Update: This amazing 80,000 bonus point offer is still available.
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Chase has just released a brand new credit card called the Ink Business Preferred Credit Card with a huge 80,000 point signup bonus!
To get the full 80,000 point bonus, you’ll need to spend $5,000 on the card within the first 3 months of account opening.
With this card you’ll earn earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent on travel, shipping purchases, internet, cable and phone services, advertising purchases made with social media sites and search engines. All other purchases will earn 1 point per dollar.
Points are worth 25% more when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards. Of course you can also transfer your points to your Chase Sapphire Reserve which give them a value of 1.5 cents per point when redeemed for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
There is no foreign transaction fees with this card and there is free additional user cards. The card has a $95 annual fee.
One of the unique protections you’ll get with this card, is cell phone protection. When you pay your cell phone bill with this card, besides for the 3 points per dollar you’ll receive, you’ll also get $600 per claim against theft or damage to your cell phone with a $100 deductible. This protection is valid for up to 3 claims within a 12 month period.
The Ink Business Preferred Credit Card is a business credit credit card, but you do not need to be incorporated or have a business in the traditional sense to apply for a business card. If for instance you sell on eBay, or even if you have any other side business (and you want to keep your expenses separate), you are eligible to apply for a business credit card. When filling out the business credit card application, choose “Sole Proprietor” as the type of business and fill in your name as your business name. For the Tax I.D. you will write your Social Security Number.
You do not need to have any revenue yet from your business to be eligible for a business credit card.