Chase Ink Preferred vs. Chase Ink Cash – Battle of the Business Cards

Chase currently offers two rewards cards for small business owners, the Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card and Ink Business Preferred℠‎ Credit Card. Both cards offer top benefits and return on spend, featuring well thought out bonus categories and spending thresholds, and providing business owners the ability to earn a ton of Ultimate Rewards points on business expenses.


Chase Freedom Credit Card Review

The Chase Freedom is one of a handful of rewards cards straddling fixed-value and transferable rewards. As a standalone card, the Chase Freedom is a fixed-value rewards card featuring 5% cash back on quarterly revolving bonus categories, and 1% on all other purchases.

Earn United Miles for Filling up with BP

United and BP have partnered up and you can now earn United miles every time you buy gas from BP. To sweeten the deal, you will also receive 200 bonus miles for signing up and making your first purchase.

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Chase Freedom Q1 2018 5% Bonus Registration Live

You can now register for the Chase Freedom 5% category bonus for Q1 2018. Bonus categories for Q1 2018 include gas stations, internet, cable, phone services, and for the first time, and far more interestingly, purchases made through a mobile wallet.


Travel Worth $1,000+ Without Searching for Award Availability

You would need to search far and wide for a better ‘bang-for-buck’ small business rewards card than the Ink Business Preferred℠‎ Credit Card. The card currently offers the highest available signup bonus of any Ultimate Rewards earning-card, an affordable minimum spend, a modest $95 annual fee, and includes top-value benefits such as cell phone insurance and primary CDW for rental cars used for business rentals.


Benefits of Booking Award Flights via the Ultimate Rewards Travel Portal

In addition to transferring to 13 airline and hotel partner programs, collecting Ultimate Rewards also provides access to the Chase Travel Portal. There, cardmembers can redeem points for a variety of travel including airfare, hotels, cruises, and car rentals. Each option can offer substantial value under the right circumstances.

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New No-Fee Uber Visa Card – up to 4% Cashback

Uber has introduced its new Barclaycard co-branded credit card, the Uber Visa Card. Oddly the card only offers 2X earning per $1 spent on Uber rides, but does have some other excellent perks including 4X earning at restaurants and no foreign transactions fees. The restaurant earning, and lack of foreign transaction fees are fantastic for a no annual fee card.