Or, consider other cards for 50,000 or more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
$750 for air / hotel / car bookings. Or transfer points to United, Southwest, Hyatt, and more.
No annual fee.
The Chase Ink Plus card for business owners is back with an increased introductory offer.
There is a $95 annual fee, not waived the first year.
Is this a good deal?
The Ink Plus at 60,000 points is a bit short of its recent 70,000 point high, last seen online in late 2014, though we’re not banking on that deal returning any time soon.
And just before this deal, the offer was for 50,000 points with the first year annual fee waived.
But with the bigger 60,000 point deal you have to pay the $95 annual fee up front.
If you plan to travel travel you can use the extra 10,000 points for $125 worth of travel booked via the Chase Ultimate Rewards website. So it’s not hard to break even or do a bit better than the old offer.
And if you’re saving up for a high value award with Chase Ultimate Rewards travel partners like United MileagePlus, then it can be a good deal to get in on the offer now.
How does the Ink Cash fit in?
The Ink Plus and Ink Cash overlap quite a bit when it comes to spending category earning even though the Ink Cash has no annual fee.
Both earn 5x points on office supply store, cell phone, landline, internet, and cable TV purchases.
And both earn 2x points on gas purchases.
Where do they differ?
So the Ink Cash is a great business companion if you already have a Sapphire Preferred for personal expenses.
You get the 5x on office supplies / telecommunications, and 2x on gas and restaurants for no annual fee.
And you can combine your points with your Sapphire Preferred and transfer them to real airline miles and hotel points with Ultimate Rewards point transfer partners like United MileagePlus, Southwest Rapid Rewards, and Marriott Rewards.
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