70,000 Ink Plus Offer – Happy Happy Hour

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Some say patience is a virtue. I would agree, especially when it comes to offers with the Chase Ink Plus. Earlier this year, there were plenty of write ups about the 60,000 bonus point offer for Chase Ink cards, which was a great deal in and of itself and one that I took them up on.  But those who’ve held out may be in for a surprise with this targeted offer. Chase is back with a 70,000 bonus offer for the Chase Ink Plus Business card.


What makes me happy? Earning tons of points and miles. I’ve already racked up hundreds of thousands of points with American Express offers, 140,000 points with the Ritz Carlton card, Gold Status and Free nights with Hilton, and Starwood Preferred Guest Points. But this offer adds points to a great flexible program with the ability to transfer to partners of Chase Ultimate Rewards.

How To Apply For The 70k Offer (Targeted)

  • Navigate to Chase’s website and enter your personal invitation number


Promotion Details

  • Earn 70,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Must respond by 9/15/2014
  • Invitation Code:
  • Offer Code: JQB

Bottom Line

This is a tough one. One one hand, I have the ability to apply for yet another 150,000 Business Platinum offer. On the other hand I have the ability to apply for this 70,000 Chase Ink Plus offer. These are First Class problems to have.

Which would you apply for? Why not both?

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