How To Transfer Chase Ink Cash Points

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A bit over a week ago, Chase introduced its best ever sign-up bonus on the incredible no annual fee Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card. Specifically, the card is offering a sign-up bonus of $500 cash back (or 50,000 points) after spending $3,000 within three months. This is a fantastic sign-up bonus when you consider that the card has no annual fee and is also really lucrative. In the past the biggest sign-up bonus I recall seeing on the card was $300 (or 30,000 points).

Not only is this a phenomenal sign-up bonus that’s on par with some of Chase’s premium cards, but there are so many reasons to hold onto the card, including 5x points bonus categories, and excellent purchase, travel, and car rental coverage. In those post I wanted to talk a bit about transferring and redeeming points earned on the card, since the logistics of that seem to confuse many people.

The Ink Business Cash earns points, with each point being worth one penny cash back. As you’ll see when logging into your account, there are many ways you can redeem those points, including using points to shop, using points for cash back, using points for gift cards, or using points for travel.