As of September 2018, double dipping Chase applications no longer works. Technically, you could still do it, but it would result in your account being manually reviewed by Chase.Read More
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Chase 5/24 has an unofficial rule that states that if you have opened 5 or more credit cards from ANY credit issuer in the past 24 months, you will not be eligible for select Chase cards. In the past year, Chase has added a handful of new cards, and application rules have also changed.Read More
Citi Bank has unique product change options because unlike other credit issuers, the product change options are all Citi cards. The only rule you have to abide by is that you must stick with personal or business cards.Read More
A product change is when you keep the same credit account open and request to go from product A to product B. You can request a product change after the first year of having product A. Here are the product change rules for Chase cards.Read More
Starting August 26, 2018, new rules will be implemented for the Chase Marriott and Amex SPG cards. Most people are speculating that the implementation will be on Marriott's side and link loyalty program numbers to ensure consumers aren't stacking multiple benefits.Read More