I think it’s really unlikely, and would be a huge bummer, but if it happened it wouldn’t be some instant thing, there would be some kind of multi-month grace period to transfer all your points.
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It’s subjective but I wouldn’t go through that much trouble just to get an increased points value on what you’ve banked and then get out. The signup bonuses you’re talking about passing on are more than your current points total. You also shouldn’t cancel cards, you can downgrade to a second Freedom instead.
You don’t want to upgrade, because upgrades aren’t eligible for sign-up bonuses, and you won’t be able to downgrade back to the no-fee because that card isn’t offered anymore. You’ll be able to downgrade the Preferred or Reserve to a Freedom or Freedom Unlimited if you decide the fee isn’t worth it to you.
You should be earning 2% (or its equivalent in travel points) or more back on every purchase you ever make. Not knowing what the rest of your spending is like or which Discover card you have, if you really don’t travel much I’d consider something like the Citi Double Cash which is 2% back on everything.
We will indeed, just working out the kinks.
This should help:
They’re totally worth it without the sign up bonus, but they’re not worth missing the bonus for to have them sooner. You should wait for a time when you can definitely hit the bonus, and get a different no international fee card for now.
As long as you’ve got fully charged batteries you won’t have that issue. That happens when the power starts to run low.
The Pro model goes from 0.4-10mm
Yep, it’s linked to in the article, though if you have an ad blocker it might be blocking it.
I think it’ll come back as a targeted offer on a regular basis but not as something generally available.
The $300 travel credit covers almost anything you can think of, not just through Chase.
It’s not coming back.
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