Updated on August 3, 2015
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Chase Ink Business Card: Earn 60,000 Bonus Points After Spending $5000 in First 3 Months
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How good is this? I rate this 3/3: this is awesome. Sign up ASAP, especially considering there haven't been many amazing deals recently. You have until June 22.
What are the bonus points worth?
60,000 points is worth around $750-$1000+
Why is this so good?
You get 60,000 points which transfers 1:1 to United, Hyatt, or Alaskan air. A flight to Europe usually costs 60,000 miles which can cost anywhere from $750-1000+. See below for the example reward flight I found on United.
Check out these two blogs for more info on redeeming the points: thewanderingaramean and canadiankilometers
- BONUS POINTS
- 5X points per $1 spent in select categories
- 1:1 points transfer to participating frequent travel programs
- NO foreign transaction fees
- $0 intro annual fee for first year, $95 thereafter
Is this for businesses only?
Yes, but anyone can have a business without setting up a corporation for example. A sole-proprietorship does not require any type of registration. Millionmilesecrets (click here) explains exactly how anyone can fill out a Chase Business Card Application
Didn't find out if you're approved immediately?
Call the chase application status line at 888-338-2586 and the automated system will tell you if you're approved or you can speak to a live person.
Example of a reward flight on United (Go to Rome or Peru for FREE!)
Example 1: You can transfer 60,000 points to United and take a round trip from NYC to Rome in Sept. The flight there connects through Franfurt but the flight back is direct. If you paid cash you would pay around $1075 or $1,100 (direct both ways). See the screen shots below.
Example 2: You can transfer 40,000 points to United and get a round trip flight to Lima Peru. Many dates are available. This flight often costs around $1,000 but I'm seeing it for around $800. This is a value of 2 cents per mile. And you still have 20,000 points left over. A business class round trip would cost you 70,000 miles which start around $1,800 (a value of 2.6 cents+ per mile).
Very nice, homey;) Keep it up! P.S. United charges 60k to Europe. Still a sweet deal.
Thanks…I’ve updated it. I also added 40,000 points Peru.