takeshi wrote:I wouldn't expect so given the current rates offered on those cards but you'd have to call to verify. Does the 9.24% card have any rewards? Rewards typically come with higher APR's.
You could keep the 9.24% card, open the CSP and, if needed, move limits around.
Yes, this 9.24% card is a Freedom Signature Visa with a perfect history and a ($26,000.00) credit line (acct. start date on file with Chase is August 1973). My Chase Freedom World MasterCard will be phased out soon ($20,000.00 limit, start date January 1973, perfect record), but the interest is higher (13%). I don't want to open new accounts anymore (nobody will match or come close to what I've got with Chase or my Capital One accounts), so I either have to live with TWO Visa Freedom cards (with different limits & APR's), OR convert one of them to another kind of Chase card, (I'd like to have two cards instead of one with a huge limit). I'd just like a heads up on Chase's APR conversion guidelines when doing a card product change with APR's that low, or credit limits that high (before I call a Chase supervisor to make embarrassing demands). Thanx!