03-17-2013 06:52 AM
live in san diego and travel about 2x a year to las vegas
maybe once to dallas (cowboys fan) =}
and usually an anniversary trip.
i prefer to fly southwest,
which card is better? chase sapphire preferred or american express blue sky preferred?
i spend about 1k on a card a month plus the trips
pros and cons??
03-17-2013 07:59 AM
03-17-2013 08:03 AM
Why not both?
App for the CSP's 40K sign up bonus, whose points can be transferred to SW. App for the Blue Sky Preferred's sign up bonus (had a mail for 30,000 points), but it's at least 10,000 points, which can be used at $100 credit for travel per 7,500 earned.
Both first year fee's are waived, and downgrade them to the no annual fee versions the following year if you don't find them worth the fee.
03-17-2013 12:03 PM
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