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Chase opens and closes its refer-a-friend program on different cards at different times. It’s currently open for Chase Ink cardholders to refer people for all three varieties of Ink cards which means that you can earn 20,000 Ultimate Rewards in addition to the person you’re referring getting the higher 75,000 or 100,000 bonus point welcome bonuses right now.
- Earn 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points when referring a new person to a Chase Ink card from a Chase Ink card.
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- Person referring receives 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points, with a limit of 100,000 points earned via referrals per calendar year.
The particularly great thing about these refer-a-friend offers is that the person being referred will receive a link to the increased offers across the Ink range of cards right now.
The Chase Ink Business Unlimited and Ink Business Cash cards are offering 75,000 Ultimate Rewards when spending $7,500 in the first three months, while the Ink Business Preferred welcome offer gives 100,000 Ultimate Rewards on $15,000 of spend in the first three months.
If you referred a household member, that means you’d earn more than 100,000 Ultimate Rewards combined on the Unlimited and Cash cards once taking into account the points earned from meeting the minimum spend requirement, while you’d have 135,000+ combined points if referring them to the Ink Business Preferred card. That’s a huge haul of points if you both get to benefit from all the points being earned.
What’s even more useful is that if you can refer from any flavor of Ink card to any other Ink card – the person referring doesn’t have to apply for the same variety that you have. That even goes if you only have the old Chase Ink Plus card – you can still refer people to the Ink Business Unlimited, Cash and Preferred cards (although the Ink Plus card is no longer open for applications).
There had been reports earlier this year that Chase had tightened up on approvals for business cards, but that appears to have been loosened in the last few months as there have been numerous data points of people being approved for new business cards since then.