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- Jan 16, 2024 Credit Card Info, Credit Card Offers0 comments

Update: Offers expired.

Both the card_name and the card_name have the same welcome offer of 90,000 points after you spend $6,000 within the first 3 months. The offers are ending in two days so grab it fast!! The offers end on 01/18/24 at 9am EST! 

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Both cards have no annual fee and they both offer 0% APR for 12 months. So what is the difference between the two cards? 

The only difference between the two cards are the reward categories. Here are the details.

Category rewards for Ink Cash and Ink Unlimited

The card_name earns: 

1.5 points on all purchases (and 5 points on Lyft Rides)

The card_name earns:

5 points on up to $25,000 spent annually at the following categories: 

  • Office supply stores, (Staples, Office Depot, etc.) 
  • Internet, cable, and phone services
  • Lyft Rides

2 points on up to $25,000 spent annually at the following categories: 

  • Gas 
  • Restaurants 

1 point on all other purchases.

Which one is better?

Being that the only difference is the rewards, then choosing a winner will depend on which categories you plan on using the card.

If you spend a lot in office supplies stores then your best pick would be the card_name (earning 5 points). But if you’re planning on using the card for general purchases then the card_name would be better (earning 1.5 points on all purchases). 


Can't decide? Get both!

Chase is now approving people easily for both cards. You can get both and designate the card_name to pay your cell phone bills and for office supplies and earn 5 points, and get the card_name for other purchases. 

To learn how to get approved for both Ink cards, read this post.

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