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Chase Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card

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Earn $500 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening and unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase made for your business with the Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card from Chase. There is no annual fee. Thanks renzomang
  • Earn $500 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase made for your business
  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers
  • Employee cards at no additional cost
  • No Annual Fee
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Earn $500 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening and unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase made for your business with the Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card from Chase. There is no annual fee.
  • Earn $500 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase made for your business
  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers
  • Employee cards at no additional cost
  • No Annual Fee
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Created 05-22-2018 at 05:57 AM by renzomang
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what is different about this from the regular Business Ink CC? I just signed up for the other one and it had a similar $500 bonus with $3k spent
Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase made for your business
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Very good card
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Does this card accumulate UR points? If so, then it's effectively 2.25% cash back if you have the sapphire reserve. Same as the freedom unlimited but for business.
The $500 are equivalent to 50k UR so as long as you hold the CIP (Chase Ink Preferred) card, since that card earns UR points for Business accounts.

Similar how the CF/CFU earn UR if you hold a Sapphire Preferred/Reserve
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I'm guessing they won't allow someone that already has the Ink Business Cash Card to have this one simultaneously?
This is an entirely different product, so you can definitely can.

You just can't hold two of the same product at the same time unless you downgrade the CIP to this card or the CIC.
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500, nice
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Do you have to have a business to get this card or anybody can get this? If I don't have a business and do a regular what are the benefits over other regular cards?
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Do we need to have a business to get this card or anyone can have this? If I don't have a business and do a regular job what benefit I am gonna get With this card over a regular card?
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This is an entirely different product, so you can definitely can.

You just can't hold two of the same product at the same time unless you downgrade the CIP to this card or the CIC.
Okay. Just wasn't sure if they are doing what they did with no longer allowing to have both the CSR and CSP at the same time.
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So, business cards from other banks also doesn't count for 5/24?

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As mostly all biz cards, you have be under 5/24 to apply. However since it's new—not sure if it will add to 5/24 or not. Most biz cards don't add to 5/24.
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You must be below 5/24 in order to get approved for this card but if approved it will not count against you for 5/24 in the future. 5/24 Only counts personal credit cards - not business cards. So if you are at or above 5/24 you will likely not get approved, but if you are approved, this card will not affect your 5/24 count in the future.
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I got this response after applying online, does this mean no?
Should i call and start wiggling, i have a 800+ scores and only 1 business card.
Has anyone received a instant online approval?:

We have received your request for a Chase credit card. We'll let you know our decision by U.S. mail. This could take up to 30 days.

Thank you for choosing Chase.


I HATE WAITING.
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I got this response after applying online, does this mean no?
Should i call and start wiggling, i have a 800+ scores and only 1 business card.
Has anyone received a instant online approval?:

We have received your request for a Chase credit card. We'll let you know our decision by U.S. mail. This could take up to 30 days.

Thank you for choosing Chase.
Check this out: https://m.imgur.com/a/oXlPW

As a data point, I got the same response when I applied for the Ink Cash. Called the automated line after 2 days and it said I had been approved and my card was on the way.
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So, business cards from other banks also doesn't count for 5/24?
Capital One business cards do count, but business cards from the other major companies (such as Amex/Barclays/BofA/Citi/US Bank) do not count toward 5/24.
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The $500 are equivalent to 50k UR so as long as you hold the CIP (Chase Ink Preferred) card, since that card earns UR points for Business accounts.

Similar how the CF/CFU earn UR if you hold a Sapphire Preferred/Reserve
He's stating for travel. Since you get 1.5% back but redeem at 1.25 on ultimate rewards with preferred or redeem at 1.5 with CSR. That where he's coming up with 2.25. But year UR rewards are worth a decent chunk more since you can move them to all different kinds of reward programs. I moved mines to Flyblue and got delta tickets worth $1400 bucks for 60k worth of pts. ie $600 dollars worth of pts. Therefore redeeming at more than 2 cents per pt.

Sidenote. Anyone know if this has the cellphone insurance that the preferred has. I've been paying the bill with CIP and it says it has insurance.
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I don't own a business, could I still apply for this card and be eligible for the bonus if approved?
I clicked on apply and they ask for the business name and tax stuff , so I don't think anyone can apply if they don't own a business.
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As mostly all biz cards, you have be under 5/24 to apply. However since it's new—not sure if it will add to 5/24 or not. Most biz cards don't add to 5/24.
Chase need to get rid of that 5/24 shit. I don't like it. They are only credit card company that imposed that crap. If you have the credit scores worthy enough you should be able to get any card.
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