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Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

So I've done my fair search on the internet on this card... is this still a good card to get?

 

We have a Chase Disney Premier Card and we like using the disney points.... we end up with around $500 worth of disney points a year and when we go to Disney World in the winter, it really helps pay for the tickets and some of the food.  

 

With Chase Palladium - it's a different point system, concierge type service, and a $595 annual fee.

 

I could not get a real grip on the current benefits of the card - is it really worth it over other similar cards?

 

I think I might have a shot at getting approved, but not sure.

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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

Do you meet the deposit/investment level?

It's worth it for the 595 imho, i just wish i had the $ to get it. XD
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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

You will need to discuss the benefits with your Private Banker.

 

Of course if you don't have a private banking relationship with JP Morgan, you'll just have to keep reading.

 

 

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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

Does anyone have the most current list of benefits?  What happened to the airport lounge benefits - I heard it was priority pass before and now it's different...?

 

 

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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

Disney points? Orlando or OC? 

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Dont know about the benefits. They removed the palladium from their site.
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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

I just got my accounts upgraded to Chase Private Client today.... I asked about the Palladium (but couldn't really talk for long because I had to leave for another engagement) and they mentioned a few superficial things that I had already known because of my previous research.  

 

I think I *could* be approved - though not sure.

 

Last I checked, my credit was good and I make a significant amount on my own.

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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?


scenery_guy wrote:

Disney points? Orlando or OC? 


Either... it's a great perk if you like Disney.  Problem is, if I go with the Palladium, I can't split my spending between the two to take advantage of both.  

 

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pinipig523 wrote:

scenery_guy wrote:

Disney points? Orlando or OC? 


Either... it's a great perk if you like Disney.  Problem is, if I go with the Palladium, I can't split my spending between the two to take advantage of both.  

 


I used to do a lot of contracting with Disney in Orlando. Thanks for coming to visit and spend money, it's the tentpole of out economy. 

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Re: Chase Palladium - still a good card to get?

The types of people who can easily qualify for the Chase Palladium and the AmEx Centurion, seem to be the people who are least obsessed with getting one.

When you've truly arrived - you wont need to announce it.

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