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badger83 wrote:Still mulling over pulling the trigger on this card, and I'm thinking they HAVE to nerf it at some point right? Like, that $300 yearly credit on any travel expense brings the cost down to $150 per year, plus offering 3 pts on travel and dining with no limit has to cost Chase quite a lot (since probably anyone who gets this card is spending a lot on travel and dining).
So which benefit does Chase cut first, do you all think? Lower the travel credit? Caps on travel/dining? Or maybe they just start offering the card with a lower sign-up bonus?
I would imagine they would not change the 3X on dining and travel since that is the factor that differentiates it from the CSP the most. They will probably reduce the $300 before getting rid of it outright.
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