01-29-2013 08:25 AM
This summer, once all of my EX inqs have aged 6 months, I plan on apping for Chase's Priority Club card. I've also been thinking about their regular Sapphire card as well (not the CSP, I don't spend enough money right now to make it worth it!), since it would be a nice daily spend card to have.
Does Chase allow you to app for 2 cards at once? And if so, do they do 1 or 2 hard pulls? I currently have their Amazon Rewards card but it's one of my lowest credit limits, and instead of taking a HP to increase that once I'd rather have them give me a larger credit line on another card.
01-29-2013 09:08 AM
I wish they would pull TU here! My TU is much less inquiry-ridden. But Chase loves pulling EX in Massachusetts.
01-29-2013 10:09 AM
To get 2 Chase cards in a single inquiry is definitely not the norm. Expect two in this case and be pleasantly surprised if it's only one. It's not Amex in this case .
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