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Chase Ink Business Preferred Card

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Chase offers the Chase Ink Business Preferred Card with 80,000 Ultimate Rewards Bonus Points after making $5,000 in purchases during the first 3 months from account opening. Thanks drdvls

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Card Features:
  • Earn 80,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $1,000 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • Earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent on travel and select business categories each account anniversary year
  • Earn 1 point per $1 on all other purchases – with no limit to the amount you can earn
  • Points are worth 25% more when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards
  • Redeem points for travel, cash back, gift cards and more – your points don't expire as long as your account is open
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Employee cards at no additional cost
  • $95 Annual Fee
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If you aren't going to move on to another card for another bonus after meeting spend requirements on this, then you will need to compare the bonus categories between the cards. UR points are more valuable in my book than any other point, so I try to keep to the UR cards for me and the wife. That is how I accumulated 750,000 points, sold them, and racked up another 350,000 points.
Thanks for the help. I think I will spend about 10k the first month so that will satisfy the min requirements.
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The only time I looked into selling my points through a broker the net was a ridiculously low number due to commission. Is the 1.4 cents selling price you're referring to the net?
Yes, I went through an online broker mentioned in the SD thread on brokers. I would totally recommend him if you want to know who I used (PM me if you want to know). This was right when Chase was cracking down on transfers. I made most of my transfers prior to the crackdown but had to do the "add the transferee as an authorized user" in order to transfer points. You mail yourself the authorized user credit card, so no personal information goes to anyone. I'm not sure what the going rate is right now among the different brokers so I can't tell you who is giving the best price.
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Thanks for the help. I think I will spend about 10k the first month so that will satisfy the min requirements.
If you have that much spend, then apply for one personal and one business card at the same time. I've been in the game for a long time but slowed down for a couple years but am picking it up again since all of the lucrative UR cards coming out. Therefore, I haven't stayed up to date on the rules for applications, but I believe you won't have a problem applying for (2) cards in one day as long as one is business and the other is personal.

I should have predicated that my advice assumes you do not carry a balance on any credit cards. If you've got credit card debt, this game is not for you.
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That makes sense so you can get the Max rewards for both
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Nothing to get around- if you say you have a business then you have one.... simple as that. You don't need registered articles of incorporation or anything to have a business.
Not anymore. It is more YMMV nowadays. When my wife went to apply for her business card (no prior business relationship with Chase) she had to take in an FEIN and they wanted state registration but waived it because she was doing business as her real name instead of a fictitious name. I have held a business card for a long time (since my ebay selling days) but they wanted the same (FEIN and state registration; again waived due to real name) when I applied for a business checking account. It is a state specific requirement apparently. I am in IN. FEIN is free, easy, and quick to obtain. Just go to the IRS website.
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That makes sense so you can get the Max rewards for both
Then you'll get hooked on getting more bonuses. Then you will start applying for checking/savings accounts for the bonuses [doctorofcredit.com]. Get your spreadsheet skills dusted off, stay organized, and profit. Good luck. Wink
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Do you need own a business in order to signup for this card? Thanks!
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Anyone know if this will still be governed by the Chase 5/24 rule?
I think ALL Chase cards have this rule Mad
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Do you need own a business in order to signup for this card? Thanks!
Yes. Make it legit by going to the IRS website and registering your "business". Just use your name as your business name. Add something to the end defining your business if you are so inclined (Your Name Piano Studio, Your Name Lawn Service). If you don't get automatic approval, be prepared for inquisitive questions such as revenue, expenses, profit, years in business, projected spend, etc. Just never lie. I got my first business card when I was doing an estimated $1500 in revenue a year in eBay sales. It helps if you have a personal relationship with Chase if you haven't been in business for very long.
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How is credit line determined for these cards? I signed my dad up for amex business gold last year. With the yearly fee of 175 coming up I was going to cancel that one and sign him up for this one. However he was putting about 15-20k/month for materials on the charge card? Any idea if he will get a credit limit with this card that will allow for that spending?
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How is credit line determined for these cards? I signed my dad up for amex business gold last year. With the yearly fee of 175 coming up I was going to cancel that one and sign him up for this one. However he was putting about 15-20k/month for materials on the charge card? Any idea if he will get a credit limit with this card that will allow for that spending?
I listed about $10,000 in revenue for my side business and my Ink Plus credit line is $12,000. Among my Chase personal and business cards, I have a total credit line of $68,500 with a household income of about 85k. I am assuming I will have to spread my credit line around for this new card since I didn't get an instant approval on my pre-approved application.
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How does this compare to Chase Sapphire Reserve?
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keep doing that offer for us thanks
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I dont recall applying for this card in last 24 months . Is there a way to confirm your eligibility without calling the CSR ?
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How does this compare to Chase Sapphire Reserve?
This is a somewhat generic question.

Sapphire Reserve is a personal card, has $450 fee (not waived), $4000 spend required, $300/year travel reimbursement, 100,000 bonus points (travel reimbursement $300/year times 2 years + 100,000 points = $1,600 minimum value). $1,600 minus $450 fee is at least $1,150 value. **EDIT** Reserve also gives you TSA precheck or Global Entry application fee reimbursement. TSA precheck was free for me and the application can be done at several locations (not just at certain airports like Global Entry). If you live near an airport, do the Global entry as it would end up free and TSA precheck is included with global entry.

This one is a business card, has a waivable annual fee if you apply in-branch, $5000 spend required, and 80,000 bonus points ($800 minimum value). This card only has an minimum $800 value.

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I dont recall applying for this card in last 24 months . Is there a way to confirm your eligibility without calling the CSR ?
It is a brand new product. No way you could have applied for it before.
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