Enhanced Chase offers in-branch for some


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Doctor of Credit is reporting some changes in signup bonuses on several Chase cards. Starting March 12, Chase will have some new offers in-branch on several cards starting on March 12th.  These offers are not open to everyone, but may be useful for some.

The Offers

Chase Ink Preferred

  • 100,000 points after $5k spend in 3 months
  • Annual fee NOT waived
  • Only available to business-managed customers
  • More information available at Doctor of Credit here.

Chase Ink Cash

  • Earn $500 cash back after spending $3k in 3 months
  • No annual fee
  • Only available to business managed customers
  • More information available at Doctor of credit here.

Also on March 12, the signup bonus on the Chase Sapphire Reserve will be decreasing to 50,000 points for most.  Chase Private Clients will have access to a 60,000 point offer.  Doctor of Credit has more information available here. The current 100,000 point signup bonus is still available in-branch through March 11th.

HT: Doctor of Credit

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I just came out of a Chase bank. The Ink Cash card is the only one available to you if you have Chase Total Business Checking ($1500 min balance to avoid $12 monthly fees, or have a linked Chase Private Client Checking or Chase Premier Platinum Checking). If you want the Ink Cash Preferred card, you need to have either the Chase Performance Business Checking ($50,000 min balance in account or linked business accounts, otherwise $20 monthly fee) OR the Chase Platinum Business Checking ($100,000 min balance in account or linked business accounts, otherwise $95 monthly fee). So while the Ink Cash Preferred card has a great 100K UR bonus, you have to be eligible with the right business checking account. For a small (very small) business, the Chase Ink Cash will be the way to go.


What are business managed customers?

Edward Crook

It looks like you have some interesting information


You are awesome. Advising us of the better offers available away from the blog’s credit card links is what earns trust with your users. Something that OMAAT clearly lacks in his ethics. All my regular credit card singups will be through your blog. Thank You 🙂