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Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

Anyone know if Chase will allow this product change?

 

I got my 50k promo miles and now I am looking to PC to avoid the anual fee...

 

Figured I would check here first before calling Chase.

Ray

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

Ray,

 

I think you need to wait 13 months for pc under new credit card laws.  I asked Chase to change one of my Chase Freedom into Sapphire. They told me no. I don't think you can product change for co-branded cards. I could be wrong. You need to call them. You might need to apply for the card.

 

 

Ron.

 

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?


Ron1 wrote:

Ray,

 

I think you need to wait 13 months for pc under new credit card laws.  I asked Chase to change one of my Chase Freedom into Sapphire. They told me no. I don't think you can product change for co-branded cards. I could be wrong. You need to call them. You might need to apply for the card.

 

 

Ron.

 


Thanks Ron - not a big deal and I do not mind waiting...

Ray

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

I'm pretty sure you cannot PC from a co-branded Chase card to a generic one. You might want to call up and ask.

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

Thanks - I was trtying to avoid the INQ! I am going to give them a call to see what they have to say.

Ray

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

Ray,

 

I forgot to tell you this morning. They might take promo miles if you pc or close your SW Airlines Card just like my $200 bonus Chase Checking.  I need to keep at least 6 months.You have to check your card agreement came with the card. 

 

Ron.

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Re: Chase PC from Southwest Siggy Visa to Freedom Siggy Visa?

Good point on that. I will just keep the card for at least a year... Not a big deal to me. I use it for a sideline business that I have and I will continue to build the Southwest Miles!

Ray

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