Published on June 14th, 2017 | by William Charles18
[Dead] Chase Ink Cash/Preferred Cards Do NOT Contain Restrictive 24 Month Language (5/24 Rule Still Applies)
Update: The final page of the application now shows this language.
Chase currently offers two Chase Ink business cards:
- Chase Ink Cash ($300 sign up bonus after $3,000 in spend)
- Chase Ink Preferred (80,000 points after $5,000 in spend. Keep in mind this 100,000 offer also doesn’t include the 24 month language according to readers)
If it’s been more than 24 months since you’ve received a sign up bonus for a card then you’re eligible for the sign up bonus again
Currently when applying through the Chase site (referral links do contain this language), these cards do not contain that language. That means if you’ve received the bonus within the last 24 months you should still be able to get the bonus on this card. Keep in mind that the other restrictive Chase rule (5/24) still applies to this card, so most people still won’t be eligible.
This is actually huge if you’re under 5/24 though, not only can you get the bonus again but as these are Chase business cards they do not count towards your 5/24 total. Keep in mind that you won’t be approved for the card if you already hold it and it’s usually a good idea to wait between closing and opening a new account. I’d also recommend double checking to ensure this language hasn’t been added before applying.
Hat tip to /r/churning