Ince is widely regarded as one of the best players in the second tier, and enjoyed a successful 2012/13 season with the Seasiders.
Although he is happy at Bloomfied Road – where he is managed by his father Paul – the 21-year-old is open to a move to the Premier League, and is set to discuss his future with the club in the coming weeks.
Blackpool are far from keen to let their star man move on, but could be tempted to do business for around £8m.
Palace chief Ian Holloway is believed to be extremely interested, having coached the player during his time with The Tangerines.
The Bristolian has plenty of cash at his disposal this summer, with the increased funds from promotion and the sale of Wilfried Zaha burning a hole in his pocket.
Meanwhile, Cardiff are also keen and Swansea see the wide-man as the perfect addition to their squad ahead of their Europa League campaign.
Ince registered a staggering 18 goals last term as Blackpool finished the season in 15th position.
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