Frequent readers of this blog may have noticed that I’m a big fan of flexible points currencies. Thanks to Amex Membership Rewards points and Chase Ultimate Rewards points, I’ve been able to book some really memorable trips, be it Maldives, Rome, Udaipur or New Zealand. Currently, Chase is offering up to 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points on their business credit cards.
EARN UP TO 100,000 Ultimate Rewards POINTS
Earlier this week, I wrote about the amazing 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points offer on the Ink Business Preferred card. Similarly, Chase is also offering 90,000 points on their business credit cards with no annual fee as well!
In order to be able to transfer points for Chase’s Ink Cards, you need not have a credit card like the Ink Business preferred. If you earn points with the Chase Ink Business Cash or the Chase Ink Business Unlimited, you can then transfer them to your personal credit card accounts like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Once you do that, these points on the no annual fee Ink cards automatically become transferable points.
CHASE INK BUSINESS UNLIMITED
With this offer on the Chase Ink Business Unlimited card, you’ll earn a welcome bonus of $900 after you spend $6,000 in the first 3 months of card membership. While the offer says cash back, you’ll receive 90,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you meet the required minimum spend. You can then move these points to a credit card account that lets you transfer points out to Chase’s travel partners.
CHASE INK BUSINESS CASH
With this offer on the Chase Ink Business Cash card, you’ll earn a welcome bonus of $900 after you spend $6,000 in the first 3 months of card membership. While the offer says cash back, you’ll receive 90,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you meet the required minimum spend of $6,000. You can then move these points to a credit card account that lets you transfer points out to Chase’s travel partners.
THE PUNDIT’S MANTRA
Overall, these offers are fantastic if you’re looking to sign up for a business credit card. If you’re looking to avoid paying any annual fees, then the Ink Cash and Ink Business Unlimited card offers are fantastic as they net you 90,000 points instead of the 100,000 points with the Ink preferred without having to pay any annual fee.
Chase points are extremely valuable in my opinion as they transfer to their partners at a 1:1 ration. Every now and then, Chase also runs transfer bonuses with certain partners. I frequently transfer them to World of Hyatt to book some really memorable stays.
Which is your favorite transfer partners in the Chase Ultimate Rewards program? Tell us in the comments section.