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Re: What is the best No Annual Fee card?

Yup, we credit twins. Smiley Happy

 

Your AF's are too rich for me Smiley Tongue

I might just stick with the one Amex card.

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Re: What is the best No Annual Fee card?

You could get the Chase Freedom & the normal Sapphire which would net you $200 signup bonus and no AF. You can't go wrong with the Freedom, furthermore you would start building a relationship with them Smiley Happy You must be excited about the Amex!? Awesome we got the same card Smiley Happy

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I'm wondering if I should add Chase Freedon to my final list of cards...I was trying to go for Citibank Forward but eh...tired of applying with them and getting denied for stupid reasons. Wasting HPs for nothing.

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nenuco wrote:

You could get the Chase Freedom & the normal Sapphire which would net you $200 signup bonus and no AF. You can't go wrong with the Freedom, furthermore you would start building a relationship with them Smiley Happy You must be excited about the Amex!? Awesome we got the same card Smiley Happy


Okay, I also got the Chase Freedom to create a relationship with them. They did not state the limit, but I will call to inquire and recon whatever they give me.

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@ Dustink: Did you get approved? If so CONGRATS! If not Chase is really great when it comes to recons so Iv'e heard. Are you apping for any others, if so I would do them all in one day so it works out to your benefit. If not I guess we will have to make do in the garden Smiley Happy

 

@ Iron_girl: I think Chase Freedom is amazing. In the past 8 months I have received aorund $152 in cash back! The CS is also great. 

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nenuco wrote:

@ Dustink: Did you get approved? If so CONGRATS! If not Chase is really great when it comes to recons so Iv'e heard. Are you apping for any others, if so I would do them all in one day so it works out to your benefit. If not I guess we will have to make do in the garden Smiley Happy

 

@ Iron_girl: I think Chase Freedom is amazing. In the past 8 months I have received aorund $152 in cash back! The CS is also great. 


Yes I was approved.

 

I also apped for Citi thank you preferred, but no word on that one yet.

 

This is enough for me, otherwise I am just going to get confused haha. I also need to meet spending requirements now. So I will likely need to write all this stuff down to keep track.

 

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Congrats on the multiple approvals!! You can call the Chase automated line and it will tell you your CL Smiley Happy

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Dustink wrote:

nenuco wrote:

@ Dustink: Did you get approved? If so CONGRATS! If not Chase is really great when it comes to recons so Iv'e heard. Are you apping for any others, if so I would do them all in one day so it works out to your benefit. If not I guess we will have to make do in the garden Smiley Happy

 

@ Iron_girl: I think Chase Freedom is amazing. In the past 8 months I have received aorund $152 in cash back! The CS is also great. 


Yes I was approved.

 

I also apped for Citi thank you preferred, but no word on that one yet.

 

This is enough for me, otherwise I am just going to get confused haha. I also need to meet spending requirements now. So I will likely need to write all this stuff down to keep track.

 


LOL iron girl? who is THAT! ahahaha Smiley Very Happy

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@Maiden_girl: Sorry it's 4:00 am here and I'm up cramming for a test Smiley Tongue I guess I was thinking of Iron Maiden or some group by that name lol jaja

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LOL its ok! It made me laugh tho Smiley Very Happy

 

I was thinking of applying to Chase Freedom (my final card) in December 2012. So far, I've been in the garden since lastmonth but I'd really like a second VISA card.

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