They want a HP for a CLI, no APR decrease and I don't feel like talking to their EO office. I think the low limit is hurting my profile when I ask for CLI's on the other cards.
No, it's my only Chase card and I have had it for 2 years so it's just sitting there with a near 24% APR. My other limits are $1,500, $2,700, $1,100, and $3,750.
I agree with parakleet on PCing the Slate to another card. With a HP, you could theoretically get a PC to a Chase Freedom with a much better CL and no hit to your AAoA, but you would miss out on the $100 cashback currently offered for $500 spend in 90 days. You'd have to decide if that is worth it or not.
I would take a HP and apply for a new Chase product altogether (Freedom or CSP). Then transfer the $300 from the Slate to the new card and close the Slate.
Like others have mentioned, try to PC it to another card. It may provide you with better options to APR reduction / CLI. Good luck!
Does a SLATE to Freedom PC require a hard pull? I was under the impression it didn't and was about to try for this as well...