To get the Ink Cash sign-up bonus, you must spend $6,000 within the first 3 months of opening an account. The Ink Cash credit card bonus is $900. The bonus is advertised as cash back, but eligible cardholders actually receive Chase Ultimate Rewards points, redeemable for cash back, gift cards or travel purchases at a rate of 1 cent per point.
Once you meet the spending requirement, the bonus will post to your account within 6 to 8 weeks. Keep in mind, though, that there are certain requirements you have to meet in order to be eligible for the Ink Cash sign-up bonus.
Ink Cash Sign-Up Bonus Eligibility
- Your account has to be active and in good standing to be eligible.
- You will not be eligible for this introductory bonus if you currently have the Ink Cash credit card, regardless of whether you previously received the bonus.
- You also may not be eligible if it’s been less than 24 months since you last earned an initial bonus with a Ink Cash card.
It’s worth noting that, since Ink Cash has a $0 annual fee, the $900 bonus basically goes straight to your bank account.
Other Ink Cash Rewards & Bonuses
In addition to the sign-up bonus, the Ink Cash credit card offers 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent per year in combined purchases at office supply stores and on internet, cable and phone services; 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent per year at gas stations and restaurants combined; and 1% back on all other purchases.
With Ink Cash, you can also get a referral bonus for other business owners you invite to apply for the card. If someone you refer is approved, you’ll receive 20,000 bonus points, worth $200 cash back. You’re eligible for five referral bonuses (100,000 points total) each calendar year.
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