New Ink Bold Chase Card Offers 60,000 Bonus Points And A Great Way To Get Points For A Honeymoon

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Breaking: New Ink Bold Chase Card Offer. Earlier this month I mentioned how I was bulking up on Star Alliance miles this year. The new Ink Bold card by Chase is another way I’m implementing that approach. And for those of you looking for help with Honeymoon plans, you know who you are, these two cards are step one on my list.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card 40k offerInk Plus® Business Card 60k offer and Ink Bold® Business Card 60k offer is a great way to earn 160,000 points that can be used for airline tickets or hotel stays.

Transfer Partners

Transfer Partners include a number of airline and hotel partners. I don’t see equal value in transferring between these programs, so it would be nice to see transfer bonuses in the future.  All partners allow transfers at a 1:1 ratio. Transfer Partners include:

  • Amtrak
  • British Airways
  • United Airlines
  • Hyatt Gold Passport
  • Priority Club
  • Korean Airlines
  • Marriott
  • Southwest

Bottom Line

This card is a great business card option to supplement the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card. I’ve had a few requests to help with honeymoon plans. By signing up for these two cards, you’ll be taking step towards having flexible points towards your honeymoon.

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  1. Newbie Queston…Are these cards American Express Cards? We just got the Southwest Chase Visa so I’m guessing they won’t give these to us too.

  2. @Jana – No problem. They are Chase cards. There are reports that you can move your credit limits around with Chase. If you sign up and are being “reviewed” you can call the reconsideration line to ask about your credit moving options. Hope this helps.

  3. When a wife applies for her own credit cards, does she use just her income, or does she use her husbands (joint) income?

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