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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval


samset93 wrote:

grats! the metal feel is really something Smiley Happy

 

edit: right, metal is csp only, whoops..

On a side not though, I remember calling in to the sapphire cs line and ask specifically whether or not cs comes is metal version. She said no but you can get one if you put a request for it. I've been trying to confirm that via SM several times and it looks like she was wrong Smiley Sad


I think I'm going to try to put in a request for metal as soon as I get the card.

 

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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval


Drew wrote:

I was approved for the Chase Sapphire today as a result of calling the recon line. The credit limit is a measly $5000, but I am not mad considering I was approved for the $5000 Slate less than 2 months ago. Hopefully, I'll see some credit limit increases soon

 

 

 

CONGRATS!!!! Smiley Happy

 

5K is a decent starting CL!

 




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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval

Spoke to recon and got a cli to $6000. Hopefully, the HP was worth it.

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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval

Only you know if the $1000 was worth it. How much were you looking for?
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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval


Drew wrote:

Spoke to recon and got a cli to $6000. Hopefully, the HP was worth it.


Awesome!! Good for you Smiley Happy

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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval

The CSP will require either a new app or a PC. And since you are going from a no AF card to AF card, you'll have to wait 13 mos.
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Re: Chase Sapphire Approval


CreditHammer wrote:

Drew wrote:

Spoke to recon and got a cli to $6000. Hopefully, the HP was worth it.


Awesome!! Good for you Smiley Happy


Thanks!

 

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