All the Chase Ink offers compared
** Chase are announced new links and the older offers in this post are now obsolete. Please visit my updated post on Chase Ink Offers **
There have been multiple offers for the Chase Ink cards floating around. Some thru affiliate links and some directly from Chase. (I wish these credit card companies would keep thing simple and run only one offer at a time. Life is complex without having to check out and compare every credit card offer out there!) Anyways, for the Chase Ink cards, I am consolidating the offers here and letting you figure out which one would be the best for you.
To make things simple, there are really two categories of offers there currently from Chase:
- Low spending requirement – with no sign up bonus
- Higher spending requirement – with a sign up bonus (Disclosure: These are the ones I get a referral payment on, not on the other)
Low spending requirement offer:
The offer here is that the spending requirement for the Chase Ink Plus Business Card and the Chase Ink Bold Charge card is only $5,000 in the first three months. The points earned are 50,000 points – all when you make the spending requirement. None for the sign up or first purchase.
You can apply for these cards directly here on the Chase site.
Higher spending requirement offer:
For this offer the spending requirement is double – $10,000 within the first three months, BUT 25,000 points are awarded after the first purchase and the rest of the 25,000 points after completing the spending requirements. The advantage here is that even if you miss the spend requirement for any reason, you still get 25,000 points! Both the options have pros and cons – I will let you decide for yourself which is suitable for your situation.
You can apply for there cards via my affiliate links here ** DEAL GONE** Check back for updated links:
- Ink Plus℠ Business Card
- Ink Bold® Charge Card
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