A Chase Ink Plus 70,000 Point Sign Up Offer Available!

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It has been reported by many that there is a 70,000 point sign up offer available for the Chase Ink Plus credit card. This is a great offer for a card that is typically 50,000 points, but it required going into a Chase bank to apply. Unfortunately there is no publicly available link available as of right now.  You can learn more about the Chase Ink Plus credit card here.

The main difference between this offer and the ongoing 50,000 point offer that you’ll find online is that the enhanced offer does not waive the $95 annual fee the first year. So ultimately you are “paying” $95 for 20,000 points. While I hate paying an annual fee, especially the first year of card membership, I personally think this is well worth it.

I happened to be in my local Chase this past Wednesday and did not see this offer advertised, but if you are interested I suggest heading over and asking a representative about the offer. As far as I know, there is no set expiration date for this offer, but I wouldn’t sit on it for awhile.

If you are new to the Chase Ultimate Rewards program (which is the point currency for this card), you can learn more about it in this prior blog series:

Let me know if you’ve had any success applying for this offer in the branch!

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  1. My wife just applied for Ink Plus at our local Chase branch this weekend. You will not see any signage posted for the 70,000 point offer. Where you do see it is after you sit with a personal banker, they pull out the product placard, includes credit cards, and there it is. And at the bottom of the placard in bold letter it states that placard is for JPMorganChase internal use only, do not give to customers. But the offer is real. All paperwork printed out after application is submitted lists the Bonus UR points.

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