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This spring, Chase introduced a new Ink Business Card, meaning they now have three cards in that “family,” including the Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit CardInk Business UnlimitedSM Credit Card, and Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card. The best part about Chase’s portfolio of Ink Cards is that the three cards are complements rather than substitutes, so you can really maximize your rewards by having all three.

Personally I’ve had the Ink Cash for years, and picked up the Ink Preferred and Ink Unlimited in the past several weeks, so now have all three cards. I’ve gotten some questions from readers about the best way to go about acquiring all three of those cards, so wanted to share how I’d approach it in this post.

Chase Ink Card basics

Here are the basic details of Chase’s three Ink Cards:

Fees Earnings Rates
Forex Fee:

3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars

$0

Annual Fee

• 1.5x points per dollar spent

Forex Fee:

3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars

$0

Annual Fee

• 5x points on the first $25,000 of combined purchases per cardmember year on office supply stores, internet, cable TV, mobile phones, and landlines
• 2x points on the first $25,000 of combined purchases per cardmember year on restaurants and gas stations
• 1x on all other card purchases

Forex Fee:

$0

$95

Annual Fee

• 3x points on the first $150,000 of combined purchases per cardmember year on travel, shipping purchases, internet, cable, phone services, and advertising purchases made with social media sites and search engines
• 1x on all other card purchases