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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
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Quote from vinhboy View Post :
does anyone know a reconsideration phone number for this card?
1-800-453-9719
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Quote from MateoEyoo View Post :
wth am i going to spend 5k on?
Last time I did this I used the card to prepay my cable, utility, and cell phone bills for like 6 months. And you also earn 5% rewards on the cell/cable spend.
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Last edited by Shakes30 June 16, 2013 at 02:36 AM
#63
I applied for the Ink Plus card 2 weeks ago. What do you think the chances are that I could get approved for the Bold card if I applied for that one today?

Current Portfolio with a CK store of 761:
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wth am i going to spend 5k on?
You're on SlickDeals, my friend! Spend $5K on lots of slick deals!
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its hard to understand a deal when u have never had a CC Frown
and it hurts knowing that its some good hot slick deal :'(
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thanks op. . .
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#67
I've used R2C twice with no problem. They are currently advertising a rate of 1.45 for UR, so by the time you spend 5k, the points would be about $900.
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#68
now we know chase closes credit cards, blacklists you for abnormal perk abuse spend and for having many card accounts to many of us and these reports are everywhere . One blogger was brave enough to share his side of the story. Chase suddenly closed three of his credit cards, when asked why, they told him that he has too many open credit cards and we see risk..
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now we know chase closes credit cards, blacklists you for abnormal perk abuse spend and for having many card accounts to many of us and these reports are everywhere . One blogger was brave enough to share his side of the story. Chase suddenly closed three of his credit cards, when asked why, they told him that he has too many open credit cards and we see risk..
i dont know how many he had,but at one point i used to have 7 personal cards from chase
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Quote from hellis001 View Post :
i dont know how many he had,but at one point i used to have 7 personal cards from chase
they not only closes and bans you for abnormal perk abuse spendings, they can also close your cards for many other reasons such us having too many open cards , new negative credit report they find & etc
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can one apply for personal use, if no business?
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Quote from euwil View Post :
Might be perfectly fine, but r2c web site looks incredibly shady. laugh out loud
Can't vouch for r2c but I have sold points to milesbuyer.com with no problems. Payed me through PayPal before I even transferred the points.
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Quote from BarackHObama View Post :
What you can do it get the gift cards and add them to Amazon payments

Over time, get that money back in your account. No fees, relatively non-complicated, but will take some time. You can also use the gift cards as spending in-between.

For example, apply for both cards. You need to spend 10K.

In three months, you can transfer 3K using amazon payments; hopefully you have someone you can trust. Then, buy 7K worth of gift cards. Over the next seven months, liquidate those cards using AP.

It gets easier the more AP accounts you have, and the more regular spending you have.
What's your take on using AP with your spouse? Transfer a grand in a month to her AP account then have her withdraw money to a checking account.
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#74
Quote from saggii View Post :
dont want to go off-topic but wanted to clarify-
How 4000$? If i had 100k in rewards and did 50% bonus on avios then as well it would be 150k avios= 12500 (american airlines)*12= ~200*12= barely reaching 2.5k$
Correct me if I'm wrong
I may be outdated but that should be enough for a first class RT to Asia (Eastside) or SE Asia on Cathay Pacific. In my case, Vietnam would cost above $12K easy. Fees are a little steep on BA, ~$300-400.

And I read great things of using avios for domestic trips, albeit, if you live close to AA main terminals or whatever it's called.
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#75
If you've ever sold anything on ebay, you can apply for a business cc. Even if you haven't, just tell them you do.

As for what you you would spend $5K on? By using AMEX Bluebird, you can mark car, house, loan payments through Vanilla Reloads and various other reload cards (the Bluebirds work for me). Buying GC's at office supply stores are great to build up 5X points.
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