Can You Get More Than 1 Chase Ink Plus Card?

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Can You Get More Than 1 Chase Ink Plus Card?

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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!

Some folks who have the Chase Ink Plus card have asked if they can get a 2nd card and get the 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards point sign-up bonus.

Note: The Chase Ink Plus 70,000 point bonus offer ends on October 19, 2014.

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Some folks have reported success in getting 2 Chase Ink Plus cards for separate businesses.  Keep reading to find out how you can get 2 Chase Ink Plus cards.

Chase Ink Plus

Link:   Chase Ink Plus 

Link:   My review of the Chase Ink Plus 70,000 point offer

Link:   How to fill out a Chase business card application

You can get 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points from the Chase Ink Plus card when you spend $5,000 in the 1st 3 months.

The Chase Ink Plus is 1 of my favorite business cards because you get:

  • 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points per $1 you spend at office supply stores, and on cable, internet, and wireless purchases
  • 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points per $1 you spend at gas stations and hotels (booked directly with the hotel)
  • NO foreign transaction fees (great for using outside the US)

Emily and I have used our Chase Ultimate Rewards points to:

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Getting 2 Chase Ink Plus Cards

If you have 2 different businesses, Chase may allow you to sign-up for another Chase Ink business card for your other business.  Some folks on Flyertalk (as have I) have gotten 2 Chase Ink Plus cards for separate businesses.

However, a reader wrote in that he was denied the bonus on 2 separate businesses for the Chase Southwest cards because he had received the bonus in the past 24 months.  The terms for the Ink card say:

Previous cardmembers of this business credit card who received a new cardmember bonus for this business credit card within the last 24 months.

So if you didn’t get the bonus on the Ink card within the last 24 months, you should be able to get it again.  If you did get the bonus for a different business, it is unclear if you will get the bonus again.  You used to get it historically, but I don’t have any recent experience.

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The previous version of Chase Ink cards were MasterCards, but the current versions are Visa cards.  Folks report being able to get the bonus again if they previously had a MasterCard, but applied for a Visa version.

Increase Your Chances to Get Approved for a 2nd Chase Ink Plus Card

Chase (and other banks) look at different factors when determining if you’re approved for a credit card.

To help increase your chance of approval, you should:

The 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points on the Chase Ink Plus is a great sign-up bonus.  But be careful that you don’t get your Chase cards shut down.

Bottom Line

Because of the 70,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points sign-up bonus on the Chase Ink Plus card folks have been asking if they can get multiple Chase Ink Plus cards.

Yes, you can get more than 1 Chase Ink Plus card!

The Points Guy and Traveling Well For Less were approved for 2 Chase Ink Plus cards for separate businesses.

You can qualify for a business card as a new business.

What has been your experience applying for a 2nd Chase Ink Plus card?

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I’ve had success with this offer still being live! No need to use the link below, but I’d greatly appreciate it!

https://applynow.chase.com/FlexAppWeb/renderApp.do?PID=CFFD2&SPID=FBGY&CELL=6LDR&MSC=1513202664

From my recent experience there are no revenue requirements etc – I have now twice been approved for a business card and none of the companies, Amex and Chase, have asked for any info on my “business” which is right now just a thought and not up and running

Just another method for getting credit out the door

I just wanted to say thanks once again for your blog. Thanks to your perfectly thought-through posts on multiple business cards and reconsideration conversations, I had the confidence to boldly apply for my second Ink Card (70k!!) and was perfectly prepared for the Reconsideration discussion. The rep said I would have to have it officially signed off by his Manager tomorrow but that he was recommending me for approval (despite my business being a start-up with no prior revenues).

All this x2 since I was able to convince my parents to apply for a card as well. Really appreciate you and these blogs that flesh out the burning “what ifs” and how to best go about pursuing them. Thanks so much!!

I was actually denied the Ink card on Friday. The rep asked me a few questions regarding my address, business revenue for past, this & next year; profit in the past, projected this and next year. I didn’t know there was a revenue requirement. The rep stated the min amount of credit given is $5k on the card and your business needs to sustain that. If a person has a small side business, it is quite reasonable for one not to reach over $5k in revenue per year. Any suggestions or thoughts for a reconsideration phone call? Thanks.

Regarding statement : “So if you didn’t get the bonus on the Ink card within the last 24 months, you should be able to get it again.”

Do you know if it is 24 months from application approval or cancellation?

THANKS as always!!!

keep in mind that banks do not ask for net business income, they ask for gross income, any real business had better be grossing more than $5k otherwise what’s the point

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