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Chase's T&C for each card state (sometimes explicitly, sometimes implicitly) whether a card comes as always Sig, never Sig, or sometimes Sig. Look at the paragraph preceding "you must be at least 18 years old to qualify".
British Airways: Surprisingly, sometimes. Despite the $95 AF in the second year, it can be Platinum.
Southwest Premier: Signature or Classic (and not Platinum). $99 AF first year.
It really is necessary to know the specific terms of each card.
*And yes, apart from the (as I've recently learned, far-from-guaranteed) soft CL, a lot of the benefits are of questionable value.
**There are so many more threads about people wanting/getting Visa Sig than actually using the benefits. Specific VS cards often have great perks, but those are provided by the issuer, and not Visa.
Keeping indefinitely: IHG, SchwabPlat, CSP, Discover, Freedom, ED, BCE, Hyatt
May close or PC: Prestige, Arrival, BrooksBros
AA Platinum converting into Costco
Might add: Proper business card, CSR, Ritz, Delta Gold, First Tech
Letting new accounts cool off since May