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Registered: ‎12-12-2013
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amex green card

hey guys i was wondering about difference between amex gold and greeen.

i applied for green because amex PRG has too much AF and i dun use any of early access to ertertainment option for regualr gold.

since i won't be using too much of charge card, i went with green card since it had low AF and has silmiar benefits to regular gold card..

does anyone had green card? did i make rite choice?

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Registered: ‎04-02-2014
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Re: amex green card

I don't have he green card but I've read a lot about it.  Basically I think you get slightly more rewards with gold, but if your not planning on using it frequnetly then the green makes more since because of the AF.  You can always get your card upgraded to.  So I would see how you like it first!  Congrats on your card Smiley Happy

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Re: amex green card

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As long as you can substantiate the AF then yes it may be a good choice for you.

The card is a basic point per $1 card but they are MR points and some of the my offers deals help with savings 

This point should be stressed more here an app spree should not be encouraged because its not for every profile
A thick file will support more apps at one time while a thin file may see negative reaction to this process

IMHO 4+ at one time is to many for a new file and it should be kept to 1-3 a year but we get caught up sometimes in seeing the little wheel spin and the words approved
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Registered: ‎03-03-2014
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Re: amex green card

The Premier Rewards Gold offers extra rewards earning and a $175 annual fee. The Gold offers extra benefits (but 1x points on everything) and a $125 annual fee. The Green has a $95 annual fee.

I don't see much point in the Gold. Either PRG or Green is the way to go.
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