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$81,000 - Hilton Amex

$63,400 - Bank of America Cash Rewards Visa

$58,015  - Chase Freedom Visa

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On 12/5/2018 at 3:10 PM, hegemony said:

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

Crap1 Vulture 80k

 

 

Nice!!!

 

 

11 hours ago, cv91915 said:

$81,000 - Hilton Amex

$63,400 - Bank of America Cash Rewards Visa

$58,015  - Chase Freedom Visa

Also nice. :)  Wish I could get Chase to give me limits like that on the personal cards.  Did that take combining limits to achieve?

 

 

 

Both of these make me realize I'm long overdue at another attempt of 4506 CLI.

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1 hour ago, Big Bear said:

Wish I could get Chase to give me limits like that on the personal cards.  Did that take combining limits to achieve?

 

The Freedom has been my dumping ground for limits from other Chase cards that I've closed over time.  

 

Jury is still out if I'll keep the Sapphire Reserve in year two (AF posts in Feb), so I may have another $35,000 to move over.

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22 hours ago, cv91915 said:

The Freedom has been my dumping ground for limits from other Chase cards that I've closed over time.  

 

Jury is still out if I'll keep the Sapphire Reserve in year two (AF posts in Feb), so I may have another $35,000 to move over.

I clearly need to read your other threads if you're thinking about culling that one after all of the benefits you've posted.

 

I won't be putting work travel on mine nearly as much in 2019, so I need to do the math on that as well.

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1 hour ago, Big Bear said:

I clearly need to read your other threads if you're thinking about culling that one after all of the benefits you've posted.

 

I won't be putting work travel on mine nearly as much in 2019, so I need to do the math on that as well.

2019 will probably see less travel than the last 2-3 years, and after AA's EP requirements change I am no longer chasing EQDs with spending.

 

Together those facts mean that I'm completely re-evaluating where 2019 spending goes, and which AF cards to keep.  I have $2,625 in AFs right now (and no regrets), but the new ones are always easy to justify in year one thanks to the SUBs.

 

It's likely that not all four of the cards with $400-550 AFs will survive into a second year.  The AAdvantage Executive isn't going anywhere because we both use it for Admirals Club access. 

 

No decisions before I do some analysis, but the Sapphire Reserve and the Amex Platinum are both at risk of non-renewal.  

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On 12/5/2018 at 12:10 PM, hegemony said:

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

Crap1 Vulture 80k

 

 

I didn't know the Hyatts could go that high! 🧐

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On 1/1/2019 at 7:58 AM, brainchasm said:

I didn't know the Hyatts could go that high! 🧐

 

chase combo :)

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Need to CLI mine and try to combo away my old Slate perhaps...Hmm.  Maybe later.

 

NFCU Cash Rewards 25,000

PenFed AmEx Travel 21,000

Discover IT               18,900

 

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On 12/5/2018 at 12:10 PM, hegemony said:

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

Crap1 Vulture 80k

 

 

revised... DOWN.

 

BOA 99.9k

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

=========

Barclaycard Arrival 65k

 

SAD!

 

(closed crap1 vulture)

 

Edit: senior moment... forgot BOA!!!!!! less SAD! :)

Edited by hegemony

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4 hours ago, hegemony said:

BOA 99.9k

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

 

On 12/11/2018 at 7:03 PM, cv91915 said:

$81,000 - Hilton Amex

$63,400 - Bank of America Cash Rewards Visa

$58,015  - Chase Freedom Visa

the boys came to play these days! my high pre-BK was only

 

BofA 60k

CSP 57k

UNFCU 50k

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13 minutes ago, shifter said:

 

the boys came to play these days! my high pre-BK was only

 

BofA 60k

CSP 57k

UNFCU 50k

When I joined CB I had a $750 Capital One card.  

 

That's it.

 

:lol: 

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On ‎9‎/‎5‎/‎2019 at 3:44 PM, hegemony said:

revised... DOWN.

 

BOA 99.9k

Chase Hyatt 94k

Amex BCP 82K

=========

Barclaycard Arrival 65k

 

SAD!

 

(closed crap1 vulture)

 

Edit: senior moment... forgot BOA!!!!!! less SAD! :)

I honestly don't know if I could bring myself to the point of closing an $80K card, even if it was CrapOne!

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3 hours ago, Rogue said:

I honestly don't know if I could bring myself to the point of closing an $80K card, even if it was CrapOne!

I have no ragrets

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On ‎5‎/‎31‎/‎2018 at 8:31 AM, Allkindabroke said:

SDFCU Premium Cash Back Plus Visa $30K

NFCU Visa $24K

Discover $22K

 

Same cards playing musical chairs.

SDFCU Premium Cash Back Plus Visa $30K

Discover $28.5K

NFCU Visa $24K

 

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On 2/28/2018 at 11:52 AM, wajj said:

NFCU Cash Rewards $35K

Discover $33.5K

PSECU Founders $30K

 

Slew of cards stuck at $25K. I think I need to work on them.

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Discover $48.5K

PSECU Founders $30K

BOA Cash Rewards $29.4K (one more CLI and it's on the list)

 

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