Sky Is Not Falling With Rewards Sign Up Bonuses


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The sky is not falling with Chase Ultimate Rewards. We enjoyed the Ultimate Reward sign up bonus with the Chase Sapphire Preferred. And we’ve certainly enjoyed earning points from the Chase Ultimate rewards mallearning 5% Ultimate Rewards with the Freedom Card, finding the option to transfer 90,000 points for a business class ticket to French Polynesia and providing an update on how to book the award.

We recently took a look at the 50,000 sign up bonus with the New Ink Bold credit card from Chase and added it to our wallet.

Sky Is Not Falling With The Chase Ink Bold 50k Point Offer

While the Chase Sapphire Preferred offers a 40k sign up bonus, the Ink Bold credit card for businesses is still offering 50k Ultimate Reward point sign up bonus. You can still earn 50k bonus points with a business card through the New Ink Bold.

  • 50,000 bonus points after meeting minimum spending requirements
  • Application link is located here
  • Transfer points to partners at a 1:1 value
    • Amtrak
    • British Airways
    • United Airlines
    • Hyatt Gold Passport
    • Priority Club
    • Korean Airlines
    • Marriott
    • Southwest

Bottom Line

The Sky is not falling with Chase Ultimate Reward sign up bonuses. The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card bonus is now 40k.

Even though we don’t see the New Ink Bold 50k sign up bonus going down or up anytime soon, we needed a business card and it fit what we were looking for in a sign up bonus.

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