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Chase is offering a $750 bonus cash back after you spend $7,500 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening with the Ink Business Cash® Credit Card.
  • Earn $750 bonus cash back after you spend $7,500 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 internet, cable and phone 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 purchases
  • With Fraud Protection your card transactions will be monitored for possible signs of fraudulent activity using real-time fraud monitoring
  • With Zero Liability you won't be held responsible for unauthorized charges made with your card or account information
  • No Annual Fee
  • Redeem rewards for cash back, gift cards, travel and more through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases


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If I open a business under my name (solo proprietorship) would all expenses I charge to this credit card be eligible for the bonus? or do certain charges not apply? Thanks!
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Thats a big spending req for $750 bonus...

Random question for someone, does anyone know if signing up for a business cc counts towards like, chases requirement of 5/24 rule?
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Quote from EffinAhole :
Thats a big spending req for $750 bonus...

Random question for someone, does anyone know if signing up for a business cc counts towards like, chases requirement of 5/24 rule?
Nope, but you need to be under 5/24 to be able to apply for one still.
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Nope, but you need to be under 5/24 to be able to apply for one still.
Sweet. I think I signed up for 4 credit cards, and 1 business card in the past 24 months, so I was contemplating signing up for a different chase chard soon. If the business card counted, the id be screwed.

On a side note, I think I might have singed up for 5 actually so I will probably be denied but, I wont know till i try.
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I have this card now the $750 is 75000 UR essentially or is it strictly cash back option only?
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I've collected several Chase cashback bonuses in the past
Seeing the following in the terms & conditions makes me wonder if they would deny the bonus

Replying to this offer: If you omit any information on the form, we may deny your request for an account. Chase cardmembers who currently have or have had a Chase credit card in any Rewards Program associated with this offer, may not be eligible for a second Chase credit card in the same Rewards Program. Chase cardmembers currently receiving promotional pricing, or Chase cardmembers with a history of only using their current or prior Chase card for promotional pricing offers, are not eligible for a second Chase credit card with promotional pricing.
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Renewal: anyone was able to get fee waived for ink with AF card/ (preferred)

How did it go?

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Quote from IK47 :
I have this card now the $750 is 75000 UR essentially or is it strictly cash back option only?
75,000 or $750 cashback


But cashing out 1:1 isn't a great value with this
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borisr said
Chase cardmembers currently receiving promotional pricing, or Chase cardmembers with a history of only using their current or prior Chase card for promotional pricing offers, are not eligible for a second Chase credit card with promotional pricing.

Got sapphire 6 months ago and stopped using it after getting the bonus. Are they talking about me?Oops
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did not work for me:
Thank you for your request.
Unfortunately, we are unable to approve your application.
We will provide you more detailed information in 7-10 days that explains the reasons for this decision.
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I had a Chase Business Ink card (don't remember which) that provided me with a bonus of 100K Ultimate Rewards points as the introductory offer, but that card carried an annual fee. I used the card for several years, then downgraded that card into this card in this offer (Chase Ink Biz Cash) because it didn't have the annual fee. I just closed that Chase Ink Biz Cash account a little while ago. Do I need to wait a certain period if I want to re-signup for that card and get this bonus? To be clear, I never applied or received a promotion for the Chase Ink Biz Cash card, the only reason I had it was because I downgraded a different biz card....TIA!
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Newbie Chase Q here ...

Next week, Staples will be selling Visa gift cards with no fee, limit 5 (= $1000) per transaction.

Will eight transactions within a week, all at the same store, only buying gift cards, raise a flag?

I think I earn 5% in points on a purchase at Staples, yes? So $7500 purchase = $375 in points?
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Quote from YamahaRick :
Newbie Chase Q here ...

Next week, Staples will be selling Visa gift cards with no fee, limit 5 (= $1000) per transaction.

Will eight transactions within a week, all at the same store, only buying gift cards, raise a flag?

I think I earn 5% in points on a purchase at Staples, yes? So $7500 purchase = $375 in points?
It may raise a flag if you don't spend in large quantities (as in potential fraud flag), but it won't raise a flag about abusing the bonus category or affect you in any negative way. The point of bonus categories is to encourage more spending in those categories, which is sounds like you're locked and loaded and ready to do Wink
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Well shoot, applied for it any way and was not immediately approved. And my credit score is 800+. Mind you, I had just received a new card from Navy Federal with a $25K limit a few days ago. But I wanted this card for the 5% back at Staples and buy many Visa gift cards with them.

Should I call and ask about this? Can I still get a card in time?
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