Best Credit Cards

If Yoda Were an (Affiliate) Miles and Points Blogger…

So, I’m sure by now you’ve heard about an increased 60K points bonus on Chase Ink Plus. I’ve sent out a tweet on this offer (check my nifty Twitter widget if you don’t believe me!) and updated my links of business card bonuses. But now that this baby pays me commission, naturally, it deserves its own post. But who wants to read yet another sales pitch written in the same exact manner, containing the same exact information? You do? OK, get out of my blog.

So, I thought it would be fun to write it from a perspective of Yoda, a beloved character of Star Wars franchise. You don’t know who Yoda is? Get out of my blog. Without further ado:

“Increased the bonus on Chase Ink Plus is. Comes and goes this offer. Not waived the $95 annual fee is. Yes, good  60K points’ bonus is, but the 50K offer no annual fee has. Only if you have a real business, apply. Yes, $5,000 minimum spending very high. Rhyme it does. For more than 5 cards (from all banks) in 24 months you applied? Pass you should, not approve you Chase will. Confused you are? Email me you should.”

Well, that pretty much covers it, Yoda has always been  laconic. Enjoyed it? Welcome you are! I mean, you are welcome.

P.S. I didn’t actually wait to write the post till the card started paying me referral, I just didn’t have a chance to do it till now.

Author: Leana

Leana is the owner and founder of Miles For Family. She enjoys beach vacations and visiting her family in Europe. Originally from Belarus, Leana resides in central Florida with her husband and two children.

It's only fair to share...Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestShare on LinkedIn

6 thoughts on “If Yoda Were an (Affiliate) Miles and Points Blogger…

  1. Oh no! don’t know much about Yoda, only learnt about him bc I had to buy a boy’s birthday present. Anyway, does anyone know if Chase is really denying cards to people that have applied for more than 5 cards etc, etc.? I still have hopes that maybe not, maybe? Pretty please?

    • @Leticia I didn’t know much about Yoda till I moved to US! On Chase cards: It appears that for now, only Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Freedom and Chase Ink Plus are affected. It doesn’t mean it won’t change in a near future, but co-branded cards are OK. That rule applies only if the app is instantly approved, though. If not, the agent will most likely deny it upon closer examination. It’s hard to say for sure on these things, but I did recently get Chase Hyatt Visa and I constantly switch cards.

Leave a Reply