7 Responses

  1. Bob
    Bob at |

    Great info, thanks for the heads up!

  2. KennyB
    KennyB at |

    It wouldn’t matter to me, since I would be converting so Sapphire or Freedom after 11 months regardless. Or, to be more accurate, I just did.

  3. Grant
    Grant at |

    All three annual fees are overpriced in my book. The more chase cards you have, the less value you get out of the CSP.

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