Chase Launches Waitlist for New Ink Business Premier Card

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Last updated on April 6th, 2023

Chase has launched a waitlist for the upcoming Ink Business Premier Card. The card has been anticipated for some time. It is available for in-branch application, but the official web launch appears set for the beginning of February 2022.

Chase Adds Waitlist for New Ink Business Premier Card

The new Ink Business Premier Visa Signature business card from Chase is one step closer to its official launch. The banking giant has added an online waitlist for the hotly-anticipated card, with the timer set to reach zero by  February 5, 2022.

Chase’s latest small business credit card will be a charge card, meaning account holders will be required to pay in full each month. Fortunately, Chase is adding its popular Chase Flex for Business feature – standard with all Chase business cards (and similar to the My Chase Plan on Chase personal credit cards). The card will also feature no foreign transaction fees, complimentary employee cards, and Visa Signature travel benefits, including:

  • Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance and Trip Delay Reimbursement
  • Baggage Delay Insurance
  • Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver

Impressive Cash Back Rewards

The Ink Business Premier is set to be one of Chase’s most lucrative small business credit cards, thanks to an impressive sign-up bonus and cash back earning potential. New applicants receive a $1,000 statement credit after using their new Ink Business Premier to make at least $10,000 in purchases within the first three months from account opening.

And here is a quick breakdown of how the Ink Business Premier earns cash back rewards:

  • 5% cash back on travel booked through Chase Ultimate Rewards, including airline tickets, hotel accommodations, car rentals, activities, and cruises
  • 5% cash back on purchase totaling $5,000 or more
  • 2% back on all other eligible purchases

The card features a $195 annual fee, which Chase does not wave for the first year.

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