You can transfer points to Chase airline or hotel programs, although the value of the rewards will be different. So be sure to check if the transfer points make sense (more information about the transfer values below). Here are the Chase airline transfer partners:
- Aer Lingus AerClub
- British Airways Executive Club
- Flying Blue Air France KLM
- Iberia Plus
- Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
- Southwest Airlines quick rewards
- United Airlines MileagePlus
- Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
The Chase hotel transfer partners are shown below:
- World of hyatt
- IHG Rewards Club
- Marriott Awards
As an example, we have found that United miles are worth 2 cents. Actual value will vary based on the cost of the flight and the number of miles for a reward ticket. However, at a value of 2 cents per mile, the 3x rewards on the Chase Ink Business Preferred credit card have a value of 6x. Your mileage may vary (pun).
Potential of Rewards
The potential for rewards for the Chase Ink Business credit card will depend entirely on how you use the card and whether the business expenses you place on the card cross the $ 150,000 threshold.
If you spend $ 2,150 per month (assuming all these purchases earn a 3x reward rate), you will earn 6,450 points monthly, or 77,400 points annually. This example would also earn the registration bonus, which would raise the total for the first year to 157,400 points.
If these points are used to travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards, they would be worth $ 1,967.50 the first year. In subsequent years, the 77,400 points earned annually would be worth $ 967.50, far exceeding the annual rate.
The Chase Ink Business Preferred credit card does not offer introductory APR. The APR of the card is 17.74% – 22.74% Variable, based on its solvency.
Other benefits of the card
- Add free employee cards
- Travel cancellation and interruption insurance up to $ 5,000
- No foreign transaction fee