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Also enjoyed the Nordstroms review. There use to be a platinum card, Chase use to have a platinum card, Citi, Washington Mutual and Bank of America use to have platinum cards.
we also use to have travel agents, now we have Travelocity and Expedia. Travel agents need a job, I'm sure everybody knows what happened. We now have signature cards and cards with words like Sapphire, Freedom, Slate, Venture, Zync, Forward
Girl I'm not sure if you are comparing the Nordstroms charge card or Nordstroms Visa to the Blue Cash? If you are comparing the charge to the Blue Cash. I would expect this to be a better card being this is a credit card. If you are comparing to the Blue Cash card, Nordstrom doesn't want to reward you for using their card ouside of their store. Look at what Target did with their Visa. They're not doing anything different than any of the other stores like Macys with the American express, Coldwater Creek Visa, or LL Bean Visa. I have a store in Paramus park mall.
Now as far as rewards go you have a point on the Gold Rewards card, but with the Chase Freedom can you transfer your points to any airline? How about with the Nordstroms visa can you transfer your points to any airline?
With all 3 cards let's say for example you are in Chicago on business and you want to make dining reservations for the weekend, which card allows you this benefit the Gold Rewards card, the Chase Freedom or Nordstroms Visa?