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product change day

citi dpr to citi hilton plat
plat amex delta to blue cash
 
i hope they compete for my buisnes.
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Re: product change day

I thought you weren't using your Amex?

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Re: product change day

ducky: if you arent spending too much on amex, consider another option: The regular blue, there wasa recent debate/thread on the blue points vs bluecash ratio esp. since regular blue can be "combined" with a Amex gold rewards points (or any other charge product if you will get one in future)
 
Blue cash isnt all bad though, just requires $6500 spent BEFORE it gives rewards so spending after this peak amount is (obviously) also required.. lol = I was very disappointed after one year with blue cash..
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SonorityGenius wrote:
 
Blue cash isnt all bad though, just requires $6500 spent BEFORE it gives rewards so spending after this peak amount is (obviously) also required.. lol = I was very disappointed after one year with blue cash..


Well, Blue Cash still gives rewards before $6500 in annual spending.  They're just sort of pathetic until you get bumped to the next tier.
 
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Re: product change day

ya, i thought about blue. i fihure w/a 500 cl i'm not going to rack up rewards either way. looking to the far future i think i'd rather have the cash back.
 
i'm even thinking of apping the plat charge in jan and closing any amex revolvers down.
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Re: product change day



cheddar wrote:







SonorityGenius wrote:


Blue cash isnt all bad though, just requires $6500 spent BEFORE it gives rewards so spending after this peak amount is (obviously) also required.. lol = I was very disappointed after one year with blue cash..




Well, Blue Cash still gives rewards before $6500 in annual spending. They're just sort of pathetic until you get bumped to the next tier.






I agree. I thought long and hard, but I switched to the normal Blue instead of the Blue Cash.
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