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Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

I currently have 2 cards with Chase - $1100 Amazon and $6500 Southwest.  My Amazon card turns 1 year old in October.  Do you think they would let me transfer some of my SW limit to it to make it $5k?  And if they do, would they then upgrade it to a Visa Signature?

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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy


isoldmyatlas wrote:

I currently have 2 cards with Chase - $1100 Amazon and $6500 Southwest.  My Amazon card turns 1 year old in October.  Do you think they would let me transfer some of my SW limit to it to make it $5k?  And if they do, would they then upgrade it to a Visa Signature?


Chase use to allow transferring of limits pretty easily.

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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

they will definitly let you tansfter the limit, this won't automatically make it a Visa Signature card though.

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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy


Creditaddict wrote:

isoldmyatlas wrote:

I currently have 2 cards with Chase - $1100 Amazon and $6500 Southwest.  My Amazon card turns 1 year old in October.  Do you think they would let me transfer some of my SW limit to it to make it $5k?  And if they do, would they then upgrade it to a Visa Signature?


Chase use to allow transferring of limits pretty easily.


They still do. Are you implying otherwise?

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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy


09Lexie wrote:
How long have you had the SW?

Got it back in March.

TU: 760 (4/13/16) | EQ: 758 (6/1/15) | EX: 768 (2/17/16)

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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

Transferring limits is fine. Whether or not they will upgrade you to a siggy is not a guarantee.
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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

Do you think they would tell me in advance whether or not they could do it, or no?

TU: 760 (4/13/16) | EQ: 758 (6/1/15) | EX: 768 (2/17/16)

Cap1 Quicksilver, $4,750 (4/2012); Discover IT, $28,000 (10/2012); Chase Amazon Rewards, $14,600 (10/2012); AMEX Hilton HHonors, $15,000 (11/2012); AMEX Blue Cash Everyday, $15,000 (01/2013); Barclaycard Arrival+, $10,000 (07/2013)
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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

I guess I don't understand why people want or care about having signature card?!
And if you have over $5k line and they offer a signature card in the product line you have you should be able to request it if for some reason they don't send it automatically.
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Re: Chase, transferring limits, and Visa Siggy

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The extended warrantys on purchases using Signature cards are what I like about them.



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