|
|Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Business Credit Card||Earn a total of 5 points|
|United Club℠ Business Card||Earn a total of 5 miles|
|UnitedSM Business Card||Earn a total of 5 miles|
|United MileagePlus® Business Card||Earn a total of 5 miles|
|UnitedSM Explorer Business Card||Earn a total of 5 miles|
|UnitedSM Presidential PlusSM Business Card
|Earn a total of 5 miles|
This promotion comes on the heels of Chase announcing its co-branded airline and hotel cards will offer accelerated rewards earnings for purchase made at gas stations and grocery stores for a limited time.
Chase announced a similar promotion for its consumer Sapphire cardholders, who can now earn between 3X-10X points per dollar spent on gas, streaming services and Instacart purchases for a limited time. Similarly, some Chase cardholders have access to a new Pay Yourself Back feature which allows them to pay for certain spending categories with Chase Ultimate Rewards points.