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A few readers have asked me if different partners or managers can get the 50,000 point sign-up bonus for the Chase Ink Bold for the same business using the same business tax ID number.
I don’t know what Chase’s official policy is, but Emily and I were both able to get the 50,000 point sign-up bonus for the Chase Ink Bold using the same Million Mile Secrets Tax ID number.
Over the past few months we both applied for and were approved for the Chase Ink Bold and the 50,000 point bonus posted to our accounts!
Of course, we also had to enter our social security numbers, since most small business cards require an individual to guarantee the credit extended to a business.
I like the Chase Ink Bold because of the great airline (United, British Airways & Korean Air) and hotel partners (Hyatt, Marriott, Priority Club, Ritz-Carlton) and because there are no foreign exchange fees for using the card outside the US. And 5X points on office store purchases can be quite useful too!
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