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    Default Palladium Rewards Booklet

    I have to say, my dream card is a J.P. Morgan Chase Palladium card.

    A buddy of mine who is an F/A at Chase sent me the rewards booklet for the Palladium card, and offered to send in an app for me. I don't think I would be approved, but here is the rewards booklet!
    \\Eighteen year old looking to maximize credit, for myself and others.

    American Express Zync
    American Express Delta Reserve
    Chase Sapphire Preferred
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    seems like a very nice card. run this by me isn't the annual fee something like 595.00? or is this a different palladium card?
    didn't chase bankers tell me 2 years ago that your member since date isn't important, it's all about how the card works, that the 2 best cards are the chase freedom and the sapphire? I saw in the bottom left of the card member since date.
    for new board members I came over from a different bank called First card that bank had a member since date of 1995 on the card
    I eventually was given a chase platinum from 2006 to 2010, when they converted the platinum to the freedom, they took that date off.

    I thought chase thinks the member since date is dumb, why do they have it on this card?
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    Palladium, laser etched and 23 karat gold. Just wow, that's really awesome!
    I don't understand how it's any better than the CSP though.
    Comparison
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    If you want Lounge Club you can get a Chase Ink card. If you want primary auto coverage, you can get a Chase United Explorer card

    All cards will have the EMV chip in a couple of years.
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    Seems to be more a status symbol than actually providing benefits to justify the cost.
    Sole Ownership Cards:
    1st Financial Bank Platinum Student Visa, $500 CL, Open Since 3/2012
    Citi Forward Student Visa, $6k CL, Open Since 10/2012
    Costco TrueEarnings Amex, $6k CL, Backdates to 1/2012
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