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You can get the Ink Cash referral bonus by inviting other business owners to apply for this card. To invite people to apply for the Ink Cash, you must register online for Chase’s Refer-A-Business Program.
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.
How to get the Ink Cash referral bonus:
- Register for the Refer-a-Business program. You can register online or through the Chase mobile app. You’ll need to enter your name, zip code, and the last 4 digits of your Ink Cash number to get started. Once registered, you should see your referral link and a list of options for sharing it.
- Share your referral link. Click the “Copy Link” button and send your link through text, e-mail, or social media. You can also copy the referral link and send it via email. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, you can post a general invitation link, too.
- Wait for your referrals to be approved. When a referral is approved for the Ink Cash using your referral link, you’ll receive 20,000 bonus points. If they are denied, you won’t receive the bonus. Rejected applications do not count against your five annual referrals limit.
- Collect your bonus points. Your bonus points will post to your Chase Ultimate Rewards account within two months of your referral’s application being approved.
Chase may also offer you a chance to earn a referral bonus for referring other Ink Business credit cards, including the Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card and the Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card.
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