60,000 Ultimate Rewards Bonus for Chase Ink Plus Ending Soon

Feb 28, 2015

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A few weeks ago, Chase launched a limited time sign-up bonus of 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you get the Ink Plus Business Card and spend $5,000 in the first three months of account opening. That bonus is now set to end on Sunday, March 1, so if you’ve been thinking about applying, you have just a few days left.

Chase Ink Plus
Current Bonus: 60,000 points after spending $5,000 in 3 months.
Benefits: Earn 5 points per dollar at office supply stores, and on cell phone, land line, internet, and cable TV services (on up to $50,000 in spending annually), and 2 points per dollar spent at gas stations and on hotel accommodations (again, on up to $50,000 in spending annually). No foreign transaction fees. Ability to transfer points to 11 travel transfer partners, including United Airlines, British Airways, Southwest Airlines, Hyatt, and Marriott.
Annual Fee: $95 (waived the first year if you apply in your local branch).

The Ink Plus routinely makes my list of Top Travel Rewards Cards thanks to the earning potential of its 5x bonus categories, and the ability to send Ultimate Rewards to transfer partners. I list Ultimate Rewards points at 2.1 cents apiece in my most recent monthly valuations, so I value this sign-up bonus at $1,260.

For more information about Chase Ink Plus and how to make the most of Ultimate Rewards points, see these posts:

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