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I received this targeted offer in the mail from Chase – with a unique offer number and deadline to accept. 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points is a great sign-up bonus. The offer requires a $5,000 spend and the $95 annual fee is waived for the first year. I thought I’d share this offer, because the Ink Plus card is a phenomenal card, earning 5X Ultimate Reward points on business expenses, including office supply stores and internet and wireless phone payments, and 2X Ultimate Reward points at gas stations and hotels.
I currently have both the Ink Plus and the Ink Bold cards, so I’m not sure whether automatic approval will follow. (My Ink Plus card recently was up for renewal, and a retention call to Chase got me a $95 statement credit). Plus, I’m working on a minimum spend for another card at the moment. I still have time to apply as my offer goes through mid-February.
Before writing this post, I googled Chase and Ink Plus to see what the current offer for this card is, and I was surprised to learn that currently there is a public offer with the same terms as I received in my targeted offer – – except the $95 fee is not waived for the first year.
This is a fabulous card – one I’d even be willing to pay for, and that says a lot. I find UR points useful to transfer for miles or points with various airlines and hotels – for example, United Airlines and Hyatt Hotels. And, it is a business credit card, but you’d be surprised how many of your normal business activities will qualify for this card.
If you’d like to sign up for the card, you may do so directly with Chase, or you may use my referral link, which of course I’d appreciate greatly.
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