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I was ordering some books online today through Amazon, and saw the banner at the top of the page, apply for the card and save $30. I figured it was worth the shot, even with a hard pull. I have 3 paid CO's. I clicked the button nervously, and was approved for $1,200, one of my higher limits. They only pulled Experian too, which I have the most inquiries on. The month of May has been very good to me getting increased credit lines and 1 new credit line! I will be forever grateful for finding CB's!

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Does anyone have experience with converting the Chase Amazon Visa into a regular Chase card? I was thinking I might convert mine into the regular Chase Freedom. The Amazon reward program is kind of limited.

 

PS, congrats :D

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Does anyone have experience with converting the Chase Amazon Visa into a regular Chase card? I was thinking I might convert mine into the regular Chase Freedom. The Amazon reward program is kind of limited.

 

PS, congrats :lol:

I was able to convert via secure email. Shouldn't be a problem. I converted to Freedom BTW.

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Does anyone have experience with converting the Chase Amazon Visa into a regular Chase card? I was thinking I might convert mine into the regular Chase Freedom. The Amazon reward program is kind of limited.

 

PS, congrats :rofl:

 

You shouldn't have a problem converting, but I feel the Amazon Visa is one of the better reward cards out there. You get 3% back on Amazon purchases, and they sell just about everything. You also get 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and pharmacies. If you combine that with Amazon Prime, that's a tough card to beat. You can get $50 cash after 5000 points; not too shabby. The annual cap is 60,000 points.

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You shouldn't have a problem converting, but I feel the Amazon Visa is one of the better reward cards out there. You get 3% back on Amazon purchases, and they sell just about everything. You also get 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and pharmacies. If you combine that with Amazon Prime, that's a tough card to beat. You can get $50 cash after 5000 points; not too shabby. The annual cap is 60,000 points.

 

I already reached the max. The rewards program is not bad at all, but the cap at 60,000 is crap. I LOVE amazon prime, I must be their worst customer. I order something from them, it seems like, every week. Free two shipping? Count me in.

 

My concern is I don't want to trigger a rate jack or a CLD. Should I be worried if I convert, or should I just be happy with what I have?

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You shouldn't have a problem converting, but I feel the Amazon Visa is one of the better reward cards out there. You get 3% back on Amazon purchases, and they sell just about everything. You also get 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and pharmacies. If you combine that with Amazon Prime, that's a tough card to beat. You can get $50 cash after 5000 points; not too shabby. The annual cap is 60,000 points.

 

I already reached the max. The rewards program is not bad at all, but the cap at 60,000 is crap. I LOVE amazon prime, I must be their worst customer. I order something from them, it seems like, every week. Free two shipping? Count me in.

 

My concern is I don't want to trigger a rate jack or a CLD. Should I be worried if I convert, or should I just be happy with what I have?

The caps on the Freedom are worse, as far as I know, not to speak about the imminent changes to the rewards program. But you probably mean the Freedom Plus then? If that one still exists.

 

Anyway, I agree with shaft that the Chase Amazon is one of their best cards.

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Congrats on the approval! The Amazon Visa is the card that stays in my wallet. Even though it is only a 1,000 limit and a 12.24% APR. Even though I upgraded mine to a better rewards structure (still an Amazon.com Visa), the regualr one is still a solid card. The Chase Freedom isn't so good anymore.

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I was told I wasn't able to convert my Amazon VISA

 

I called on Saturday to convert from Amazon over to the Freedom and was told I couln't also. I sent them an email through their system yesterday and they converted it no problem.

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Does anyone have experience with converting the Chase Amazon Visa into a regular Chase card? I was thinking I might convert mine into the regular Chase Freedom. The Amazon reward program is kind of limited.

 

PS, congrats :lol:

 

You shouldn't have a problem converting, but I feel the Amazon Visa is one of the better reward cards out there. You get 3% back on Amazon purchases, and they sell just about everything. You also get 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and pharmacies. If you combine that with Amazon Prime, that's a tough card to beat. You can get $50 cash after 5000 points; not too shabby. The annual cap is 60,000 points.

 

 

Is the same interest rate applied to all customers?

22% interest rate seems very stiff to me...even with all the rewards.

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I was ordering some books online today through Amazon, and saw the banner at the top of the page, apply for the card and save $30. I figured it was worth the shot, even with a hard pull. I have 3 paid CO's. I clicked the button nervously, and was approved for $1,200, one of my higher limits. They only pulled Experian too, which I have the most inquiries on. The month of May has been very good to me getting increased credit lines and 1 new credit line! I will be forever grateful for finding CB's!

Congrats!

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Hello,

 

I wanted to convert my Amazon Chase Visa Card to Chase Freedom Card. I tried calling the phone number on the back of the card and also sent a message through secure mail. However they say that they are unable to trade my account at present. Any suggestions/ideas would be welcome.

 

Thanks.

 

 

I was told I wasn't able to convert my Amazon VISA

 

I called on Saturday to convert from Amazon over to the Freedom and was told I couln't also. I sent them an email through their system yesterday and they converted it no problem.

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I wanted to convert my Amazon Chase Visa Card to Chase Freedom Card. I tried calling the phone number on the back of the card and also sent a message through secure mail. However they say that they are unable to trade my account at present. Any suggestions/ideas would be welcome.

 

You can try calling several times to different CSRs and hope someone can help you AND/OR wait a few months and see if they will after new card law...

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