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Registered: ‎04-13-2013
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Re: Chase +1 Card auto-converting to Freedom at end of April

Very cool, glad I decided to search for Chase +1 and see what I could find.  That is my current Chase card I've had since 2008.  I never recieved a letter though telling me that it was discontinuing... oh well..

 

Is there a chance that my +1 card didnt come with rewards?  I've been using the card for years and never noticed any kind of rewards being accumulated or anything and I just logged on and couldnt find a link that had anything related to rewards?  Could I just not have any or should I have some with the +1 card.  Let me know where you guys found your stuff please so I can see on my account if I have the same.

 

Thanks!

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Registered: ‎03-21-2013
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Re: Chase +1 Card auto-converting to Freedom at end of April

http://www.chaseplus1.com/

You may have regustered for rewards when you opened the account.

I'm going to miss my all black card.
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Freedom, Sapphire, Slate - HHonors, PRG, BCE - Cap1 Platinum - Discover IT - Tiffany & Co - Jared - Best Buy Citi -
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Posts: 125
Registered: ‎03-21-2013
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Re: Chase +1 Card auto-converting to Freedom at end of April

Freedom came in today feels cheap compared to my +1. Shiny, but cheap.
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Freedom, Sapphire, Slate - HHonors, PRG, BCE - Cap1 Platinum - Discover IT - Tiffany & Co - Jared - Best Buy Citi -

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