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bunnyrabbit
Posts: 1,413
Registered: ‎01-20-2008

Chase Freedom VISA with EXclusive Benefit

Who have this card? 

Did any of you receive a Pre-Approved Invitation letter from Chase for this card?

The Rewards program on this card, it sounds pre-good!  I have a Freedom Master and a regular Master card (Wa-Mu Platinum).  If this is better than my Freedom Master card, I am thinking to apply for it, and close the regular Master card.  Of cause take some of the Credit Limit from this card and add it on to a new card before do so. 

What do you think?  Please tell me your opinion.  Thank you.

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BungalowMo
Posts: 4,235
Registered: ‎05-01-2008

Re: Chase Freedom VISA with EXclusive Benefit


bunnyrabbit wrote:

Who have this card? 

Did any of you receive a Pre-Approved Invitation letter from Chase for this card?

The Rewards program on this card, it sounds pre-good!  I have a Freedom Master and a regular Master card (Wa-Mu Platinum).  If this is better than my Freedom Master card, I am thinking to apply for it, and close the regular Master card.  Of cause take some of the Credit Limit from this card and add it on to a new card before do so. 

What do you think?  Please tell me your opinion.  Thank you.


I don't have any of those you listed, but...why close the wamu master?  If it's a decent old acct, keep it active.  No reason to close accts unless they're charging AF & you have other cards....or if you simply have a ton of cards & decide to do some gardening.

 

If those are your only open cards, I'd definately wait before closing.



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