The now and then increased 60,000 point business INK card offer is back from Chase. The 50,000 point standard offer is a good solid offer day in and day out and the 10k bump makes it even better basically bumping it’s value from $625 bonus to $750 in value before spend as you can redeem Chase Ultimate Rewards points, for say a Delta ticket, for 1.25 cents each and you will earn FULL Delta Skymiles, MQMs, MQDs and even Skybonus and CrossoverRewards if eligible when paying for tickets with UR points.
These cards are now VISA cards so if you have or had them before as MasterCards you should be able to get the bonus “again” as these cards should be viewed as new cards to you! The Ink BOLD business is a charge card and the INK PLUS business is a credit card. Other than that the two cards are virtually the same.
Do you need to have an EIN number to get these business cards? No, you can get them as a sole proprietor in just your name. However, if you want to get more than one card, having an EIN can help to show you are differentiating your spend and the reason to have more than one of the same card or cards.
These are great cards to have and you can have the chance as I did the other day to get 11% bonus or even higher during certain times of the year when you can buy Gift cards at office supply stores. I also bill my cable and cell phone to these cards as it is a simple way to get 5x there as well. Any other questions about business? Feel free to email me – Rene(at)DeltaPoints(dot)com
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