04-26-2014 04:37 PM
Congrats on your approval. I actually just closed my SWA card and transferred the CL to my CSP. When I realized that I could convert my UR points to Southwest miles without needing the CC, I found no use for it. I did receive the promo miles first though. Between my CSP and SWA promo points, I have 103K miles on my SWA RR account.
04-26-2014 09:00 PM
I will be buying 6 round trip tickets by the end of the year and figured, Lets get an airline card and get at least one the tickets for the anual fee. Found a 50,000 pts bonus offer, so figured I would go for it, was worried about having to call in and move credit limit from one of my other 4 chase accounts to make the deal happen, but nope it won't be necessary. This one totally blew me away, I was shocked when I got my CSP approval at 10k, but I couldn't believe what popped up. Approved $20,000 That is a hell of a lot of South West flights.
AAoA is 2years, last card 4 months ago Chase CSP and AmTrak, UTL is high at 22%. 7 inq's on EQ over the last 2 years 1 or 2 in the last year I think. No baddies.
Congrats on your approval
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