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10 Credit Cards With Limited Time Signup Bonuses Including 6 Card Offers Ending Within 3 Weeks

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–Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express
Regular signup bonus: 
$100 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months.
Limited time offer: $100 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months plus 10% cash back (up to additional $200) on purchases from Amazon.com within 6 months.
End date: 1/11/17.
Annual fee: None.
Spending categories: 3% cash back at US supermarkets (up to $6,000 per year), 2% cash back at US gas stations and department stores, 1% cash back elsewhere. Effective 11% cash back (10% promo rate plus 1% base cash back) on up to $2,000 of purchases from Amazon within 6 months.


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-Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express
Regular signup bonus: $150 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months.
Limited time offer: $150 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months plus 10% cash back (up to additional $200 cash back) on purchases from Amazon.com within 6 months.
End date: 1/11/17.
Annual fee: $95.
Spending categories: 6% cash back at US supermarkets (up to $6,000 per year), 3% cash back at US gas stations and department stores, 1% cash back elsewhere. Effective 11% cash back (10% promo rate plus 1% base cash back) on up to $2,000 of purchases from Amazon within 6 months.


-Chase Sapphire Reserve
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Regular signup bonus: 50K points for spending $4,000 in 3 months.
Limited time offer: 100,000 points for spending $4,000 in 3 months.
End date: 1/11/17.
Annual fee: $450
Travel credit: $300 annual credit travel credit every calendar year (effectively $600 back in your first cardmembership year of 2017 and 2018 which drops the actual out of pocket annual fee to negative $150 in your first year and $150 for subsequent years. Officially these are for bag fees, seat upgrades, and lounge passes/memberships. The credit is good for any kind of travel related spending including airfare, car rentals, hotels, Disney tickets, Cruises, subways, taxis, EZPass, and much more. Read a list of confirmed transactions that will trigger a credit here.
Spending categories: 3 points per dollar on all of the travel items listed in this post. Plus 3 points per dollar on dining including restaurants, fast food, coffee shops, bars, lounges, and cafes.
Redemption rebate: Hybrid points. Increases the value of all of your Chase points to 1.5 cents each towards airfare, hotels, car rentals, and more and allows all Chase points to be transferred to airline miles or hotel points.
Other benefits:
-Priority pass lounge membership with unlimited free guests.
-Global Entry/Pre-Check Fee Refund
-Roadside assistance
-Trip cancellation insurance
-30% off Silvercar
-Primary car rental CDW worldwide


–SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card from American Express

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Regular signup bonus: $250 signup bonus for spending $5,000 in 6 months.
Limited time offer: $250 signup bonus for spending $5,000 in 6 months plus an additional $250 signup bonus for spending an additional $10,000 in 12 months.
End date: 1/25/17.
Annual fee: None
Spending categories:
5% cash back at US office supply stores and on wireless telephone services
Choose to earn 3% cash back in one of the following categories:
-Airfare purchased directly from airlines (Tickets bought from sites like Orbitz and Priceline are processed directly by the airline and also qualify).
-U.S. purchases for advertising in select media
-U.S. purchases at gas stations
-U.S. purchases for shipping
-U.S. computer hardware, software, and cloud computing purchases made directly from select providers
You can get 3% and 5% back on up to $50,000 of spending in each category per year.
Other purchases earn 1% back.
-AMEX business cards offer a 5% automatic statement credit in addition to points earned for purchases from Fedex, HP, Hertz, and 1-800-Flowers.


-The Enhanced Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN
Regular signup bonus: 40K points.

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Limited time offer: 50K points for spending $5,000 in 3 months and another 50K points for spending an additional $10,000 within 3 months.
End date: 1/25/17
Annual fee: $450
Airline fee credit: $200 annual credit every calendar year for the airline of your choice (effectively $400 back in your first cardmembership year of 2016 and 2017 which drops the actual out of pocket fee to $50 in your first year. Plus get an $200 back every subsequent cardmembership year.) Officially these are for bag fees, seat upgrades, and lounge passes/memberships. However they also work for items like $100 American Airlines gift cards, $100 United gift registry contributions, and more items found here.
Spending categories: 50% bonus points for $5,000+ purchases up to 1 million bonus points per year. 1 points per dollar for other purchases.
Redemption rebate: Hybrid points. Receive half your points back for business and first class redemptions with all airline plus receive half your points back for coach redemptions with the airline of your choice. Effectively each AMEX point you have will be worth 2 cents towards airfare and you will earn additional miles from the airline for the paid flight.
Other benefits:
-Hilton, Marriott, and Starwood Gold elite status.
-Centurion lounge access
-Delta lounge access
-Airspace lounge access
-Priority Pass lounge access
-Global Entry/Pre-Check Fee Refund
-Unlimited worldwide Boingo WiFi
-10 annual Gogo In-Flight Wi-Fi passes
-Lost item protection
Read more here.

Business charge card:

As this is a business card it won’t show up on your personal credit report.That means it won’t against you for Chase’s 5/24 guideline. It also means that spending on the card won’t hurt your credit score like it would on a consumer card.

As it’s a charge card without a defined credit line it’s not subject the limit of 5 American Express credit cards per person.

You don’t need to be a traditional “business owner” as you might think of one to get a business card.

For example if Joe Smith sells items on Ebay or on Amazon, or has any other side business/hobby and wants a credit card to better keep track of business expenditures he can just open a business credit card for “Joe Smith Sole Proprietorship” as the business name. You don’t need to file any messy government paperwork to be allowed to do that.
Just be sure to select “Sole Proprietorship” as the business type and just use your social security number in the Tax Identification Number field as well as in the social security number field.


The Blue for Business® Credit Card from American Express

Regular signup bonus: 10K points after making any purchase within 3 months.
Limited time offer: 10 points per dollar at restaurants (up to $2,000) within 6 months and 2 points per dollar everywhere (up to $50,000) within 12 months. The Blue for Business card also always earns a 30% annual points bonus based on the past year’s purchases.
End date: 2/1/17
Annual fee: None
Spending categories: Limited time categories listed above. Normally 1.3 points per dollar everywhere with 3% annual bonus.
-AMEX business cards offer a 5% automatic statement credit in addition to points earned for purchases from Fedex, HP, Hertz, and 1-800-Flowers.
Note: While the Blue for Business card can’t transfer points directly into miles, the points can be transferred into miles if you have a card like The Amex EveryDay Preferred Card, The Amex EveryDay Cardthe Premier Rewards Gold Card, The Platinum Card® from American Express, The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN, or The Enhanced Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN.


-Chase Ink Business Preferred
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Limited time offer: 80,000 points for spending $5,000 in 3 months.
End date: Unknown
Annual fee: $95
Spending categories: 3 points per dollar on travel, shipping, internet, cable, and telecom, and advertising on social media and search engines.
Redemption: Allows all Chase points to be transferred to airline miles or hotel points.
Cell phone insurance: If you pay your cell phone bill with the card you’ll get $600 per claim against theft or damage to your cell phone with a $100 deductible, valid for 3 claims within 12 months. You can make a claim for any cell phone that’s listed on the bill!
Visa Savings Edge: Enroll and earn cash back on top of points. For example you’ll earn 1% cash back at Chevron, and Texaco, 2% cash back at TigerDirect, 4% cash back at Alamo and National, 5% cash back at B&H Photo, Lenovo, and several hotel brands.


-Chase Southwest Premier Business Visa
Limited time offer: 60,000 points for spending $3,000 in 3 months.
Regular signup bonus: 50K points.
End date: Unknown
Annual fee: $99
Spending categories: 2 points per dollar on Southwest
Anniversary bonus: 6K points.
Companion pass: Points earned on Southwest card signups and spending count towards the 110K points needed for a companion pass.


-Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard
Limited time offer: 50,000 points for spending $3,000 in 3 months.
End date: Unknown
Annual fee: $89, waived for first year.
Spending categories: 2 points per dollar everywhere.
Redemption rebate: 5% rebate every time you redeem points.
Read more here.


The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
Regular signup bonus: 25K points.
Limited time offer: 50K points for spending $5,000 in 3 months.
End date: Unknown.
Annual fee: $175, waived for the first year.
Spending categories: Choose to earn 3 points per dollar in one of the following categories and 2 points per dollar in the other categories:
-Airfare purchased directly from airlines (Tickets bought from sites like Orbitz and Priceline are processed directly by the airline and also qualify).
-U.S. purchases for advertising in select media
-U.S. purchases at gas stations
-U.S. purchases for shipping
-U.S. computer hardware, software, and cloud computing purchases made directly from select providers
You can earn 2 or 3 points per dollar on up to $100,000 of spending in each category per year.
Other purchases earn 1 point per dollar.
-All AMEX charge cards also offer 2 points per dollar on Uber.
-AMEX business cards offer a 5% automatic statement credit in addition to points earned for purchases from Fedex, HP, Hertz, and 1-800-Flowers.
Read more here.

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32 Responses to “10 Credit Cards With Limited Time Signup Bonuses Including 6 Card Offers Ending Within 3 Weeks”

  1. Danfan Says:
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    Thank you Dan!
    You note that the Amex platinum business card doesn’t count against the 5/24 rule for chase, would that be true for the other Amex business cards here as well? And chase business cards?

    If I’m over 5/24 can I try for a chase business card or is that subject to those rules as well?

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  2. Dan Says:
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    @Danfan:
    AMEX and Chase business cards won’t count against 5/24.

    These Chase business cards are subject to 5/24.

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  3. Danfan Says:
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    When using hybrid points on either chase or Amex to book Southwest flights what happens if I then decide to cancel the flight? (With SW points it just goes straight back into my account)

    A little off topic also how does it work when cancelling sw flights booked with a sw gift card, does it now become exipreable and/or does it now become locked into a certain passenger’s name? Or does it just go back to the gc like points do?

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  4. Srulyp Says:
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    Just to confirm, I can apply anytime tomorrow and still be OK or I need to apply by tonight before midnight?

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  5. Dan Says:
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    @Srulyp:
    It will probably end tomorrow afternoon.

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  6. l.falk Says:
    6

    hi
    i would like to know if i could have my additional chase card from my wifes account in my login

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  7. Dan101 Says:
    7

    hi dan i have an 11hr stop in zurich what do you recommend to do?

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  8. Jonathan Says:
    8

    Will I get the $150 bonus for blue cash preferred even if I upgrade to it from the blue cash everyday?

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  9. BizOwner Says:
    9

    I have previously recieved the amex biz plat CC for another business. Can I apply and get the points for another card if I use another business with another tax ID?

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  10. dans Says:
    10

    just to confirm i would be elegible or 60k southwest bonus from a business card even if I already got the bonus for sw personal card. I am 99% sure I would but please confirm.

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  11. moshiko613613 Says:
    11

    can you do both Global Entry and Pre-Check? and be Refund for both? having amex business platinum

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  12. Dan Says:
    12

    @Dan101:
    Lucerne.
    See the trip notes tab.

    @Jonathan:
    No.

    @BizOwner:
    YMMV.

    @dans:
    Yes.

    @moshiko613613:
    Global Entry includes Pre-Check.

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  13. Abe Says:
    13

    What makes you think the 80k ink offer isn’t the regular offer?

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  14. Moshiko613613 Says:
    14

    What if you already signed up for tsa pre check? Can you do global entry now, and get refunded?

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  15. Eric Says:
    15

    3 questions regarding the Amex Blue Cash.

    I have this card since end of Nov. I’m getting the 10% for amazon but I’m not seeing the 1% cash back. would this be on a future statement?

    Does $1000 @ Amazon count towards the sign up bonus.

    When I signed up I tried to get 2 regular and 2 preferred ( 2 each for myself and my wife) and got 2 regular because I click submit on those first. I should have applied for the preferred (6% back groceries) first but opps. Any chance of upgrading to preferred? Could I get the $150 sign up bonus instead? How and when should I try to upgrade?

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  16. Dan Says:
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    @Abe:
    It was announced as an intro offer like the Sapphire 100K.

    @Moshiko613613:
    Yes.

    @Eric:
    It should be there, call and ask.

    It does count.

    You can apply for the preferred now. You don’t get signup points for upgrading.

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  17. Sol Says:
    17

    How many chase business Sole Proprietorship cards can I open

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  18. Eric Says:
    18

    @ Dan

    I did apply again for myself yesterday and was denied (same reason as back in Nov., “reached the maximum number and type of Cards that we will approve within the period of a few month”) but on the application status check screen it only lists my Nov application.

    I tried again for my wife and same thing.

    Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  19. avraham s Says:
    19

    Can I get ink offer if I already have ink plus?

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  20. Nachman Says:
    20

    Hi Dan, is it too late to get the double travel credit ($600) for 2017/18 on the CSR? If not, how can I still get that double credit? Thank you!

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  21. NF Says:
    21

    How do we still get the double travel credit with the CSR if it is already 2017?

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  22. Dan Says:
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    @Sol:
    There isn’t a limit.

    @avraham s:
    Yes.

    @Nachman:
    @NF:
    You can get the 2017 credit now and the 2018 credit in December.

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  23. Al Says:
    23

    Can I do a 2BM for a business and personal AMEX simultaneously?

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  24. Dan Says:
    24

    @Al:
    A 2BM is for 2 cards from the same bank.

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  25. Anonymous Says:
    25

    @Dan: Thanks! I’m going to apply then for two AMEX cards!

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  26. paul Says:
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    dan if I applied for the chase Fairmont and chase sapphire in one inquiry and I get turned down for the sapphire bec of 5/24 and approved for the Fairmont does it go down on my credit as a denial?also if I applied for 2 diff chase cards in a span of 5 minutes did it get registered as 1 inquiry thank you

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  27. Dan Says:
    27

    @paul:
    There is no such thing as a denial on a report.
    Should be 1 pull.

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  28. Moish Says:
    28

    @Dan: Actually, I did a 2BM with chase and citi. I wanted to apply for the chase card first (more valuable), but citi is inquiry sensitive (for more than 6 in 6 months). So like this I applied for the one I wanted first, and citi didn’t see the inquiry.

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  29. myi Says:
    29

    Why not list which cards are not charged a Foreign transaction fee?

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  30. Shmuli Says:
    30

    If i open chase ink biz for different businesses will I get points for each one or just one time?

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  31. Eli Says:
    31

    if i get the Chase Ink Business Preferred, will the points be in the same account as my personal cards? will i be able to use them together?

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  32. Mark Says:
    32

    If I was turned down for the Sapphire reserve card due to 5/24, will I be able to get the Ink Business Preferred card.

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