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Designed for business owners who travel occasionally, this Chase Ink Business Visa card offers 5X Ultimate Rewards points per dollar on Lyft rides (through March 2022) and 3X points for travel and other popular business categories, with great point transfer opportunities. The annual fee is $95 and it currently has an exceptionally large intro bonus.
The Chase Ink Business Preferred is quite a rewarding credit card. You’ll get 5X Ultimate Rewards points per dollar on Lyft rides (through March 2022) and 3X points per dollar in four different bonus categories, which is a pretty great deal. And you can redeem those points for a 25% bonus through Chase Ultimate Rewards, which makes it even better. Or you can transfer your points to a variety of frequent traveler programs, where you might get more value for them.
This card has a $95 annual fee. You can order free employee cards to enhance your ability to earn rewards, and set individual spending limits for them. There are no foreign transaction fees so you can make purchases from anywhere in the world without paying extra. There are also some travel and shopping protections, to help out in case something goes wrong.