We are all about business cards lately! They provide significant value for anyone with a business, from the small entrepreneur with a side hustle to the family-run corporation. Right now, there is one very HOT deal to consider, and it might be the best deal in all of credit card rewards. There were TWO incredible deals, but we have removed the SPG deal from this post, since the program is in flux, and the new business card bonus is far from exceptional.
Ok, on to the deal…
Chase Ink Business Cash — Worth $530+
For a long time the Chase Ink cards have been some of the best and most popular business cards in the industry. And for good reason! Normally, the hype is around the Ink Business Preferred, which is a fantastic card. Its bonus is usually 80,000 points when you spend $5,000 in the first three months, and it carries an annual fee of $95. But right now the free version of the card is giving us a reason to get very excited. It’s offering a bonus of 50,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first three months. And there is no annual fee!
You would be hard pressed to find another credit card (personal or business) with such a generous offer on a card with no annual fee AND such a low spending requirement. Not only that, but the category bonuses on this card are lucrative for most small businesses (earn 5% at office supply stores and on Internet, cable, and phone services, for example).
Just looking at cash value, this bonus is worth at least $530 (50,000 points + 3,000 points that you earn meeting minimum spend). But of course, Chase Ultimate Rewards can significantly exceed this cash value when transferred to partners. Don’t be confused by the label of a “cash back” card. That’s only one redemption option, and you will still be awarded Ultimate Rewards.
We aren’t sure how long this deal will last, but right now it looks tough to beat!
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