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Bad at all to have two credit cards at same place?

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Bad at all to have two credit cards at same place?

I have a chase freedom, and wanting to get a chase slate due to an awesome intro Apr and cash back, would it be bad at all that both are with chase? Like negative on my credit score or anything?
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Re: Bad at all to have two credit cards at same place?


@mikevalek wrote:
I have a chase freedom, and wanting to get a chase slate due to an awesome intro Apr and cash back, would it be bad at all that both are with chase? Like negative on my credit score or anything?

No that's fine and won't hurt your score.  Some people have 5 or 6 cards with the same credit card issuer.

 

The Chase Slate is not a cash back card.  It's really only good as a balance transfer card

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Re: Bad at all to have two credit cards at same place?

No it's not bad, I have two Chase cards as well! 

Wells Fargo Platinum Visa - $8.7K / Capital One Quicksilver - $13K / Conn's HomePlus store- $4.2K / Chase Freedom - $11K / AMEX Blue Cash Everyday - $17.1K / NASA FCU Platinum Cash - $20K / BankAmericard Cash Rewards - $10K / Target REDcard - $2K / Chase Amazon Visa $2.5K / Lowe's $3.3K / Macy's - $1.2K / Discover IT - $7K / US Bank $2K / BoA MasterCard $3K / Citibank $3.6K
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Re: Bad at all to have two credit cards at same place?

Awesome!! Thank you guys!!
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