Chase has launched the new Chase Ink Business Premier credit card. The new business card earns up to 2.5% cash back on purchases. It is available to all eligible businesses, both online and in-branch, and charges a $195 annual fee.
Chase Launches “Pay in Full” Chase Ink Business Premier
The Chase Ink Business Premier is the only 2% cash back credit card available in the market that also offers an unlimited 2.5% large purchase bonus on all expenditures over $5,000. For business owners with significant spending, that means more cash back that can be reinvested into their business to grow and scale.
The Chase Ink Business Premier is Chase’s first “pay-in-full” business card. The card provides access to increased spending power, rich rewards, and premium benefits for businesses that prefer to pay their balance in full each month. However, for those customers needing more flexibility, Premier’s built-in Flex for Business feature gives cardholders the ability to pay for eligible purchases over time with interest.
Chase Ink Business Premier is an embedded metal card with an annual fee of $195, which is easily offset by the card’s lucrative reward offers. Eligible new accounts also earn $1,000 cash back on $10,000 in business purchases in the first three months of account opening.
Additional Chase Ink Business Premier benefits include:
- Turning all business expenses into rewards. Unlimited 2% cash back on every purchase.
- Larger rewards for larger purchases. Unlimited 2.5% total cash back on every purchase of $5,000+.
- Making business travel more rewarding. Unlimited 5% total cash back on travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
- Add employee credit cards with confidence. Monitor spending on employee credit cards for no additional cost with digital tools like purchase alerts, spending limits, and reporting.
- Premium benefits and protections. Fraud, zero liability protection, and cell phone protection up to $1,000 per claim, with a maximum of 3X per year.
Live for All After a Soft Launch in 2021
The Chase Ink Business Premier credit card was unveiled to select customers in a December 2021 soft launch. The card combines premium rewards, greater spending potential, and built-in flexibility to meet the needs of businesses with higher spend. According to survey data from Chase, business owners have emphasized the noteworthy benefits of using the card for larger unexpected purchases, including scaling their inventory.
“Business owners work hard, and we want their business credit card to work just as hard for them. This card helps owners to grow their business while also being rewarded along the way,” said Jenny Shum, General Manager of Chase Ink, in a press release. “Over the last year, our business customers have affirmed that the card’s rich rewards, increased purchasing power, and payment flexibility have been instrumental in allowing them to scale their businesses. We’re excited to see all the ways they will use the Chase Ink Business Premier credit card to reinvest in their businesses and build something bigger than they ever imagined.”
About Chase Ink
Chase Ink Business Premier rounds out the Chase Ink portfolio with premium card benefits designed for larger-sized businesses and their unique spending needs. Chase Ink’s full suite of products also includes Chase Ink Business Preferred®, Chase Ink Business Cash®, and Chase Ink Business Unlimited®. Each is uniquely designed to maximize benefits for specific business owner needs.
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