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enharu wrote:

I called and they said its not available :smileyindifferent:

Not sure if I should call again since I don't even bring it outside 


Weird, I was only just approved for mine like 9 days ago!

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They used to have Chase Amazon Visa with Blink.  They sent me the regular card without the Blink when they re-newed.  I don't know they have the "Blink" for the new cards. 

 

 

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09Lexie wrote:
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I'm watching you!

I know! :smileytongue:
I'm applying for new cards end of this month / early next month though. But I am not sure what cards I even want to get right now. I have my Amex CLI eligibility coming up, but it turns out I don't really use my BCP much, so it's kinda pointless.

 

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09Lexie wrote:
@enharu

do you do alot of Amazon shopping?

Quite a bit, though it varies.

On average, about 1-2k a month. Haven't been shopping there as much since they started charging sales tax, so I'd only buy stuff that are either big / heavy or if their prices are just better.

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09Lexie wrote:
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Yep, that pretty much slowed it for me too.

Where did they start taxing? Certain states?  I mean *cough cough*...I always dutifully file my sales tax forms with the regional government office, but it'd be so kind of Amazon to start saving me the trouble of doing so.

 

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I like it when cards are outlined with a bright color like Best buy, freeedom, 76 gas card, and now looks like amazon is as well.

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