The Disappearing Chase Ink Bold

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    The Chase Ink Bold is the sibling of the Chase Ink Plus – both have the usual offer of 50,000 points as a sign-up bonus, both have a $95 annual fee, both offer 5x points at office stores and 2x points on telecommunication payments as well as hotels and gas stations. The only real difference between the two cards is the fact that that the Chase Ink Bold is a charge card (cannot carry a balance) and the Chase Ink Plus is a credit card (can carry a balance). Real World Difference – Application Link – Chase Ink Bold – 50,000 Points After Spending $5,000 in 3 months Like many people, I have both cards. The advantage of having a Chase Ink Bold compared to the Chase Ink Plus is that the Bold, as a charge card, does not have a credit limit but rather a credit line that can move based on your transaction needs. In my case, my allowable limit is more than three times the actual credit limit on my Chase... The post The Disappearing Chase Ink Bold appeared first on Running with Miles.

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