07-04-2013 07:27 AM
Hi, There is a discontinued card from AMEX that I did not have. This card was called THE NEST CARD from American Express. This credit card was offered to newly married couples as a primary household card for all their spending. If I remember correctly, if they spent over 15K in a year there would be a 10k bonus in points. I believe AMEX discontinued this card around the same time as the IN cards. All these cards seemed to have there pros and cons. Still part of AMEX history and worth mentioning I think.
07-04-2013 07:47 AM
Huh, many interesting finds.
Added: Morgan Stanley/Ameriprise Platinum, Morgan Stanley, IN Chicago/LA/NYC, Nest, One
07-04-2013 07:55 AM
This is some information on the NEST CARD that I found.
It seems not many folks every heard of this card. I hope the link works. lol.
07-04-2013 08:04 AM
American Express must have terminated that card really soon after it came out. As expected for Amex cards that don't charge annual fees ...
08-27-2014 11:55 AM
Your original list omits the "Blue Cash" card that is still available.
I'll add the original Blue Cash. Are you sure it is still offered though? If you can find the application link please let me know. Otherwise, it should belong to the discontinued group.
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