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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP

Thank you!!

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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP

I agree with the other poster, Freedom/CSP = the best rewards you can get. I am currently using it and already racked up 12k points before the 40k bonus kicks in.

 

Congratulations on the CSP Card, you will get a lot of attention when you go to stores and pay. Smiley Happy

 

 

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CSP: 7K | Chase Freedom: 5.7K
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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP


IcEWoLF wrote:

I agree with the other poster, Freedom/CSP = the best rewards you can get. I am currently using it and already racked up 12k points before the 40k bonus kicks in.

 

Congratulations on the CSP Card, you will get a lot of attention when you go to stores and pay. Smiley Happy

 

 


Freedom/CSP is good, but hardly the best you can get, IMO.   Freedom is capped on 5% at 30K per year, which with checking is 33K, and that's if you max out every quarter.  Even sticking with Chase, Ink/CSP can give you a lot more.   Churning Citi AA cards is also more valuable for many!

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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP

My understanding is that you guys are reccomending that I PC my Slate to a Freedom. How easy is it to transfer points from the Freedom to the CSP? Is there a minimum number of points before you can transfer and is it 1:1?

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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP

you type in the number you want to transfer and its done lol. that easy
CHASE FREEDOM | AMEX BCE | | BOFA REWARDS | CITI TYP | Quicksilver | DISCOVER IT | Sallie Mae | CHASE CSP
--------$32,000-------------$30,000-----------$30,000-----------$30,000-----$13,000---------$18,200----------$15,000---------$6,500----

FICO - TU: 780 EX: 784 EQ: 781
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Re: Future Credit Card Choice - Possibly CSP

I would also suggest apping for freedom instead of pc'ing so you can get the bonus
CHASE FREEDOM | AMEX BCE | | BOFA REWARDS | CITI TYP | Quicksilver | DISCOVER IT | Sallie Mae | CHASE CSP
--------$32,000-------------$30,000-----------$30,000-----------$30,000-----$13,000---------$18,200----------$15,000---------$6,500----

FICO - TU: 780 EX: 784 EQ: 781

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