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As I shared yesterday, the Ink Plus Business card has upped its sign-up bonus from 50,000 to 60,000 points for a limited amount of time through 5/25/15. You can read all about the increased offer here, but perhaps the best part is that if you already have the Ink Plus you can get rewarded with bonus points for referring your friends to the card and the temporarily improved sign-up bonus!
You can receive 5,000 bonus points for each approved referral (up to 10) sent by 5/15/2015 as long as the recipient is approved and first uses their card by 8/25/15. The max number of bonus points you can earn is 50,000 points per calendar year.
The friends you refer will earn 60,000 bonus points after they have spent $5,000 on purchases in the first three months of having the account. Note that the referrals are not instant, so if your friends or family members are wanting to apply right his very second, this probably won’t work out. I love it that Chase is not only offering an increased sign-up bonus for the Ink Plus, but they are rewarding you for spreading that news!
Terms and Conditions:
You will receive 5,000 bonus points for each business owner you refer through this Refer-a-Business offer by 5/15/2015 (up to 10), whose First Use of the card occurs by 8/25/2015. Maximum bonus point accumulation for this offer is 50,000 bonus points. We may provide you with future opportunities to earn bonus points by referring fellow business owners to Ink Plus. You may earn bonus points up to the stated maximum for each offer, however, please note that if you take advantage of multiple opportunities within one calendar year that the maximum number of bonus points that can be awarded from all referral offers is 50,000 per calendar year. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks after each new cardmember’s First Use of the card for bonus points to post to your account. (“First Use” is a purchase, balance transfer, or any check that accesses the account, and does not include cash advances, cash-like charges such as travelers checks, foreign currency, and money orders, overdraft advances, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, or fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable.) Your bonus will appear on your statement as “Refer-a-Business bonus.”
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