The Chase Ink Business Premier card now has a $1,000 bonus offer available. You’ll need to spend $10,000 on purchases in the first 3 months after account opening to be eligible for the bonus.
Update 3/7/2023: Chase increased the referral bonus on INK cards from 20,000 to 40,000 points. You can earn up to 200,000 bonus points per year by referring friends. Read more here.
Update 11/9/2022: The bonus offer is available through referrals as well. The referrer will earn 20,000 points per qualified referral.
Ink Business Premier is great for businesses that have a large spend.
Overall, I’m not sure the card is worth the $195 fee. However, those who spend a lot could benefit nicely from the 2% – 2.5% cash back rate. The bonus is, of course, great.
Chase Ink also has a range of other products for business owners that are made to meet their different needs. This includes Ink Business Cash and Ink Business Unlimited, which are offering their best cash-back deals to date.
Here are some details on the Chase Ink Business Premier card
- $1,000 bonus cash back after spending $10,000 in the first three months after opening an account
- 2% cash back on all purchases
- When you spend $5,000 or more, you get 2.5% cash back
- Get 5% cash back on travel purchases through Chase Ultimate Rewards
- The $195 yearly fee is not waived the first year
- The card is basically a charge card, which means you have to pay it off in full every month. However, they also offer “Flex for Business,” which is a pay-over-time feature that lets you carry a balance like a regular credit card.
- No fees for foreign transactions
- There are no fees for extra employee cards.
- Protection for cell phones, up to $1,000 a year (with a $100 deductible)
I kind of think moneysmylife is quite sketchy as the matter he along with other sites similar including pintrest, convieniently leave the mybambu promo of sign up get $10 refer and get $15, except that you follow his directions and the end result is you then learn “oh the free $10 has been discontinued but you can refer a friend for the $15” guess what by this time you’ve done all the work and got no $10 but since you only find out after you sign up that gives these folks their $15 referral so by that time they don’t really give a crap that you got nothing more than to give your personal financial and private data to a group that you’ll find are maybe on the very rim of legal but wobbling toward the scamming Intentional misleading side more than not. then they show a ad for mybambu showing once referral verifies account and I’d you’ll be rewarded in 24 hours, but it turns out bambu says oh 15 to 17 days again, these guys don’t care they KNOW what’s happening its part of strategy they get rewarded and don’t have to do a thing but when it’s again time you do referral and follow all rules, there’s yet again a delay. so you get screwed twice and if anyone pays a pymt to bambu they want it instantly and they don’t wait 15 days without including penalty fee intrest etc and then if no payment there’s agencies that will assist them to take something from you, but when they do not deliver as they want you to, not one person can or will hold them to it they know they have all the control and nothing anyone can do to them. it’s not only website thieves that own the banks it’s now also the promoters for them, they will get you first then they’ll hand you down the line for the others to grab any they can. and it’s not just that moneysmylife got the bonus I did the work, now they are going to do it on referral bonus also, I guess his site surely describes his actions, “I will trick anyone as quick ND often as I can and I don’t care what I have to do to do it, I care nothing about honesty morality ethics decency or anything “moneys my life” and It’s one clearly that thrives at the lowest level possible and feeds on any and every other life form that dares trust coming within sight of them. I would strong encourage anyone to proceed with him and mybambu with the greatest caution and suspicion as you would in the presence of a snake and Satan. I can barely see the name mybambu or moneysmylife without thinking instantly someone’s about to be chewed up and spit out when I see email or ads where either of the 2 are preying and lurking.