You cannot use Chase Ink with Apple Pay. More than 30 other Chase credit cards and debit cards work with Apple Pay, but Chase hasn’t connected their business credit cards to the platform yet. And the Chase Ink cards are all for small business owners.
The fact that you can’t use Chase Ink credit cards with Apple Pay isn’t too surprising. No business credit cards – from any issuer – worked with it until just last year, when U.S. Bank became the first to connect its commercial (business) cards. But now a few other issuers have joined.
For now, though, you’ll only be able to use Chase’s personal credit cards, or a business debit card, with Apple Pay.
Here are the best Chase / business credit cards you can use with Apple Pay:
- Chase personal & business debit cards
- U.S. Bank FlexPerks Business Edge Travel Rewards Card
- Radisson Business Credit Card
- All Wells Fargo business credit cards
- All American Express business credit cards
- Capital One business credit cards (non co-branded)
- Chase Freedom
- Chase Freedom Unlimited
- Chase Sapphire Reserve
- Chase Sapphire Preferred
- Chase Slate
- Chase Amazon Card
- Chase British Airways Card
- Chase Hyatt Card
If you want to stick with Chase and use Apple Pay, your best bets are either to use a Chase business debit card or to get a personal credit card with a high limit like Sapphire Reserve and put your business expenses on that. Or, you can switch to another issuer and get a business credit card from U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, American Express or Capital One.
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