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Amex blue cash everyday

I have a regular blue cash amex card.

 

Will they let me product change to a blue cash everyday card?

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Re: Amex blue cash everyday

that one is a sinch. just call the number on the back of your card and they will gladly PC.

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Re: Amex blue cash everyday

awesome, i just realized BCE is so much better, as far as rewards are, than the regular plain blue cash.

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Re: Amex blue cash everyday


oracles wrote:

awesome, i just realized BCE is so much better, as far as rewards are, than the regular plain blue cash.


 

And if you buy much groceries, it is way easy to cover the $75 af for the bcp too.!
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Chris123nTx wrote:

oracles wrote:

awesome, i just realized BCE is so much better, as far as rewards are, than the regular plain blue cash.


 

And if you buy much groceries, it is way easy to cover the $75 af for the bcp too.!

Just converted and in the nick of time cuz i will go grocery shopping on wednesday.

 

totally cool

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oracles wrote:

Chris123nTx wrote:

oracles wrote:

awesome, i just realized BCE is so much better, as far as rewards are, than the regular plain blue cash.


 

And if you buy much groceries, it is way easy to cover the $75 af for the bcp too.!

Just converted and in the nick of time cuz i will go grocery shopping on wednesday.

 

totally cool


Very nice!!!!




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Re: Amex blue cash everyday

OP, when you say" regular blue cash" you mean "regular blue," right? I'm only aware of Blue, BCE, BCP, and the two frequent flyer variants.

 

Why would anyone want regular Blue? As a travel card?

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Re: Amex blue cash everyday

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bribro wrote:

OP, when you say" regular blue cash" you mean "regular blue," right? I'm only aware of Blue, BCE, BCP, and the two frequent flyer variants.

 

Why would anyone want regular Blue? As a travel card?


I've had my "regular blue" card since 2007 and didnt know of anything else until this year when i came back on myfico and learned about BCE and BCP.

 

When i learned of the difference, i immediately called to product change lol

 

You are right, why would anyone want regular blue? at least definitely not for me. This was exactly the reason why i rarely used it.

 

Niow i will definitely be using my amex card alot more for the rewards and you can get money back starting at 25 dollars increments. awesomeeeeeee lol

 

I can use my bofa card 3% gas and 1% everything else and because it is attached to my bofa checking account, i get a 25% bonus when redeeming the cash into my checking account.

 

and now also 3% on groceries from AX. awesomeeeeeeeee God is good

 

Wait this month is 5% on groceries for Discover, well scratch AX for the month of May but afterwards, AX i will reward you with use lol

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Re: Amex blue cash everyday

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bribro wrote:

OP, when you say" regular blue cash" you mean "regular blue," right? I'm only aware of Blue, BCE, BCP, and the two frequent flyer variants.

 

Why would anyone want regular Blue? As a travel card?



No, OP is referring to the original blue cash card. amex stopped offering this card back in april 2011 i believe. one of the benefits that i miss about original blue cash was the dunkin donuts blue dining perk. every 4 times one would make a purchase with his or her blue cash card, you would receive a 5 dollar dunkin donuts card. i must have gotten 30 dollars worth of dunkin donuts gift cards.

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scottwagnon wrote:

bribro wrote:

OP, when you say" regular blue cash" you mean "regular blue," right? I'm only aware of Blue, BCE, BCP, and the two frequent flyer variants.

 

Why would anyone want regular Blue? As a travel card?



No, OP is referring to the original blue cash card. amex stopped offering this card back in april 2011 i believe. one of the benefits that i miss about original blue cash was the dunkin donuts blue dining perk. every 4 times one would make a purchase with his or her blue cash card, you would receive a 5 dollar dunkin donuts card. i must have gotten 30 dollars worth of dunkin donuts gift cards.


Ohhh. That DD thing seems like an awesome perk. Why'd you switch to a different card?

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