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Million Mile Secrets reader Dana comments:
I’m still pretty new to miles so wondering if I already have the AMEX Delta personal card and get approved for the AMEX Delta business card, will I still get the sign-up bonus? Or is it considered the same product?
The sign-up bonus on the AMEX Gold Delta personal, AMEX Gold Delta business, and AMEX Platinum Delta personal cards has increased to 50,000 Delta miles through September 8, 2014. To get the bonus, spend $1,000 in purchases with your new card within 3 months.
If Dana Already Has the AMEX Gold Delta Personal Card, Can She Still Get The Sign-Up Bonus for the AMEX Gold Delta Business Card?
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Some business cards have very good sign-up bonuses to get more Big Travel with Small Money!
Emily and I love the sign-up bonuses we’ve gotten from our business cards, and we use business cards to keep our personal and business expenses separate.
We Put Our Blog Expenses on Business Credit Cards!
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Update: This offer is no longer available.
American Express has relaunched the Enhanced Business Gold Rewards card and now offers 30,000 Membership Rewards points after spending $5,000 within 3 months.
In addition, you also get a statement credit for your 1st year of Amazon Prime membership which gets you unlimited 2-day free shipping on Amazon. Note that you have to complete the full minimum spending of $5,000 within 3 months to get the $79 Amazon Prime statement credit.
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Many business credit cards have large sign-up bonuses of 50,000 miles or points, so I’ve compiled a list of them!
How to Qualify for Business Cards
One of the big myths about business cards is that you have to be incorporated to get a business card. That’s not true! You can get cards as a sole proprietor (fancy way of saying that you’re a 1-person business), for a partnership, as well as if you have a LLC.
And you can get business credit cards for a start-up business, i.e for businesses which you are setting up.
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1. 60,000 Points Chase Ink Bold & Chase Ink Plus Ends Monday
Update: This offer has ended.
The 60,000 point sign-up bonus on the Chase Ink Plus® and the Chase Ink Bold® and the 25,000 point sign-up bonus on the Chase Ink Cash® and Chase Ink Classic ends very soon.
You have to spend $5,000 within 3 months on the Ink Plus and Ink Bold and $3,000 on the Ink Cash & Ink Classic to get the sign-up bonus.
I don’t know the exact time when the offers will end, so apply by tomorrow (Saturday) if you’re interested in the offer. See this post on how to evaluate limited time credit card offers to see if it makes sense to apply for the cards sooner or later. Banks are offering limited time offers and increasing and decreasing sign-up bonuses because they don’t want to be predictable. Continue reading