50,000 UR Points with Chase Ink Bold!
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It's back! Get a Chase Ink Bold card via this link and you'll get 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 in three months. That $5k will earn 1 point per $1 so you will add 5,000 extra points for a total haul of at least 55,000. Plus, you earn 5x points on office supply stores and phone, internet and TV services or 2x for gas and hotels. Hit your $5k at office supply stores and on phone, internet and TV and you'll have 75,000 UR points! As context, 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points can be redeemed for $600 cash back, $750 towards travel booked via Chase or they can be transferred 1:1 to partners like United or Hyatt. It's easy to get at least $1,000 in value via flights on United or rooms at Hyatt where the nicest rooms (such as Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Paris or Park Hyatt Maldives) can cost over $1,000 / night in cash but only 22,000 points. There's a $0 introductory fee the first year ($95 after that) and no foreign exchange fees. Note: Ink is a business card that can be used by individuals, like sole proprietors, which you are if you merely sell things on eBay, or members of an LLC . Simply select "sole proprietor" for "type of business" and then enter your name as the legal name and social security number as the Tax ID number.
Sign up for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and get 40,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months. That's equivalent to $500 back in travel rewards for flights and more! Plus, when you add the first authorized user to the card, you will get 5,000 bonus points on any purchase made within the first 3 months. You'll also earn 2x the points on travel and at restaurants, and 1 point per dollar on everything else. There's even a 1:1 rewards point transfer for this card, which can be used with participating travel partners like United and Hyatt. For example, if you earn 1,000 in Ultimate Rewards points, this equals out to 1,000 partner miles/points. There is no foreign transaction fee and no annual fee for the first year (after that it's $95).