Get Ready For Chase Small Business Week – Special Offers, Free Card Reader and $150 in Google Adwords

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Chase is supporting National Small Business week and they are offering some deals along with their support. The week of June 17 – 21, 2013, Chase is offering special bonus offers on the Chase Ink Business Cards (Ink Bold® Business Card, Ink Plus® Business Card, Ink Cash® Business Card), a free Card Reader that allows you to accept payments from major credit cards directly from your phone and $150 in Google Adwords.


I use the Ink Plus® Business Card for business spending. I use it because of the generous spend bonuses like 5x points at office supply stores, cell phone, land line, internet and cable, 2x points at gas stations and hotels, and 1x points on everything else. But also it comes with an easy way to manage and keep track of my business spending. So I’m looking forward to seeing what offers are available the week of June 17 – 21, 2013. I was also considering picking up a free Card Reader with Chase Mobile Checkout. It comes with no set up fees but I need to do a little more research on transactions fees compared to other readers like SquareUp. SquareUp Card readers offer two pricing options. You can select either 2.75% per swipe or $275 per month. The $275 fee per month will be great for those who receive more than $10,000 in payments per month.


Chase Mobile Checkout

Chase Mobile Checkout is a little more complicated. The fees are per swipe and come with a monthly fee. The per swipe fees are based on the type of card processed.

  • 1.5% for debit cards
  • 1.77% for qualified (regular cards – think no rewards)
  • 2.89% for all American Express cards
  • 2.99% for mid point cards (typical rewards cards)
  • 3.49% for non qualified cards 3.49% (international or corporate)
  • Additional fees
  • $0.23 cents per authorization and a $7.95 monthly fee

Terms And Conditions

Free webinars: The statements, views and opinions that will be expressed during the event are those of the presenters and are not endorsed, or reflect the views or positions of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. or any of its affiliates. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. or any of its affiliates are not liable for any decisions made or actions taken in reliance on any of the information covered during the events. New Google AdWords Express customers only. Get $150 in free advertising when you spend $50 on AdWords Express. To get the credit, you must accrue at least $50 in advertising charges within 31 days of entering your promo code. Offer ends 12/31/2013. Google and AdWords are trademarks of Google Inc. and are registered in the U.S. and other countries. Ink Business Cards: Accounts subject to credit approval. Restrictions and limitations apply. Chase credit cards are issued by Chase Bank USA, N.A. See Ink Business Cards for pricing and rewards details. Chase Mobile Checkout requires a merchant account with Paymentech, LLC (“Chase Paymentech”) and the Chase Mobile Checkout application on your smartphone. Chase Mobile Checkout is available to U.S. Merchants accepting transactions within the U.S. only. Card reader operates exclusively with Chase Paymentech. Free card reader and no set-up fee offer is available to new customers only and early termination of the Merchant Agreement may require the repayment of all or a prorated portion of the set-up fee and card reader. All merchant accounts are subject to credit approval.

Bottom Line

It’s great to see Chase’s support for the National Small Business week and it’s going to be even better to hear what types of Chase deals they offer during that week. Stay tuned…

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  1. These deals seem very, very similar to the ones that are available to Chase Ink card holders at anytime via their Chase Ink Insider’s offers. If their are any differences between this Small Biz Wekk offer and the always available Ink Insider’s offer I’d love to hear about it.

  2. Any idea on what is meant by special offers on the Ink cards? Will these be limited-time enhanced bonuses, or bonus spending?

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