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Rumor: Chase plans to drop a new Ink Business credit card in the next few weeks
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Editors Note: The new card did not launch on 11/30 as we originally believed it would. We have received word that the launch has been delayed, but is still likely to happen in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available.
Sources have confirmed to us that Chase plans to drop a new Ink business card in the next few weeks. We anticipate this product to be called the Chase Ink Business Premier Credit Card.
At this point, details are scarce and nothing has been confirmed by Chase. Here’s what’s we know so far about the upcoming Chase Ink Business Premier Credit Card.
- Anticipated release date is November 30th or later
- Premium benefits for larger businesses with higher spending needs
- Increased spending power with more opportunities to earn points
I know that’s not much detail, but we’ll keep you updated as we know more. Just stay on the lookout for a new card opportunity. This one looks like the plan is to keep it especially favorable for businesses with larger spend.
We also don’t know how this will impact current Ink cards in terms of any changes. This is just a broad product announcement that is not currently announced by Chase to keep on your radar if you’re looking at any upcoming business cards in the next few weeks.
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