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Chase Freedom World *Elite* MasterCard?

Does anyone know if there's a World Elite version of the Chase Freedom card? AFAIK, there is only Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, MasterCard Platinum, and MasterCard World.

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Re: Chase Freedom World *Elite* MasterCard?

As of right now I do not believe there is

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I doubt it. The Freedom is one of Chase's lower-level entry cards. People who genuinely qualify for a world elite card would likely expect something a bit better than the Freedom. It's a good card, but they're targeted at completely different audiences.
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bribro wrote:

Does anyone know if there's a World Elite version of the Chase Freedom card? AFAIK, there is only Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, MasterCard Platinum, and MasterCard World.


Talked to executive office. Rep said, after having the card for a year it is "possible".

 

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Dustink wrote:

bribro wrote:

Does anyone know if there's a World Elite version of the Chase Freedom card? AFAIK, there is only Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, MasterCard Platinum, and MasterCard World.


Talked to executive office. Rep said, after having the card for a year it is "possible".

 


world master card yes, world ELITE mastercard no way in hell. World Elite is comparable to Amex Black 

 

from Nerdwallet.com 

 

"The World Elite is kind of like the American Express Centurion: a really, really high-end premium rewards credit card, albeit one that’s slightly easier to get than AmEx’s. It’s got the same level of prestige, and offers services related to buying very nice things: discounts on private jets, help in booking a table at Michelin-rated restaurants, and entertainment offers from Mamma Mia to playoff hockey tickets."


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ive got 2 world elite mastercards in my wallet, never noticed anything special about them???

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Dustink wrote:

bribro wrote:

Does anyone know if there's a World Elite version of the Chase Freedom card? AFAIK, there is only Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, MasterCard Platinum, and MasterCard World.


Talked to executive office. Rep said, after having the card for a year it is "possible".

 


That sounds like how Citi does it.  Now I wonder if I could have kept the CSP Mastercard and gotten the upgrade to the World Elite.  Maybe it's time to PC the Freedom to a MC.

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swpopham wrote:

ive got 2 world elite mastercards in my wallet, never noticed anything special about them???


Most people never know the difference and never redeem stuff they could use, this is how companies can actually profit =p  say WE OFFER ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL this then no one uses anything =) only a few bastards like almost 100% of the people who posts here probably are leeches to the reward benefits =)


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Re: Chase Freedom World *Elite* MasterCard?

Freedom nor CS/CSP come in WE, only World.

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distantarray wrote:

 

Dustink wrote:

bribro wrote:

Does anyone know if there's a World Elite version of the Chase Freedom card? AFAIK, there is only Visa Platinum, Visa Signature, MasterCard Platinum, and MasterCard World.


Talked to executive office. Rep said, after having the card for a year it is "possible".

 


world master card yes, world ELITE mastercard no way in hell. World Elite is comparable to Amex Black 

 

from Nerdwallet.com 

 

"The World Elite is kind of like the American Express Centurion: a really, really high-end premium rewards credit card, albeit one that’s slightly easier to get than AmEx’s. It’s got the same level of prestige, and offers services related to buying very nice things: discounts on private jets, help in booking a table at Michelin-rated restaurants, and entertainment offers from Mamma Mia to playoff hockey tickets."


The rep and I both made it very clear we were both talking about WEMC not WMC.

 

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