06-06-2008 08:27 PM
06-06-2008 08:55 PM
06-07-2008 07:57 AM - edited 06-07-2008 07:58 AM
06-07-2008 10:37 AM
06-07-2008 12:41 PM
....Ex: on my AMEX I have to spend $6500 annually before I get the 5% on bonus categories. And on the discover its $1500, which is much easier, but still annoying.
I like the chase card, because I can keep using my AMEX and if I ever use the chase card, I'll get the max cashback without having to worry that I won't be able to put ridiculous amounts through the card this year.
06-07-2008 12:50 PM
06-07-2008 08:18 PM
haulingthescoreup wrote:but unless there's a school that lets you pay tuition with AmEx, I don't see how!
06-08-2008 05:53 AM
thrasher865 wrote:haulingthescoreup wrote:
but unless there's a school that lets you pay tuition with AmEx, I don't see how!
The Big Arnj doesn't; I tried.
What are the differences between the Chase Platinum Visa and the Chase Freedom?
Can you have 2 cards from Chase and what would be the other Chase card that I should try for in 6 months?
Hi, OP, so sorry, have we lost you? I'm the world's worst threadjacker, and I'm supposed to be setting an example or something.
Have you checked out either card yet? Chase Freedom is on my list, but it's an EQ puller in my area, and I can't have any more EQ inqs for now. But I think that if you could get it instead of the straight Visa, it will wind up being a better card in the long run, especially when combined with another rewards card where you can assign certain cards to different categories.
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