SWAG Saturday Winner! WOW – only 24% of readers have an INK card!

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First let’s get to our winner via Random.org and they say #62 Cathy H. Who simply says: “No.”

That is NO she does not have an INK card. I will contact you soon to get your prize on the way.

Now to the results that frankly blow me away. The key 3 INK cards are:





I simple love my INK cards. I now have both an INK Plus and INK BOLD Visa card (had the Mastercards in the past) and love the fact you can get 60,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 in the first 3 months from account opening. What that means for me as a Delta flyer is I can use them to have $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards. I will earn Delta Skymiles, MQMs and MDQs when I spend those points as I have shown in the past!

The Chase Ink Cash card is also a great deal at 30,000 points or $300 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 in 3 months from account opening.

Here is how the answers broke down in the survey of readers:

  • 24% or 63 of you have one of these cards
  • 76% or 205 do not have one of these cards


Keeping in mind the VisaEdgeSavings (free to register) that can get you even more savings back, the 5x for so many every day things like your cell bill or cable bill not to mention 5x for office supply stores I do hope the 76% of you who don’t have one will consider adding one if you are a business owner or sole proprietor and eligible while the 60,000 promotion from Chase is going on! – René
Editorial Note: Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer.

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  1. @Margithind – You can’t but do keep in mind you don’t have to own a corporation to get these. A sole proprietor that is just an individual who runs a some kind of business on the side can qualify just fine. I even have one for my custom golf club business (I build and buy and sell clubs during the summer) so I can keep my spend on that separate from by other jobs. Clear?

  2. my new chase ink bold visa will not register with VisaEdgeSavings … any idea why?

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