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Chase Sapphire METAL Card

Anyone know if you can request a METAL card for your Chase Sapphire account (not preferred)?

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

Doubt it.  But you can ask.


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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

I believe it is specifically for the preferred, but is give them a shout can't hurt.



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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

The metal card is for the CSP only. The only way I can imagine having a metal non-preferred Sapphire card would be if you downgraded from CSP to non-preffred and pushed for them to let them continue using the metal card.

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card


bribro wrote:

The metal card is for the CSP only. The only way I can imagine having a metal non-preferred Sapphire card would be if you downgraded from CSP to non-preffred and pushed for them to let them continue using the metal card.


If you can't even pay $95 AF for the CSP, you don't deserve a metal card anyways.
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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

I really don't think Chase would do that.  I wouldn't even waste my time calling.

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

Lols +1

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card


CreditScholar wrote:

bribro wrote:

The metal card is for the CSP only. The only way I can imagine having a metal non-preferred Sapphire card would be if you downgraded from CSP to non-preffred and pushed for them to let them continue using the metal card.


If you can't even pay $95 AF for the CSP, you don't deserve a metal card anyways.

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

Metal cards are just a novelty that gets old fast anyway...

 

but who am I kidding. I'd take one if they'd give me one.

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Re: Chase Sapphire METAL Card

You know, I just called about getting an embossed plastic version and the nice lady on the other side told me they're soon they won't even be offering the regular chase sapphire cards as plastic anymore and all sapphires will be metal. 


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