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MemberSince99 wrote:And I am finding I'm having a hard time justifying that fee. I haven't used it at all for travel yet. That may come, but right now, I'm just thinking I will move as much of the line as I can to the Freedom and close it down rather than pay the fee. I'm not getting value from it, and I would not expect to see an increase without taking two hard pulls (and maybe not even then as I saw) and I have two travel cards with higher limits and one without an annual fee.
I can't really justify to myself the cost of this, but I am still a bit hesitant to move the limit and close. Still if I'm going to do it, I better do it soon before the fee comes up. Once I pay it I might as well hang onto it for the year.
So it's kind of on the chopping block. But I do want to move that limit to the Freedom....no point wasting that.
Just cancel it, dude. That's what I did once I realized I was never going to put enough spend on it to even cover the annual fee.
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