Chase Ink 70K In-Branch Offer Extended

chase ink plus 70k in branch

According to data points on Reddit, Chase has extended their in-branch 70K offer for the Chase Ink Plus card through August 20. This is the best known offer for this card.

The Offer

70,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months after account opening.

Need to Know

  • This offer is only available if you apply for the card in-branch.
  • The Chase Ink Plus is a business card and requires a business to apply.
  • The $95 annual fee is waived for this in-branch offer.
  • This card may be subject to the Chase 5/24 rule.

For more info on 5/24 see, Breaking 5/24 & Flying under 5/24

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till when?


How stringently is the “business required” aspect enforced when applying for a business card in a branch?


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I went into a branch. I had my tax ID, my social security number, my 2 Chase personal accounts, and asked to apply for the business card. The employee told me I can not apply for a business card with only a federal tax ID, and that I have to have my “sole proprietorship” registered with the state. All I am doing is selling trinkets on ebay. Is it true there is no way to apply for a business card, if the business has only a tax ID and is not incorporated or registered as a DBA? It seems to me that other people have gotten the card with only the tax ID papers.

Mark Rex

Anyone got an answer to this here yet?
Also I realize this it out of data but are their any bonus points for applying in branch compared to online right now?