Updated on May 16, 2015
The 60000 Chase Ink Plus Bonus is BACK
Until 3/1/15, Chase has brought back the 60,000 Ultimate Rewards sign up bonus. The $95 annual fee is not waived like last time. That's an increase of 10,000 vs the typical 50,000 bonus offer. It is a business card but small and new businesses can apply (there are no formal requirements to setup a sole proprietorship). Via the SBA, “In fact, you may already own one without knowing it. If you are a freelance writer, for example, you are a sole proprietor.” You can apply online – no need to go into a branch.
LINKS TO APPLY:
- Expires 3/1/15
- After spending $5,000 in 3 months you receive 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points (which are worth up to $1k if you redeem them for United Miles)
- Annual Fee: $95 (not waived)
WHY GET IT?
- The #1 reason: Ultimate Reward Points transfer to United 1:1 – so 60,000 Ultimate Reward Points = 60,000 United Miles. After you spend the required $5k, you will have a total of 65,000 points which is worth 2 domestic round trip tickets with about 15k points left over. You can also transfer to Virgin which has some interesting redemptions to Australia.
- 5 points per dollar spent at office supply stores, cell phone, landline, internet and cable services
- Free Lounge Club Membership – including 2 visits to airport lounges free. Click here to sign up for free (for some reason, Chase does not provide this info to you unless you know to ask). The invitation code is “CHASEINK”.
Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer 1:1 to several partners. As I mentioned above, my favorite use is to transfer to United Miles.
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