Best Business Credit Cards 2018

Best Business Credit Cards 2018

business credit cards are a great option
to maximize your points earning potential a lot of times you’ll see that
the business credit cards have much higher signup bonuses than the personal
credit cards. In this video I’ll cover my favorite overall business credit card
the best business credit card with no annual fee and the best business credit
card for travel purposes hey guys my name is Ramy and welcome to points
pointers my goal for this channel is to help you earn and redeem as many points
as possible in order to upgrade your travels for a little to no money so if
you’re interested in learning all the tips and tricks for travel hacking and
award travel and I mean who isn’t then please consider subscribing to this
channel also you can get my free 10 step beginner’s guide for a world travel in
the description below right now for 2018 the best overall business credit card is
the chase ink preferred the card comes with a massive sign up bonus of 80,000
points after you spend five thousand dollars in the first three months of
account opening. This sign-up bonus alone is worth at least eight hundred dollars if
used as cashback or $1000 if used to book travel through chase’s travel
booking website you can get even way more value if you transfer your points
to chases nine airline partners or four hotel partners with the ink preferred
card you’ll get three points per dollar on the first 150,000 dollars spent on
travel shipping social media advertising and internet and cable or phone services
each account anniversary year plus you always earn one point per dollar on
everything else. for the best no annual fee business card it has to be the chase
ink business cash card this card comes with a $500 cash back bonus after you
spend $3,000 in the first three months now the great thing about this card is
even though the bonus comes in the form of cash back the $500 are really worth
fifty thousand chase rewards points so if you have the ink business preferred
or if you have the Chase Sapphire Preferred or reserve personal cards you
can transfer the 50,000 points and then transfer them to
chase’s airline and hotel partners to get a much better value than the $500
originally offered with the sign up bonus the Chase Ink business cash card
lets you earn 5% cash back on the first 25,000 dollars spent in combined
purchases each account anniversary or at office supply stores and on internet and
cable and phone services you’ll also earn 2% cashback on the first 25,000
dollars spent at gas stations and restaurants now let’s talk about the
best business credit card for travel purposes in my opinion that card is the
business platinum card from American Express now this is a high-end credit
card that comes with a high annual fee of four hundred and fifty dollars but
with a high end card comes high-end perks with the Platinum Card you’ll earn
50,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend ten thousand dollars and an
extra fifty thousand points after you spend an additional fifteen thousand
dollars also within the first three months. You’ll earn five points per
dollar on airfare and on prepaid hotels booked through American Express Travel
you’ll also earn 1.5 points per dollar on purchases of five thousand
dollars or more then one point per dollar on everything else the main
reasons for this to be the best business credit card for travel is that as a
platinum card holder you’ll enjoy access to Amex Centurion lounges which are
probably better than any lounge a US airline offers within the US you’ll also
get a Priority Pass membership that’ll give you access to over 1,000 lounges around
the world plus you get access to Delta’s sky clubs
whenever you’re flying Delta whether you’re in economy or first-class you
also get a two hundred dollar annual airline fee credit and a Global Entry or
TSA PreCheck application rebate which can be up to $100. another
great part of this card is that if you book any business or first-class flight
through Amex travel website using points you’ll get 35% points rebate
for example a one-way ticket on JetBlue mint class from New York to LAX can cost
as low as $600 if you book it through Amex
it will cost you 60,000 points but you’ll get 21,000 points back meaning
your net cost for five and a half hours in the best domestic business class seat
will cost you only 39,000 Amex points that’s an incredible deal now that
you’re all excited about business credit cards and their perks you’re like Ramy
I don’t have a business how can I take advantage of this well the great news is
you don’t really need an actual business to apply for a business credit card you
don’t even need to have a tax ID number to use on your application if you want
to know exactly how to apply for a business credit card reach out to me on
my Facebook page or Twitter link below and I’ll send you a step-by-step guide
on how to apply for business credit cards with Chase, Amex and Citibank thank
you guys for watching and if this is your first time here I would love to
have you subscribe because every week I’m publishing videos that will help you
earn a ton of credit card points and frequent flier miles that will enable
you to travel the world for little to no money

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  3. Hi Ramy
    All your reviews are very helpful.
    Could you please send me the guide how to apply for the Amex Platinum Business Card?
    Thank you

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