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Sneak Peek at New Chase Ink Chip Cards!

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Sneak Peek at New Chase Ink Chip Cards!

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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.

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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

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.

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

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

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?

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