Rewards aren’t only for personal credit cards. Business owners can jump on these rewards and benefits from Chase on two introductory offers for new cardholders: the card_name and the card_name. Both are offering up to $900 (up from $750) cash back in the form of 90,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $6,000 in the first three months. It’s an incredible offer for a limited time only.
These impressive welcome bonuses are only available for a limited time.
At a Glance
Ink Business Cash® Card
The card_name is among the most powerful earners in the rewards credit card market. Its spending bonuses are generous, and its massive welcome bonus after meeting minimum spending requirements should be reason enough to at least try the card out for a year or two.
Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card
- 1.5% cash back on every business-related purchase
- 5% cash back on Lyft (through March 2025)
The card_name doesn’t offer a lot of variety in its rewards earnings (a flat 1.5% everywhere), but that’s part of its charm. Those who find bonus categories appealing should stay away, but anyone valuing simplicity has found their new daily driver. A minimum of 1.5% back on everything is above average.
Both cards let you add employee cards without an extra charge, and you can even set spending limits for each individual you add. You can redeem rewards in a few different ways, including actual cash back, travel points, gift cards, and more. Referring business owners is also a bonus. You can earn 40,000 points for every business that gets approved for any Chase Ink credit card, up to 200,000 points a year.
Who are Chase Ink Business cards good for?
You don’t have to be a corporation to use a corporate card. A wide range of individuals—from freelancers and independent contractors to self-employed business owners and even gig workers—can qualify for a business credit card.
The Chase Ink Business Card is great for:
- Business owners who want to earn rewards on business-related purchases.
- Entrepreneurs starting a company who might need to carry a credit card balance for a few months and want to find a way to save on extra APR costs through a 0% introductory offer.
- Business owners who want to earn rewards without shelling out for an annual fee.
- Proprietors who have or expect to have other employees make credit card purchases and want them to have their own card.
- Small business owners who need to cover business-related costs without tapping into your personal lines of credit.
If you also have a Chase Ultimate Rewards-earning card, like the card_name, card_name or the card_name, you can combine the points you earn on these cards to get the biggest impact on purchases you make through Chase’s Ultimate Rewards portal. To get even more value, you can transfer your Ultimate Rewards points to Chase partners like Hyatt and Jetblue. It’s an incredible offer for a limited time only.
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