Sneak Peek at New Chase Ink Chip Cards!

Disclosure: We get a commission for links on the blog. You don’t have to use our links, but we’re very grateful when you do. American Express, Barclaycard, Chase, and US Bank are Million Mile Secrets advertising partners. Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or endorsed by our partners. Here’s our Advertiser Disclosure.

Update:   The Chase Ink Bold card is no longer available for new sign-ups. 

The Chase Ink Plus and (no longer offered) Chase Ink Bold business credit cards will now be Chip & Signature.  I wrote about this before and now Chase has released images of the new cards.

Sneak Peek At New Chase Ink Chip Cards

With a Chip and No Foreign Transaction Fees, the Chase Ink Cards Are Useful When Buying Gifts Overseas

A New Look for the Chase Ink Plus & Ink Bold

There is an offer for 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points when you sign-up for the Chase Ink Plus card in a Chase branch.  Otherwise, the best offer currently online is for 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points.

And the Chase Ink Bold is available with a 50,000 point sign-up bonus.

When you have a Chase Ink Plus, Chase Ink Bold, or Chase Sapphire Preferred card, you can transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points to partner airlines and hotels.  This is 1 of my favorite ways to get Big Travel with Small Money!

Bottom Line

Here are my thoughts about the Chase Ink Plus and Chase Ink Bold moving to Chip & Signature technology.

* If you liked this post, why don’t you join the 16,000+ readers who have signed-up to receive free blog posts via email (only 1 email per day!) or in an RSS reader …because then you’ll never miss another update!

* If you liked this post, why don’t you join the 25,000+ readers who have signed-up to receive free blog posts via email (only 1 email per day!) or in an RSS reader …because then you’ll never miss another update!

Editorial Disclaimer: Neither the responses below nor the editorial content on this page are provided or commissioned by the bank advertisers, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertisers. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of the bank advertisers. It is not the bank advertisers’ responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

14 responses to “Sneak Peek at New Chase Ink Chip Cards!

  1. Oh lla la! Editor fail.

  2. I signed up last month for the 50k pts bonus and sent a message to chase asking if i could get the 70k (first year fee not waived).

    Didnt get 70k but they gave me 60k bonus with first year fee waived!

  3. Will I be able to apply these cards again if I had these cards before?

  4. I’ve had these cards for about a month already!

  5. I had the prior MC version of both. Applied and got bonus on the Ink visa recently so can confirm they are treated as different products

  6. I SMed Chase earlier in the month and got my Plus switched to Chip and Sig, the Bold however I was told would not change until mid september.

  7. Would love to have these points for a stay in Barcelona.

  8. Great promo
    Pick me please – will use them on a dream trip to London

  9. Chase just automatically switched by Ink Plus Mastercard to a Visa so now I am unable to apply for the Visa as a different product. I am so bummed about losing out of 50k points, is this happening to others? Is there anything that can be done?

  10. @sarah. I too had the same switch on Ink Plus and CSP. Don’t believe we can do anything. ;(

  11. is non-chip card vs. chip card a new product just like MC vs. VISA are considered new products?

  12. I don’t see ANY images of the new Chip and Signature Ink cards in this story. Is it posted? Using Firefox as my browser.

  13. I’ve received a chipped card for one of the au and the chip is not like the one pictured and not like on my amex