07-25-2007 04:39 PM
I have both Clear and Blue.
Clear has a minimum CL of 4K - so if your delta doesn't have at least a 4K CL then you don't even stand a chance.
Blue has a minimum CL of 1K - so you'll likely be able to convert to Blue.
I recently did a conversion...
I started off with a Blue Cash and a Delta Gold. I asked to convert my Delta to a Clear and they said no, but they happily converted it to Blue Cash.
I then had them convert my existing Blue Cash to a Clear!
07-25-2007 05:35 PM
Jamesus81801 wrote:Does anyone know how this process is done, do they check your credit again?I was just approved for Skymiles, haven't even recieved the card yet, but I actually want the Clear, I didn't think I would be approved for it straight up though, given the threads that I had read here.Is it as simple as asking or are they looking for something specific when you request a conversion?
07-25-2007 06:35 PM
07-25-2007 07:20 PM
07-26-2007 04:20 AM
07-26-2007 04:31 AM
To "combine" an amex the easiest way to to go online and reallocate all but $1000 to the card you want to keep then call and cancel the card you don't want, you'll lose $1000 worth of CL this way though.
AMEX really give YOU a line of credit, then allows you to allocate the limits to your cards as you see fit. This is once you have the card that is.
07-26-2007 08:34 AM
07-26-2007 10:32 AM
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