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thechainrule
 
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Dumb Question BA Visa

Postby thechainrule » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:10 pm

So I have had the British Airways Visa card for a little while now and definitely need to get rid of it due to the fee. However, I keep seeing the sweet deal for 100,000k miles pop up over and over again, is it possible to cancel the card and the sign up again to get more miles?


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Postby FutureBillionaire » Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:08 pm

thechainrule wrote:So I have had the British Airways Visa card for a little while now and definitely need to get rid of it due to the fee. However, I keep seeing the sweet deal for 100,000k miles pop up over and over again, is it possible to cancel the card and the sign up again to get more miles?


You may actually be able to apply for the same card again. I feel like I have read about folks having 2 of the same card on this forum.
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Postby websteth » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:37 pm

I know American Express says you have to wait something like 18 -mo after canceling and reapplying. I've heard Chase is similar as well. It should be in the terms of the offer.
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