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Next Cards?

Next Cards?

  1. Cole

    So I just got approved for My Chase Freedom and the Freedom Unlimited. Getting the minimum spend on those will take me no time at all. So currently I have:

    1-Chase Sapphire
    1-Chase Hyatt
    1-Chase Freedom
    1-Chase Freedom Unlimited

    So after I complete my minimum spend what care should I target next? I live by Chicago and usually fly either United or American. Ive thought about both those cards. And also have thought about the AMEX Everyday card. What are your opinions?

  2. David W

    What are your travel goals? With those cards it could be a good idea to put spend and build up points with Chase UR so you’re not overdiversifying much.

    Otherwise, Amex MR is good, meaning Amex everyday, everyday preferred, prg and platinum cards.

    Citi is also a great contender and their TY points are gaining value. Also consider the AA cards since you fly AA

  3. Gaurav

    Do you have any kind of business activities? I would try for the Ink Plus if you do before going on to other cards.

  4. Cole

    Unfortunately I have no business activities, otherwise I would go for the Ink Plus. Our travel goals include Europe, Asia, and Australia. So have been told that collecting point across all the credit cards would be a good idea.

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