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WHO KNOWS THIS QUESTION RE: AMEX

I have a Green amex for about 3 months. GOOD STANDING.

 

 

I want the AMEX jet blue card because i fly with them.

 

If i close my green amex and apply for the jetblue amex, will my very short history with amex help at all with the jet blue card?

 

Is there a good way to go about this?

 

Thanks fellas..

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garci349 wrote:

I have a Green amex for about 3 months. GOOD STANDING.

 

 

I want the AMEX jet blue card because i fly with them.

 

If i close my green amex and apply for the jetblue amex, will my very short history with amex help at all with the jet blue card?

 

Is there a good way to go about this?

 

Thanks fellas..


I think it would actually be a good idea to keep the AMEX green open THEN apply for the jetblue for a better chance of approval. I do think though you should wait a little longer to apply (minimum of 6 months history with the green) before you even attempt to app for Jetblue.

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Follow Daybreak's advice

 

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I would say to wait six months to apply for JetBlue Amex.

 

 

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Keep your Green open for the year. You dont have a AF for the first year.

Wait 6 months, build the relationship and if denied then its only a SP.

If you close your card then apply and get denied its another HP

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chnceit wrote:
Keep your Green open for the year. You dont have a AF for the first year.

Wait 6 months, build the relationship and if denied then its only a SP.

If you close your card then apply and get denied its another HP

don't CHANCE IT! Keep it open and wait longer :smileywink:


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Haha yeah dont chnceit! Keep it open :smileyhappy: Exactly what distantarray said :smileywink:

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chnceit wrote:
Haha yeah dont chnceit! Keep it open :smileyhappy: Exactly what distantarray said :smileywink:

lmao btw 1 in a million chance Felos don't mean anything to do does it lmao if it does -_-; then I would have to say WoW :smileytongue:


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