- Centurion Member
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- Joined: Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:40 pm
- Location: Lawton, ok
Couple things. You won't take a hit in your AAoA because that account will continue on your report for ten years, although it will report as closed. Additionally since both are cards issued by Centurion Bank itself, they should all have roughly the same age, since Amex backdates accounts to the year of your member since date.
I guess what I'm saying is that if you don't feel you will get value out of the platinum, then I really doubt you'll get value from the green. MAYBE you would get value from the PRG with its reward categories, although the AF is higher than the green. Biggest reason I could see to just downgrading to the green even if you don't think any of their charge cards are valuable to you would be to retain Membership Rewards points you've earned. I'm not sure if that's a concern for you or whether you just always transfer all of your MR over to delta due to your relationship with them.
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