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Emerging from Chase 5/24

Emerging from Chase 5/24

  1. Nadine Franks

    hi —
    I’m just about to emerge from my chase 5/24 and i’m figuring out what cards i want.
    i would value your insights and opinions.

    1) i am very interesting in the chase business ink preferred. NO annual fee and 5% off all internet services — including things like netflix, and spotify. sounds like a no-brainer — maybe just a small $300 sign-up bonus. thoughts on this as my first card since 5/24? and do you know if the 5% includes charges to ?

    2) i am trying to rethink all my amex cards. i currently have both plat and gold. they expire in dec.
    this year i traveled a bunch and i found the fine hotels with benefits to be a huge value. i also enjoyed centurion lounge. but i won’t be traveling as much this year. and, i think, you now get a gold sub-card for no fee with new plat? maybe i should try for retenetion bonus?

    3) and should i add in another emex or go boa or us bank or somewhere?


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