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Chase Ink Business Card: Earn 60,000 Bonus Points After Spending $5000 in First 3 Months EXPIRED

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Promoted 06-16-2013 by brisar at 07:04 AM View Original Post
Chase offers 60,000 Bonus Points with their Chase Ink Business Card after Spending $5000 in the first 3 months from account opening. Thanks Doatslo
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Edited August 5, 2013 at 12:33 PM by oFlamingo
CHASE Supports National Small Business Week

https://www.chase.com/online/business-credit-cards/ink-card-sbw.htm [linksynergy.com]

also 25K or pts or $250 for ink cash/classic no annual fee.

good for one week june 16-22
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Last Edited by ubiquitous August 10, 2013 at 05:40 AM
Frequently Asked Questions

How can I reach the spending limit?

There are numerous ways to reach the spending limit. You can buy Chase Gift Cards ($500 denominations, limit of $2,500 total every 30 days, no maintenance fees, cards expire but can be replaced). You can transfer money on Amazon Payments ($1,000 monthly limit, $10,00 yearly limit, requires transferring money to a person with their own bank account and home address, no fees). You can pay bills (even in advance with some companies). Possibilities are endless. Some chose to buy vanilla gift card from office supply stores. Though there are activation fees, the 5x reward points for office supplies more than covers the fees.
Quote from whitedudesuper View Post :
Buy 5 $200 cards at staples for $1,034.75
5x points = 5173.75 points earned
cost per point = 0.672 cents per point

But 2 $500 cards at CVS for $1,007.90
1x points = 1007.90 points earned
cost per point = 0.784 cents per point

So you are better off going to staples if you are just worried about getting the most points for your buck nod


Link to Chase Gift Cards: https://www.chase.com/gift-cards (currently no activation fees)
More info here: http://millionmilesecrets.com/201...uirements/

How can I liquidate my reward earnings

There are several options to sell your points. Advertising services is not allowed on Slickdeals but there is a thread where users can share experiences with selling their points. There is some risk in taking this route, there is the possibility for account closure, lost points, ban from card company. Most have had no issues at all, but tread carefully.

More info here: http://slickdeals.net/f/4629010-Anyone-used-Rewards2Cash-com?v=1
These responses are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered. Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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#631
Quote from arram View Post :
I don't see it here?
http://www.united.com/CMS/en-US/M...tners.aspx
They don't publicize it. But it earns 1 mile for every $2 spent (half the normal rate) and has no annual fee. You can ask for it on the phone.
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Here.

Thanks for your warning. Aww, I really do want to cash those points out but I also don't want to be blacklist by Chase. I have savings accounts with them, does that means if I get blacklist they will close my accounts down? Well, I'll think about what's the best way to do with those points before considering cashing them out then.

I also have 75000 Amex points, wanting to sell them for cash also. Does any one here know anyone that got blacklist because of selling points? What the heck am I going to do with all those point without cashing them out. Confused
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Quote from catch22alex View Post :
Still waiting to hear on the bold. I've got a regular ink ($2k) and an ink plus ($8k) already. Don't mind closing out the plus if I need to but we'll see how things go.
Did you apply for 3 cards at the same time? And are the business infos on each application different or the same? I am thinking about applying for Ink Bold or Ink Classic also, but still hesitate since afraid they will decline my application if all the infos are the same. Thanks in advance!
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My understanding is Amex is ok with the transfers. I sold mine for 1.45 cents per point.

Quote from wishmeluck_leo View Post :
Thanks for your warning. Aww, I really do want to cash those points out but I also don't want to be blacklist by Chase. I have savings accounts with them, does that means if I get blacklist they will close my accounts down? Well, I'll think about what's the best way to do with those points before considering cashing them out then.

I also have 75000 Amex points, wanting to sell them for cash also. Does any one here know anyone that got blacklist because of selling points? What the heck am I going to do with all those point without cashing them out. Confused
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My understanding is Amex is ok with the transfers. I sold mine for 1.45 cents per point.
Where did you get that value for Amex?
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Quote from wishmeluck_leo View Post :
Thanks for your warning. Aww, I really do want to cash those points out but I also don't want to be blacklist by Chase. I have savings accounts with them, does that means if I get blacklist they will close my accounts down? Well, I'll think about what's the best way to do with those points before considering cashing them out then.

I also have 75000 Amex points, wanting to sell them for cash also. Does any one here know anyone that got blacklist because of selling points? What the heck am I going to do with all those point without cashing them out. Confused
I can name infinite possibilities with that many points....If you don't travel...start.
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Quote from sfojfklax View Post :
They don't publicize it. But it earns 1 mile for every $2 spent (half the normal rate) and has no annual fee. You can ask for it on the phone.

Great thanks a lot! I'll try to see if theyll waive the annual fee first before doing that, since I've been with that card for so long and spent so much on it.
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Thanks. I applied for my LLC, but pending approval. Calling the automated line is just giving a message saying I will be notified by mail within 2 weeks.
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I was approved for INK PLUS on Monday. I am not seeing account added to Chase Accounts. Did anyone get it?
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Quote from satanslover View Post :
My understanding is Amex is ok with the transfers. I sold mine for 1.45 cents per point.
Wow. I got 1.3 cents for my Amex points, and I thought that was pretty good. I wouldn't risk it with Chase, though. Plus, Chase points are more valuable.

I appreciate the perspective (mainly from MilesHunter) that you can get huge valuations from the points if you use for travel (which I do with Chase points), but the problem with this view is:
1. The huge valuations tend to come from first-class plane tickets. I've flown first-class, and it's nice, but I just won't use miles for anything other than coach redemptions, as I don't value first-class highly enough. The valuations for coach redemptions aren't very high, even on international travel.
2. I know there are also huge valuations for hotels. While I don't stay in hotels that are dumps, I also don't value luxury hotels that highly. For instance, if I were going to Paris, I wouldn't use 22,000 Chase points to get one night at the Hyatt Vendome. I'm sure it leads to some insane valuation for the points, but honestly, I don't spend $220 per night on a hotel in a major city like Paris, where much cheaper, nice options can be found ($220 is the cash equivalent of those points).

The bottom line is that everyone has different travel needs. If you don't really value first-class plane tickets and luxury hotels highly, then your valuations for the points aren't as high, and in some cases (particularly with Amex) it might make sense to sell the points.
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#641
Quote from ForYourBadDeal View Post :
I was approved for INK PLUS on Monday. I am not seeing account added to Chase Accounts. Did anyone get it?
Me neither. I guess we'll have to wait for the mail. I was approved after speaking to CSR and it was the charge card if that helps.
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Anyone still waiting on the Ink Bold? I applied monday and called recon twice mon & tue to hear the same generic 2 week message. Should I call them again? or practice patience Smilie
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Anyone still waiting on the Ink Bold? I applied monday and called recon twice mon & tue to hear the same generic 2 week message. Should I call them again? or practice patience Smilie

I think a good deal of people are waiting on bold. I am as well
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Anyone still waiting on the Ink Bold? I applied monday and called recon twice mon & tue to hear the same generic 2 week message. Should I call them again? or practice patience Smilie
Applied both Bold and Plus on Sunday, Plus got approved on Tuesday, and Bold is still under review. Probably I will wait until I receive my reject letter then call reconsider (lending) department.
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Wow. I got 1.3 cents for my Amex points, and I thought that was pretty good. I wouldn't risk it with Chase, though. Plus, Chase points are more valuable.

I appreciate the perspective (mainly from MilesHunter) that you can get huge valuations from the points if you use for travel (which I do with Chase points), but the problem with this view is:
1. The huge valuations tend to come from first-class plane tickets. I've flown first-class, and it's nice, but I just won't use miles for anything other than coach redemptions, as I don't value first-class highly enough. The valuations for coach redemptions aren't very high, even on international travel.
2. I know there are also huge valuations for hotels. While I don't stay in hotels that are dumps, I also don't value luxury hotels that highly. For instance, if I were going to Paris, I wouldn't use 22,000 Chase points to get one night at the Hyatt Vendome. I'm sure it leads to some insane valuation for the points, but honestly, I don't spend $220 per night on a hotel in a major city like Paris, where much cheaper, nice options can be found ($220 is the cash equivalent of those points).

The bottom line is that everyone has different travel needs. If you don't really value first-class plane tickets and luxury hotels highly, then your valuations for the points aren't as high, and in some cases (particularly with Amex) it might make sense to sell the points.
Totally agree. Points are highly valued if you redeem for first-class tickets/hotels. That's why those mile-selling sites offer higher rates for those miles/points because they can find first-class customers Smilie For me, I won't sell the miles/points because I love to travel.
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