70,000 Points Chase Ink Plus Offer Extended!

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Update:   The Chase Ink Plus 70,000 point offer is no longer available, but check Hot Deals for the latest offers!

You can still get 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points from the Chase Ink Plus card because the offer has been extended to October 19, 2014.

70,000 Points Chase Ink Plus Offer Extended

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Although we were told the 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards point offer on the Chase Ink Plus card would end on October 10, 2014, Chase has extended it until October 19, 2014.

Whew!  This is great news if you’re a procrastinator like I am…sometimes.

Chase Ink Plus Card

Link:   Chase Ink Plus 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards point offer 

Link:   How to fill out a Chase business card application

The usual sign-up bonus on the Chase Ink Plus card is 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months and a waiver of the $95 annual fee for the 1st year.

With this offer, you get 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points!  However, the $95 annual fee is NOT waived.  It’s worth it to me to pay $95 for 20,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points.

You may also be able to refer a friend for the Ink Plus card and get bonus points for yourself!

By transferring those points to airline and hotel partners, you can get Big Travel with Small Money!

 Chase Ultimate Rewards Airline Transfer Partners 
British AirwaysFlying Blue (Air France/KLM)Korean Air
Singapore AirlinesSouthwestUnited Airlines
Virgin Atlantic
 Chase Ultimate Rewards Hotel Transfer Partners 

There are many ways you can use the 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points bonus:

The Chase Ink Plus is a business credit card.  And you might have a business without knowing it!

Having regular yard sales, caring for kids, or taking photos could qualify you as a business.  Even blogging can be considered a business.

Bottom Line

The 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points from the Chase Ink Plus card offer has been extended to October 19, 2014.

You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to airlines and hotels, like United Airlines, Korean Air, and Southwest.  You can even take a cruise!

Simple activities could qualify you for business cards, like writing a blog.

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7 responses to “70,000 Points Chase Ink Plus Offer Extended!

  1. Pingback: Reprieve! Six More Days to Pick Up 70,000 Bonus Chase Points? - View from the Wing - View from the Wing

  2. seems like the Refer a Friend link is not fully functional

  3. How many posts about Ink !!!
    Is there anything else to write about ???

  4. No kidding- it’s a shame how many blogs are bought and paid for by chase thesedays 🙁

  5. This card was my first denial in the points and miles game (have gotten approved for 7 cards so far this year). I tried to reconsider 3 times 🙁 and was very pleased with the last representative I got and our conversation, but he still would not approve me.

    Apparently 3 months of history with Chase isn’t enough to be approved for this card (although my credit history is at least 8 years or more with other banks). He said I need more time with the company even though my credit history is spotless and my business legit and earning $25,000 a year.

    I really wish there was a disclaimer saying you need to be a tried and true Chase customer to get this card.

    If anyone has any ultra insider tips on how to get approved, I’d love to hear it, but the man said this simply was not possible.

  6. $25,000 a year? Is this a joke Justin. You will not be approved for an ink bold with 3 months history on chase with $25000 income a year.

    Stop supporting credit card shills and hold off applying until next year.

    Tip: MMS earns at least a benjamin from you every time you apply.

  7. It’s not a joke, my friend. Why be such a hater? It doesn’t hurt me to apply through his link at all, if he gains from it, all the better. I was going to try applying anyway since I’ve never had a business card.

    Be kind!