04-27-2011 12:17 AM
Can anyone suggest how I can convince AMEX to go around the 13 month waiting period for a PC? Thanks
lol...I just tried....no luck.
The worst part is I had a blue cash and cancelled it last friday (4/22). My new app for the Preferred Blue Cash was cancelled because I opened a HHonors and Preferred Blue Sky within the past 2 months....apparently you can only app for 2 cards of the same type within 90 days (2 credit cards and 2 charge cards max). So, I basically cancelled my opportunity to PC to the preferred blue cash.
Can you convince them to re-open your Costco Cash? You closed it last week and you might be able to get them re-open the account. So you can convert to new Blue Cash Card.
Sorry, I mean Amex Blue Cash.
04-27-2011 05:28 AM
So I'm guessing no one had any success PC'ing a young card (<13 months)...
I'm dying to app for this one. I know this will replace my Discover More as my weapon of choice in my arsenal.
04-27-2011 05:50 AM
I just checked Amex online and Amex Blue Cash Everyday is now on the lineup. "Transfer available credit to another card" option is gone and it was on Amex Blue yesterday.
04-27-2011 06:42 AM
Here is the review of Amex Blue Cash Preferred and calculator:
04-27-2011 07:03 AM
HTSU - I just want to make sure you have the 30 days to use your points from the boring Amex Blue.
As much as I want to convert, it would be shame to waste those measley points I earned! Thanks!
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