Still waiting for the Chase Ink Business Reserve


When Chase unveiled their new Ink Business Unlimited card last year, I predicted that they weren’t done developing Ink cards (see: Chase’s new 50K offer and their evolving Ultimate Rewards lineup).  In that post, I published a nifty side by side table to show that Chase’s Ultimate Rewards business card lineup closely matches their consumer card line-up, but with one glaring omission: they don’t yet have an ultra-premium card like the Sapphire Reserve on the business side.

It’s been almost a year now, but with no sign of the ultra-premium Chase Ink Business Reserve.  Will it ever happen?  Maybe soon?

Here’s the chart again:

Card Features



No-Fee 5X Cards Freedom: 5X in rotating categories capped at $1,500 spend per quarter Ink Business Cash: 5X at office supply stores and on internet, cable and phone services, up to $25K spend per account year
No-Fee 1.5X Unlimited Cards Freedom Unlimited: 1.5X everywhere Ink Business Unlimited: 1.5X everywhere
$95 Preferred Cards with points worth 1.25 cents each towards travel and transferable to airline & hotel programs Sapphire Preferred: 2X travel & dining Ink Business Preferred: 3X travel and select business categories
$450 Reserve Cards: $450 per year with $300 per year in travel reimbursements. Points worth 1.5 cents each towards travel and transferable to airline & hotel programs. Sapphire Reserve


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