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I first saw this news over on Miles to Memories, but Chase is out with some targeted spending offers on certain business cards. It looks like you can get up to 45,000 bonus points with certain business cards. There are apparently two different offers – one offering 15,000 points for spending $15,000 and one offering 5,000 points for spending $5,000. Each offer can be done 3 times. Apparently these went out via email or postal mail, but you can also check to see if your Chase business card is eligible here.

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Chase Business Card Spending Offers

Here were the terms and condition of the offer I received, which was the 5,000 points for spending $5,000, up to a maximum of 3 times or 15,000 total bonus points.

  • To be eligible for this bonus offer, you must activate by 07/31/23 11:59 PM ET.
  • You will qualify for and receive your bonus if you make Purchases with your credit card that total an amount at or above the specified target amount during the promotional period.
  • Purchases posted to your account with a transaction date during the offer period are eligible for this offer.
  • Delays by the merchant, such as shipping, could extend the transaction date beyond the offer period.
  • Please allow up to 8 weeks after qualifying for bonus points to post to your account.
  • “Purchases” do not include balance transfers, cash advances, travelers checks, foreign currency, money orders, wire transfers or similar cash-like transactions, lottery tickets, casino gaming chips, race track wagers or similar betting transactions, any checks that access your account, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, and fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable.
  • Bonus can be earned 3 times during the promotional period for a total maximum bonus point accumulation of 15,000 bonus points.

Check the terms and conditions of your offer

Which Chase Cards Are Eligible?

I’ve seen reports of several different Chase business cards being eligible, including Ink cards, Hyatt business and IHG business cards. Personally, this was my experience:

  • card_name – 5,000 points after spending $5,000, up to 3 times
  • card_name – 5,000 points after spending $5,000, up to 3 times
  • card_name – my card was not eligible
  • card_name – my card was not eligible

I will probably plan to put some of my ongoing spend on the Ink Unlimited card, since that will now give 2.5 Ultimate Rewards per $1 spent, which is an excellent ongoing reward.

The Bottom Line

There are several targeted spending offers available for certain Chase business credit cards. You can get up to 15,000 or 45,000 bonus points, depending on which offer you receive.

You can check to see if your Chase business card is eligible here.

Did you get any of these Chase Business Card spending offers? Leave your experience in the comments below

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