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Ink Business Cash Credit Card: $300 bonus cash back after you spend $3k in the first 3 months

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Chase is offering $300 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening with the Ink Business Cash Credit Card.
  • Earn $300 bonus cash back when you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on cellular phone, landline, internet and cable TV services each account anniversary year
  • Earn 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at gas stations and restaurants each account anniversary year
  • Earn 1% cash back on all other card purchases with no limit to the amount you can earn
  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers
  • Employee cards at no additional cost
  • No Annual Fee
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do u know if paper supplies from a non-traditional office supply co offers 5% discount? ex. we order bulk pirnter ink and sticker rolls often and wondering if thatd qualify
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Got a $3,000+ bill coming up soon. 10% back sounds like a deal.

Thanks OP.
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Note- this is actually a UR card, so it's 30,000 UR points, not $300 cash.

You can certainly use the 30k points to get $300 cash, but you'd get a lot more value out of it using it for travel instead.

Also probably worth mentioning 5/24 is checked when applying for the card, but being a chase business card actually being approved doesn't ADD to your 5/24 count.


All that said- the Chase Ink Business Preferred is a better signup offer of the two- but this card is more genuinely useful for normal spend after that for most people.
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I looked at the terms and they said this card had to be used for business use - how would they be able to tell? Meaning if I just pay my phone and cable & gas bills with it.
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I looked at the terms and they said this card had to be used for business use - how would they be able to tell? Meaning if I just pay my phone and cable & gas bills with it.

They can't. Buy whatever you want with it.
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Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone got a message after applying saying the application is in review. After I receive this message, I called the reconsideration line and after answer a whole bunch of questions about my "business" I was told I need to wait for 2nd manager to take a look at it. Does anyone have luck after that? Thanks
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Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone got a message after applying saying the application is in review. After I receive this message, I called the reconsideration line and after answer a whole bunch of questions about my "business" I was told I need to wait for 2nd manager to take a look at it. Does anyone have luck after that? Thanks
I screwed up on my income and put 650.00 instead off 65000.00. Got the recon number and had to go through two managers but was finally approved.
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I screwed up on my income and put 650.00 instead off 65000.00. Got the recon number and had to go through two managers but was finally approved.
I got denied because 1/8 approved for CSR, 1/22 approved for CIP, 2/8 approved for Chase Marriott, since chase has a 1/30 rule for their business card, I applied for the ink cash on 1/23, they said chase gave me too much credit in such a short amount of time, I was technically over 5/24 because I had one card that I was somehow added as authorized user on and I have since removed that card, but they said it's mainly because I had too much balances on my other cards or something and was denied. Should I call back a 3rd time?
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How do you apply if you are not a business? Do you have to lie on the registration? I've never ventured into business cards but this looks tempting.
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How do you apply if you are not a business? Do you have to lie on the registration? I've never ventured into business cards but this looks tempting.

If you say you have a business, you do.

Ever sell anything on ebay? Or anyplace else?

Business.


Use your name as the business name, and your SSN as the tax ID/EIN, and sole proprietorship as the business type.
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