The best Chase credit card promotion has to be the Ink Business Preferred card’s 80,000-point initial bonus, worth $1,000 in travel. All you have to do to earn it is spend $5,000 in the first three months your account is open. There are some great Chase credit card promotions for personal use, too. For example, Chase Sapphire Preferred gives you $625 in travel for spending $4,000 in three months, and Chase Slate offers 0% APRs on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. You even get a $0 transfer fee for the first 60 days. There are several other interesting promotional offers, as well, both business and personal.
Here are the best Chase Credit card promotions:
Ink Business Preferred. 80,000 bonus points (worth $1,000 toward travel) when you spend $4,000 in the first three months.
Sapphire Preferred: 50,000 bonus points (worth $625 toward travel) when you spend $4,000 in the first three months.
Sapphire Reserve. 50,000 bonus points (worth $750 toward travel) when you spend $4,000 in the first three months. Be careful of the $450 annual fee, though.
Freedom. 15,000 points ($150 cash back) when you spend $500 in the first three months.
Marriott Rewards Premier. 75,000 bonus points when you spend $3,000 in the first three months.
British Airways Visa. 50,000 bonus miles when you spend $3,000 in the first three months. 25,000 bonus miles when you spend $10,000 in the first year.
Chase Slate. 15 months of 0% APRs on balance transfers and purchases. No balance transfer fee in the first 60 days.
There might be other Chase credit card promotions, but these are definitely some of the best ones on the market. Plus, most of these cards have additional promotions for referring a friend. Just keep in mind that they call them promotions for a reason. Chase can change them at any time. So if you see something you like, go for it.
I think Sapphire Reserve has the best one atm. 50k points, and a bunch of other rewards. The annual fee hurts, but if you use the card often, you won't even feel it.
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