The Ink Business Cash® Credit Card no longer offers price protection. Chase discontinued the price protection benefit, which provided coverage up to $500 per item and $2,500 per year, for the Ink Cash card in August 2018. Prior to that, if a cardholder purchased an eligible item with the Ink Cash card and any retailer reduced the price of the item within the next 90 days, Chase would have refunded the difference between the purchase price and the sale price.
The Ink Cash card’s lack of price protection is not uncommon these days, as more and more cards have dropped the benefit. Recent advances in price-tracking technology have led to a dramatic increase in price protection claims, making the benefit too expensive for issuers to sustain.
Chase Ink purchase protection is a benefit that covers new purchases for 120 days against damage or theft, up to $10,000 per item and $50,000 per account, per year. The benefit provides reimbursement for repair costs or to replace a covered item. Full coverage applies to items purchased entirely with a Chase Ink business card and/or any earned reward points. Partial payments are covered only up to the amount charged. Chase Ink cards that offer the purchase protection benefit are Ink Cash, Ink Preferred, and Ink Unlimited.… read full answer
It’s important to note that not all purchases are covered under this benefit. Some exclusions to coverage are motorized vehicles, used items, antiques, and computer software. Purchased items that are misplaced without explanation, rather than stolen, are also ineligible for coverage. A comprehensive list of excluded items is available on the Guide to Benefits that you receive with your Ink Preferred card.
To file a Chase Ink purchase protection claim, call the Chase Benefit Administrator at 1 (888) 320-9956 or visit eclaimsline.com within 90 days of a covered loss. You must submit a completed claim form and any supporting documents within 120 days of the incident. You should be reimbursed within five business days after the claim is verified and all requested documents have been received.
Chase Ink approval odds are highest for applicants with a personal credit score of 700 or above, proof of business income, and fewer than five credit card accounts opened in the past 24 months. Chase Ink applicants also need to be at least 18 years old and have an SSN or ITIN, plus an Employer ID number, if applicable.… read full answer
Take note that Chase will review your personal credit history and consider factors such as outstanding debt, number of open accounts, recent credit inquiries, and bank account information, among others. However, the Chase pre-qualification tool, which allows applicants to assess their chances of being approved for personal Chase credit cards, is not available for Chase Ink business cards.
No, Chase Ink credit cards no longer offer price protection. Chase discontinued the price protection benefit, which provided coverage up to $500 per item and $2,500 per year, for the Chase Ink cards in August 2018. Prior to that, if a cardholder purchased an eligible item with Chase Ink business cards… read full answer and the same retailer reduced the price of the item within the next 90, Chase would have refunded the difference between the purchase price and the sale price.
The Chase Ink cards' lack of price protection is not uncommon these days, as more and more cards have dropped the benefit. Recent advances in price-tracking technology have led to a dramatic increase in price protection claims, making the benefit too expensive for issuers to sustain. If you're not tied to Chase as an issuer, feel free to check out some of the best credit cards for price protection.
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