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Signing up for new credit cards can be one of the best ways to get a lot of points. It’s just so challenging to amass any appreciable amount of points when you’re only getting 1 or 2 miles per dollar spent. When you sign up for a new credit card, many cards offer a welcome bonus that allows you to really supercharge your points earning.

Chase Possibly Giving Bigger Bonuses In Branch Or Online

While the public offers for the various Chase Ink cards are quite nice (see below), I also recently read a few reports of Chase possibly giving out higher bonuses. Doctor of Credit wrote a post suggesting that in branch you might be able to access a $1500 offer for the Chase Ink Business Premier and a $1,200 offer for the
Chase Ink Business Unlimited. Miles to Memories further reported that some Chase clients were seeing these offers in their “Offers For You” section of their online Chase account

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Of course, it’s a total “your mileage may vary” on these offers, but it may be worth checking.

Other Chase Ink Offers

If you don’t have access to any of these elevated Chase Ink offers, the current public offers for the 4 different Chase Ink cards are all pretty good anyways:

(SEE ALSO: Which Chase Ink card is best? (up to $1,000 or 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points))

Good luck and happy miles and points-ing!


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