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maiden_girl
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Re: Who to call to combine limits on chase cards

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You'd call the number on the back of your card and explain to Chase what you want to do. Be advised that the limit you are trying to move to your card needs to have a 0 balance on the account otherwise Chase won't be able to do it until that is done. I combined the limits on my Freedom 3k and Chase Amazon 1.5k accounts like 3 months ago and closed out my Chase Amazon card. So the total on my Freedom is now 4.5k.

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Re: Who to call to combine limits on chase cards


riker20 wrote:

I just recently combined the limits on two of my Chase cards.  I had a Freedom at 30k and a Sapphire at 8k.  Combined them together and now I have a Sapphire at 38k.  Took all of 5 minutes on the phone.  Freedom was carrying a $0 balance for over 30 days, so they let me move it all to the Sapphire.


riker20 : did u close your freedom after reallocation?

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maiden_girl
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Re: Who to call to combine limits on chase cards


cutemarty1 wrote:

riker20 wrote:

I just recently combined the limits on two of my Chase cards.  I had a Freedom at 30k and a Sapphire at 8k.  Combined them together and now I have a Sapphire at 38k.  Took all of 5 minutes on the phone.  Freedom was carrying a $0 balance for over 30 days, so they let me move it all to the Sapphire.


riker20 : did u close your freedom after reallocation?


Chase gives you the option to keep it open or to close it. They do ask you how much of your credit line you want to move over. I did this only having my accounts open for a few weeks.

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Re: Who to call to combine limits on chase cards


cutemarty1 wrote:

riker20 wrote:

I just recently combined the limits on two of my Chase cards.  I had a Freedom at 30k and a Sapphire at 8k.  Combined them together and now I have a Sapphire at 38k.  Took all of 5 minutes on the phone.  Freedom was carrying a $0 balance for over 30 days, so they let me move it all to the Sapphire.


riker20 : did u close your freedom after reallocation?


Closed it.  Moved the entire line over to the Sapphire.

 

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Re: Who to call to combine limits on chase cards

thanks riker and maidengirl. I will call once the csp is physically here, since my af will post to my statement tomorrow for southwest, giving me 30 days to close the account and get it credited. I know XO could fix it, but hate to abuse them if a regular csr can do it.

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