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Re: CSP AF raised?


enharu wrote:

For people whom are grandfathered in, the AF will stay at $95, at least for now. Chase hasn't mentioned raising AFs for current customers yet.

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Hopefully Chase will never raise the $95 AF.

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DigitalArk wrote:

enharu wrote:

For people whom are grandfathered in, the AF will stay at $95, at least for now. Chase hasn't mentioned raising AFs for current customers yet.

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Hopefully Chase will never raise the $95 AF.


Even if they do, I don't really mind. They can raise it to $200 and I'll still keep the card.

I would very much rather they not devalue the perks of the card or UR program itself. The Hyatt and UA devaluations are already pretty significant. 

 

MR and SPG are great alternatives, but too many merchants still do not accept Amex, and Amex is charging FTFs on most of their cards.

 

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Re: CSP AF raised?

I see both links as $95 AFs


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Re: CSP AF raised?

I see both links as $95 AFs as well.

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Re: CSP AF raised?

First link shows $95 for me, second link shows $125.  Strange, think these links are linked to your IP address or something?

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Re: CSP AF raised?

Wierd. I got $125 on the first and $95 on the second

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I got 125 on th first link and 149 on the second one. Very interesting

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Weirdddd I get 125 on the first one and 149 on the second on my computer and 95 for both on my phone...so which is it? @.@


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I get $149 for both. 

 

So I discovered that if I clear the cookies I see $95 on the first and $149 on the second. I am already a chase memeber so maybe they are trying to target non-chase members with the $95 AF. 


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Re: CSP AF raised?


enharu wrote:

DigitalArk wrote:

enharu wrote:

For people whom are grandfathered in, the AF will stay at $95, at least for now. Chase hasn't mentioned raising AFs for current customers yet.

 ...


Hopefully Chase will never raise the $95 AF.


Even if they do, I don't really mind. They can raise it to $200 and I'll still keep the card.

I would very much rather they not devalue the perks of the card or UR program itself. The Hyatt and UA devaluations are already pretty significant. 

 

MR and SPG are great alternatives, but too many merchants still do not accept Amex, and Amex is charging FTFs on most of their cards.

 


Don't give them any ideas! I doubt I would pay more than the $95 to keep the card. Of course, I am looking to pick up an ink card, which allow me to pc the csp down to a cs. Otherwise I would renew for the $95. 


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