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jake619
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Re: PCing from CSP to plain CS

Thanks for those links - lots of reading but very good articles.

 

Do I really need a Freedom card, too?  I really don't want to have a Costanza wallet.


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SwampSystems
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Re: PCing from CSP to plain CS


jake619 wrote:

Thanks for those links - lots of reading but very good articles.

 

Do I really need a Freedom card, too?  I really don't want to have a Costanza wallet.


Freedom card gives you 2.86% more cash back on dining for 3 months out of the year.

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bribro
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Registered: ‎04-20-2012
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Re: PCing from CSP to plain CS

You can downgrade to avoid the annual fee up to 30 days after it hits. Don't procrastinate. :smileyhappy:

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