Chase Ink Preferred Card Best-Ever 100K Bonus Points Offer

Chase Ink Preferred Card Best-Ever 100K Bonus Points Offer

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Link: Apply now for the Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card with 100K bonus points

The Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card is arguably the best business credit card there is. The card has long had an exceptional welcome bonus, which I rank as the best bonus of any credit card. However, the minimum spending requirement to earn the bonus has recently been decreased, making the bonus easier to earn.

If you don’t yet have this card and are eligible, this is a fantastic time to apply. Let’s go over all the details of the card.

Chase Ink Preferred Card 100K bonus points offer

The Chase Ink Preferred Card has a welcome offer of 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $8,000 within the first three months. As a point of comparison, the card previously had the same bonus with a $15,000 spending requirement, so you can now unlock the bonus with just over half as much spending.

Personally I value Chase Ultimate Rewards points at 1.7 cents each, meaning the 100,000 points are worth $1,700 to me, which is massive. There are lots of great uses of Chase points, as they can be transfered to all kinds of useful airline and hotel partners.

Transfer Chase points to World of Hyatt

Who is eligible for the Chase Ink Preferred Card bonus?

The Chase Ink Preferred Card has pretty standard eligibility requirements, and follows Chase’s general card application rules:

  • Eligibility for the bonus on this card is unrelated to whether you have any other Chase card, including the other Chase Ink cards, like the Ink Business Cash® Credit Card (review) and Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card (review)
  • This card is subjected to Chase’s 5/24 rule, which is to say that you generally won’t be approved if you’ve opened five or more new card accounts in the past 24 months (this excludes many business cards)
  • You can generally be approved for at most one Chase business card every 30 days, so I’d make sure to observe that limit when applying

While Chase business cards can be tough to get approved for, they offer such fantastic bonuses and perks, so it’s worth the effort, in my opinion.

Read my guide to applying for Chase Ink Business cards.

Transfer Chase points to Virgin Atlantic Flying Club

Why the Chase Ink Preferred Card is worth it

The Chase Ink Preferred Card has a $95 annual fee, and offers all kinds of amazing perks that make it worth holding onto. Among other things, here’s what makes the card so valuable:

  • The card has an amazing rewards structure, as it offers 3x points on travel, shipping purchases, internet, cable, and phone services, and advertising purchases made with social media sites and search engines (on up to $150K in combined purchases every cardmember year)
  • The card offers a cell phone protection benefit, which can get you up to $1,000 per claim in cell phone protection against covered theft or damage (with a $100 deductible)
  • The card offers primary rental car coverage, which can come in handy if you rent cars with any frequency
  • The card offers valuable travel protection, in the event of irregular operations with your travel, delayed bags, etc.
  • Having this card allows you to maximize the value of the amazing no annual fee Chase Ink cards; this allows you to create a great Chase card trifecta, making it easy to maximize points

Read a review of the Chase Ink Preferred Card.

Earn 3x points on travel purchases with the card

Bottom line

The Chase Ink Preferred Card is one of the best business cards out there, and now the card’s huge bonus of 100K points is easier to earn. If you’re eligible for the card, I’d highly recommend applying. Not only does the card have a huge bonus, but it’s worth holding onto for the great rewards structure, excellent protection benefits, and the ability to maximize other cards in the Chase ecosystem.

Do you plan on picking up the Chase Ink Preferred Card with the current offer?

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  1. HW Guest

    Already had a CIC and CIP for many years, low but steady monthly spending on the latter, and have 4 Chase personal cards. I called a few days before to lower one personal credit limit, because I worried they will deny me based on too high of available credit. Today got instant approval for a new Preferred, could be good use for some Hyatt nights. Thanks Chase & Ben!

  2. MK Guest

    4 chase personal cards
    2 chase CIU
    2 chase CIC
    Card went into review and i was denied
    I called back 3 times and they cited my increased Credit limit, some late payments, and multiple accounts open with chase.

    my 30 day window is coming up next week and im not sure if i should reapply to CIP or just go back to CIC or CIU. (ive heard CIP app is a bit more strict)
    i have great credit score at 810- 820 and my business i apply as sole prop

  3. DaveS Guest

    I am 8/24 and was instantly approved for the card today. I have two other Chase cards (one business) that I actively use, one that I use occasionally and one that stays in the sock drawer.

  4. katie Guest

    I have excellent credit score (800+ and 2/24) with 2 Ink Cash (since 2017) and 1 Ink Unlimited (June 2022) cards for real estate business expense. I’ve applied for this card via a referral link this morning and it went to review.
    Will call Chase Business customer service at 1-800-453-9719 for application status affect the Referrer's 40K referral bonus if the card is approved after the call? Thanks in advance for your prompt response.

  5. Ryan Guest

    Instantly approved - my 10th active Chase card including 2 Ink Cash, 2 Ink Unlimited, and now this Ink Preferred. (4 personal cards, and also Marriott Business).

  6. Art_Czar Member

    @Ben - There are recent comments on FT and reddit claiming that monthly $10 GoPuff credits are now available on Chase Business credit cards. Could you confirm whether the GoPuff credits are available on the Ink Preferred too?

  7. Christian Guest

    What if you have the same Ink card? Can you get another?

  8. Andrew Guest

    Got mine with a 40k referral bonus from player too. 140k chase points is a pretty darn good haul.

    1. Jules Guest

      Were you instantly approved? P2 applied yesterday but got a pending review message.

  9. Eli Guest

    Love the picture arriving in Miami

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HW Guest

Already had a CIC and CIP for many years, low but steady monthly spending on the latter, and have 4 Chase personal cards. I called a few days before to lower one personal credit limit, because I worried they will deny me based on too high of available credit. Today got instant approval for a new Preferred, could be good use for some Hyatt nights. Thanks Chase & Ben!

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MK Guest

4 chase personal cards 2 chase CIU 2 chase CIC Card went into review and i was denied I called back 3 times and they cited my increased Credit limit, some late payments, and multiple accounts open with chase. my 30 day window is coming up next week and im not sure if i should reapply to CIP or just go back to CIC or CIU. (ive heard CIP app is a bit more strict) i have great credit score at 810- 820 and my business i apply as sole prop

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DaveS Guest

I am 8/24 and was instantly approved for the card today. I have two other Chase cards (one business) that I actively use, one that I use occasionally and one that stays in the sock drawer.

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