Chase Ink rewards for PayPal purchases are fairly low because there are currently no Chase Ink PayPal bonus rewards offers.
In the past, the Ink Cash card and the Ink Plus® Business Credit Card offered 5X Ultimate Rewards points when cardholders bought PayPal gift cards through eBay and the PayPal digital gift cards website. During that year, the Ink Plus® Business Credit Card card was discontinued, and the 5X points through PayPal gift cards got left behind along with it.
How to Use Your Chase Ink Card on PayPal
Although the PayPal bonus rewards are no longer available, Chase Ink cardholders can still link credit cards to PayPal and use PayPal to check out online at eligible websites. Purchases through PayPal with your Chase Ink card will earn the same rewards you’d get by paying directly with your card.
PayPal offers Pay with Rewards as well. That means Chase cardholders can use their Ultimate Rewards points when they purchase through PayPal. Points are applied as a statement credit for PayPal purchases, so once you complete the PayPal transaction, you’ll get the purchased item as well as a credit on your account.
To get a Chase Ink bonus, you must spend at least $6,000 within 3 months of opening an account. The bonus amount varies by card. Plus, you must not have earned a sign-up bonus on that same Ink card in the past 24 months. The Chase Ink account must also be in good standing for the bonus to be paid out.
Keep in mind that Chase Ink bonuses will post to a cardholder’s account...
The best Chase Ink benefits are a bonus of up to 100,000 points for spending $8,000 in the first 3 months, up to 5% cash back on purchases, and free employee cards. Other top Chase Ink benefits include referral bonuses, purchase protection, extended warranties on purchases, and travel insurance coverage.
It’s worth noting that there are five Chase Ink business cards, four of which are available to new applicants:
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...
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