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Yes, the Chase Ink Cash card does earn Ultimate Rewards points. More specifically, this card earns 1 - 5% cash back spent on purchases. The points can be redeemed through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal for cash back via statement credits, travel purchases, gift cards and more.
Ink Cash Ultimate Rewards points are worth 1 cent apiece when redeemed for everything except Amazon purchases, which give you only 0.8 cents per point. To redeem Ink Cash points through Ultimate Rewards, log in to your online account from the Ultimate Rewards portal, and you’ll see all of your redemption options at the top of the page.
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