Excellent Deal – Earn 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points with new Chase Ink Bold Business Card

For a limited time, you can earn 50,000 bonus Chase Ultimate Rewards Points when you apply for a new Chase Ink Bold Business Card and spend $5,000 within the first 3 months. The annual fee for the first year is waived after which you will be charged $95 every year at account anniversary.  It is not necessary for applicants to be a registered business owner. Any consumer can apply for this card under “sole proprietorship” and use their own name as business name and put in the SSN for Tax ID. 

Some of the key highlights of this card include:

  • Earn 50,000 Bonus UR Points when you spend $5,000 in 3 months.
  • Points can be used to purchase airfare at 1.25 cents per point. That’s $625 towards airfare when you redeem online through Ultimate Rewards website.
  • Transfer your points to UA, CO, BA and Hyatt at 1:1 ratio, making it an excellent option to earn UA and CO miles (which are no longer easy to accumulate as AMEX points can no longer be transferred to CO as of October 1). I recommend converting the points to Hyatt points which are generally a better value than other Airline miles. An unadvertised benefit is that the points can be transferred to anybody else’s account and names don’t have to match making it easy to top-off the accounts for that elusive award.
  • Enjoy a one-year complimentary Priority Pass™ membership which gives access to over 600 Airline lounges across Airports in over 100 countries. Your first 2 visits are free every year after which your card will automatically be charged $27 per visit, per person.
  • Earn an additional cumulative bonus of 45,000 UR points when you spend $100,000 in the same calendar year, under the following structure. | Earn 7,500 bonus points when you spend $25,000 on your card in one year. | Earn 15,000 more bonus points when you spend another $25,000 on your card in the same year. | Earn 25,000 more points when you spend another $50,000 on your card in the same year.
  • There is no limit on the number of reward points you can earn. These points will never expire as long as your account is open and in good standing.
  • FREE employee cards or add-on cards
  • This is a Visa card and thus comes with the benefit of wider worldwide acceptance, wherever Visa and MasterCard credit cards are accepted.
  • First year annual fee WAIVED, $95 thereafter at each account anniversary.

Once again, please note that Chase INK BOLD is a charge card and not a credit card, so you pay in full each month in order to accrue no monthly interest charges.

 Please note that this is a business charge card meaning that you will have to pay in full every month. Further, note that Business Cards do not fall under the new Card ACT and thus will not offer the same protection under ACT that personal cards do. It is because of this reason that we will see more banks offering Business cards with hefty sign-up bonuses in the coming months and will not be enforcing strict application reviews at the same time. They have to make money some way after all! As long as you are aware of this and understand the implications and are going to be paying off the balance in full every month, you may want to consider this offer. For most savvy people who like to milk the sign-up bonuses, and who use cards as a mode of payment and not a mode of credit, this offer is golden.

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I call myself an avid reward program follower. I have been following the world of loyalty programs closely for the last 10 years. In other words, as my friends and family like to address me, a “Guru” in the world of rewards, awards, points, miles and everything in between. Over the years, my exploits in this world of affinity programs, my interactions with other enthusiasts in this field, professionals and the industry experts as well as my own experience dealing with different programs, I have gathered my own knowledge base. Obviously, I try to maximize the benefits from flights, travel, hotels, car rentals, dining, shopping, credit cards, finance… anything and everything that earns points and miles and then further maximize the value of these accumulated points and miles.
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7 Responses to Excellent Deal – Earn 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points with new Chase Ink Bold Business Card

  1. Kush says:

    Quick question:

    Given that Chase is somewhat strict about how many cards they let you sign up for, is it possible to sign up for the INK BOLD card and Sapphire Preferred card in one round of applications?

  2. AwardGuru says:

    Yes, it is possible to apply for both, Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase INK BOLD in one round of application as long as you have not had any applications to Chase in last 90 days. INK BOLD is a business card and Sapphire Preferred is a personal card. And ofcourse, whether your applications are approved or denied will depend on multiple factors like your credit profile and luck as adjudication will vary from reviewer to reviewer. YMMV. Would love to know how it went. Please keep us posted.

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