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Re: Amex Conversions and Product Changes

Amen,, get back all that u can.

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Re: Amex Conversions and Product Changes


stan_the_man wrote:

andyaycw wrote:

Really the only thing that interests me about the BCE is the 3% cash back for groceries, and I'm not sure that alone justifies applying for a whole new card. I may just stick with my Clear.


If you decide to go for BCE, I'd wait until January. Then the new card with be backdated to 1/2007, instead of 12/2007 -- the 11 additional months of age may come in handy.


Thank you for the tip on waiting until January.

 

@Steve23111, the math for me only works out to a benefit of ~$50/year.


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