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Upgrade American Express

I have had the american express blue since JUly and just wanted to see if I could upgrade to the bce.

 

Does anyone know if they do that or do I have to reapply again?

 

ALso , is there really any point to the blue when you could get the bce?

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Re: Upgrade American Express

You can do this. You can PC to any Blue line of cards. I had the vanilla Blue and just changed to the BCE. But the csr will ask you if you have any MR points to redeem or else you will lose it.

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Re: Upgrade American Express

will you still gain the promotional offer on the other cards though or you lose it , I still have 4-5 months of 0 apr so I don t want to lose it

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Re: Upgrade American Express

Promo rates and bonuses are for a specific card and if changed you could lose it. To make sure you will not lose the promo call or message a CSR

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Re: Upgrade American Express


chnceit wrote:
You can do this. You can PC to any Blue line of cards. I had the vanilla Blue and just changed to the BCE. But the csr will ask you if you have any MR points to redeem or else you will lose it.

How long did you had your card ?

Did you call them and PC ???? just simply tell them you interest in BCE ????

Delta to BCE ?? is that possible ??

 


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Re: Upgrade American Express

I just called them to see what cards I can change in to. They told me Blue credit cards so I chose the BCE. Didnt want to pay another AF so didnt go with the BCP.

You can call or message them but I like talking to a live person Smiley Happy

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Re: Upgrade American Express

I have been thinking of this. I have the old Blue Cash card. Not everyday or preferred and have been thinking of possibly PC to a different card.

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