Limited Time: Earn 5x Rewards on Chase Business Cards [Ink, Southwest & United]

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Chase has just announced a new targeted spending offer, that will help supercharge the points and miles earnings of anyone holding Chase Ink, Southwest, and United business cards. Here is a look at how the promotion works, what cards are eligible, and how much you can earn.

Earn 5x Rewards on Home Improvement and Shipping

Chase Spending Bonus
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Starting June 8, 2021, Chase Ink, Southwest, and United business cardmembers will have the ability to earn up to 5 total miles per $1, 5x total points, or 5% total cash-back on home improvement and shipping purchases on up to $10,000 in combined purchases!

To receive the bonus points, you must be targeted for the offer and opt-in by August 31, 2021. The 5x total includes your normal earnings in those categories plus the difference to bring it to 5x total points or miles per $1 spent.

Eligible Ink Business Cards

The Ink Business Cash® Credit Card, Ink Business Plus® Credit Card, Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card, and Ink Business Unlimited® Credit Card are eligible for this promotion.

Known as “the king of business credit cards,” the Ink Business Preferred card has a welcome bonus, valuable benefits, and earnings that are hard to beat:

Credit CardKey Benefits & Info
Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card

Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card
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  • Earn 100,000 bonus points after you spend $15,000 on purchases in the first 3 months.
  • $2,000
  • Earn 3 points per $1 on the first $150,000 spent in combined purchases on travel, shipping purchases, internet, cable and phone services, advertising purchases made with social media sites and search engines each account anniversary year
  • Earn 1 point per $1 on all other purchases—with no limit to the amount you can earn
  • 25% more value when redeeming points through Ultimate Rewards® travel
  • Good to Excellent Credit Recommended (670-850)
  • Annual Fee: $95

Must Reads: For more info on the Ink Business Preferred, see our guides on its benefits, 7 things to do as a new cardholder, and our full review. This is our favorite Chase business credit card.

Those who are able to hit the $10,000 in combined purchases threshold can earn up to 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points — worth $1,000 by our valuations. Better yet, if you have multiple Ink cards, you could earn up to 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points per card!

Eligible Southwest Business Cards

The Southwest Rapid Rewards® Performance Business Credit Card and Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Business Credit Card are eligible for this promotion.

Those who max out this promotion on their Southwest business card can earn up to 50,000 Southwest Rapid Rewards points — worth $650 based on our valuations.

Eligible United Business Cards

Lastly, the United℠ Business Card and United Club℠ Business Card are eligible for the promotion.

Maxing out the promotion on one of these cards will earn you 50,000 United MileagePlus miles — worth $800 based on our valuations.

What You Can Book With These Points

Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort
Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. Image Credit: Hyatt

With 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points, you could transfer them to the World of Hyatt program to book 2 free nights at a Category 6 property like the stunning Andaz Maui at Wailea.

For Southwest, 50,000 points are enough to get you a round-trip ticket to just about anywhere in the world that Southwest flies, as long as you are somewhat flexible with your dates. It could even get you 2 round-trip tickets if you have the Southwest Companion Pass!

Where could you go with 50,000 United miles? How about Australia? In fact, you’d need just 44,000 United miles to fly one-way from the U.S. to Australia, leaving you with some miles leftover for a future trip. We have more ideas to redeem your United miles for maximum value in our helpful guide.

Final Thoughts

If you’re a cardholder of any of the Chase Ink, Southwest, or United business cards, you’re able to rack up the points thanks to this latest promotion. But make sure you’re both targeted, and that you’ve opted in before you run out and start swiping so you can be certain you’ll be earning the 5x bonus.


The information regarding the Ink Business Plus® Credit Card and United Club℠ Business Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.


Jarrod West

About Jarrod West

Jarrod first became fascinated with the world of points and miles as the perfect way to visit dream destinations without breaking the bank. On his first major award trip, he spent 3 months traveling through Europe, financed nearly entirely with points; while flying in premium cabins and staying in 5-star hotels along the way. Now, he is on a mission to help others realize their travel goals and upgrade their travel experiences. Jarrod has been writing about credit cards and travel loyalty programs for 4 years, and his work has been featured by Travel and Leisure, Matador Network, Yahoo Finance, and U.S. News.

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  1. Is this qualified for a companion pass?

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