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Re: Which card should I use for upcoming trip....

Oh yeah!!
Dont sacrifice the mortgage! You need a place to live lol...
Either way, UR is awesome!
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Re: Which card should I use for upcoming trip....

Yes, had I done my research beforehand, I may have ended up with the CSP over the Southwest, but it's a great rewards program as well. Many different hotel and rental car partners help my points add up. Already only second round trip flight, and I got the card in June. It's tempting to go to Chase in Texas and apply though.....but I'll refrain lol
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youngandcreditwrthy wrote:
Oh yeah!!
Dont sacrifice the mortgage! You need a place to live lol...
Either way, UR is awesome!

I hope you're happy.....I got so wrapped around getting those bonus points that I applied for the card :-( Well they gave me $6900, to which I was happy. I moved around some of my limits to make it $15k, closed my Chase Militay Star Card, and plussed up my Freedom. I got the 40k points w/ $3k spend in 3 months. Also asked to expedite it so I can hurry up and buy these plane tickets!!!!!!!! Ahhhhhhhhhh! FYI, no baddies, 13 year history, 5.2 year AAoA, reporting 9% uti across all three, zero balance on all 3 Chase cards though. Not sure if I was double pulled or not. Scores were 690 EQ 716 Transunion 680 EX ( from Equifax Complete Advantage 3 in 1)

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