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Update: Offer is expired.
The word on the street is that the amazing 70,000 bonus point offer from the Ink Plus® Business Card will be expiring next week. The 70,000 bonus point offer means you can transfer those points to your travel partner of choice from Ultimate Rewards.
With Chase Ultimate Rewards points you can transfer to what I consider some great travel providers like:
- Amtrak Guest Rewards
- IHG Rewards
- Korean Air SkyPass (Delta Airlines Partner
- British Airways (American Airline Partner Airline)
- Marriott Rewards
- Ritz Carlton
- Hyatt Gold Passport
- United Mileage Plus
- Southwest Rapid Rewards
- Virgin Atlantic (Delta Partner)
- Singapore Airlines
Excluding what I consider a very generous bonus points, my favorite benefits of the card are:
- The 5X bonus points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on cellular phone, landline, internet and cable TV services
- Free Lounge Club Passes – Two Free Lounge Club Passes Each Year With Chase Card Renewals
- Ability to transfer Chase Points between accounts
- No foreign transaction fees
- Ability to transfer and redeem points in Korean Air Business Class and my second flight in Korean Air’s 777 smaller Business Class cabin. Also the ability to redeem for British Airways First Class (although it is better to redeem British Airways for short distance flights), but the British Airways First Class service is top notch.
- Ability to transfer and redeem points with Hyatt to stay in some great Park Hyatt’s like Park Hyatt Tokyo, Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Paris, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, Park Hyatt D.C. and Park Hyatt Chicago
If you are looking to pad your points and mile balances, I’d strongly consider the Ink Plus® Business Card which comes with a 70,000 bonus point offer after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. By one account, the limited time offer will go away next Friday, October 10th, 2014. This means, card applications that are submitted and approved by then may be eligible for the increased 70,000 bonus point limited time offer.
Mrs. Weekly Flyer will be picking up this card before the limited time 70,000 bonus point offer goes away next week. Will you?
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