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What's the usual bonus for this card? Should I wait out or get this now?
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$70? That doesn't seem like a very big incentive, lol
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Compared to travel cards the welcome bonus is pretty lame (especially for Chase), but 5% cash back on Amazon transactions without an annual fee is awesome. It just depends on how much you spend on Amazon each year... more than $2k? Probably worth it.
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How is this different than my current Amazon card offered through Syncrony? Are they are offering that any more?
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How is this different than my current Amazon card offered through Syncrony? Are they are offering that any more?
The Syncrony card can be used only with Amazon whereas this is a regular credit card that has 2% cashback in restaurants and drugstores.

Added bonus is that you get a metallic card (for prime members) and no foreign transaction fees (for all) with this card.
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I already have the regular Amazon credit card (non-prime). If you upgrade, do you still get it? I was going to use the 70 dollar bonus to essentially pay for the prime membership.
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Will Chase be willing to convert an existing card to an Amazon since it's issued by them. Have an old Slate card that rarely use and this would probably avoid a hard pull.
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Read the reviews on Amazon about Chase and their shady interest policies concerning this card.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/BT00LN9...ature+card
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Read the reviews on Amazon about Chase and their shady interest policies concerning this card.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/BT00LN9...ature+card
I usually don't even look at interest rates since I payoff balance in full every month. It could be 50% and wouldn't matter.
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That's my point. Read the reviews as I stated.
Ahh, gotcha. Second review by Ryan on Jan 9, 2016 about sums it up
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My advice: wait to pay off this credit card until a week before the due date each month. (Don't wait any longer than that, because as one of the other reviewers points out, it could take up to 5 days for your payment to be processed. If the processing completes after the due date, they will charge you interest. Tricky, right?) Make sure you pay off the ENTIRE BALANCE on the credit card at that time (in other words, your payment should bring the total balance on the credit card to $0). Once you have initiated the payment, do not use the card to make more purchases until after the due date. If you have another credit card, hook that one up to Amazon as well so that if you need to make purchases in that week-long time frame, you can simply choose that one to use at checkout instead (I highly suggest Discover credit card, very user friendly and fantastic cash back options).
Nice catch.
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Isn't this the same as the one offered every checkout? Is this a third amazon credit card out there?
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the best amazon card is the chase one...heard there are issues with synchrony bank
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Ahh, gotcha. Second review by Ryan on Jan 9, 2016 about sums it up


Nice catch.
If the card is offered by Chase, it doesn't follow the same Chase policies? All my Chase cards are auto debited of the full balance on the due date and I've never once been charged interest.

EDIT: Nevermind. I read through Ryan's full review and he's pointing out what he thinks is the issue based on reading the terms. A comment in his review answered my question.
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