Note: The Ink Unlimited is marketed as a cash back card, but it actually earns Chase Ultimate Reward points. On the next page, you will see a $750 cash signup bonus, but you would actually earn 75,000 points. Once the points are earned, you have several ways to use the points. One of the options is to convert points to cash, where 75,000 points converts to $750.
"New incredible offer! This is a no-brainer, great business card from Chase. A great bonus with no annual fees. Great 0% APR option, too. You can combine points with other cards that earn Chase Ultimate Rewards. We value this card at $850 because we value Chase points at 1.8 cents per point because of their value when transferred to travel partners like Southwest, United, Hyatt, or Marriott. Like the name says, you earn unlimited 1.5 points per $1 spent on all purchases. Note that unlike many Chase cards, this card does charge foreign transaction fees." - Zac
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