JP Morgan Palladium Card

Old May 26, 10, 4:47 pm
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JP Morgan Palladium Card

Hello,

This week's Barrons had an article on the JP Morgan private bank, and mentioned they offer their clients a "Palladium Card." It apparently includes an "unusually generous airline-rewards program." The article didn't go into any details, and the card is only available to private banking clients. Any insight on what the benefits are?

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Old May 27, 10, 7:40 am
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Old May 27, 10, 9:09 am
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Old May 27, 10, 9:18 am
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I think this come under the heading of "If you have to ask, you don't qualify"
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Old May 27, 10, 9:21 am
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Originally Posted by TAHKUCT View Post
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To work around this:

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A working link will appear near the top of the results, and you will be able to read the entire article, which does not say much about the card.

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To work around this:

  • Go to: google.com
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A working link will appear near the top of the results, and you will be able to read the entire article, which does not say much about the card.

If you copy the link and paste it into a Flyertalk post it will no longer display the entire article.
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Old May 27, 10, 6:23 pm
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I actually have had this card since fall if anyone wants to know anything.
So, what does it offer? Is there an annual fee?
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Old Apr 7, 11, 11:32 pm
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Just found a detailed review of the card at http://creditcardforum.com/blog/jp-m...card-benefits/

The rewards program looks decent, but certainly not amazing considering the requirements associated with the card.



Originally Posted by craigf View Post
So, what does it offer? Is there an annual fee?
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Originally Posted by yevlesh2 View Post
Just found a detailed review of the card at http://creditcardforum.com/blog/jp-m...card-benefits/

The rewards program looks decent, but certainly not amazing considering the requirements associated with the card.
Given that it's Ultimate Rewards, it actually sounds like it's worse than my Chase Freedom card in terms of points earning.
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Old Apr 12, 11, 10:14 am
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Originally Posted by craigf View Post
So, what does it offer? Is there an annual fee?
It was $600 when I got it and was told that the card itself was worth $600 in metals, haven't had it a year so I dont know offhand if that is per year.

Having a Centurion card, I havent figured out yet how it will benefit me beyond that card.

It's actually quite annoying and I find myself not wanting to pull it out of my wallet. Despite being way too heavy for a CC, it just gets too much attention. I don't want to have to explain what it is when I am picking up lightbulbs at the hardware store, I dont want get it passed around at a restaurant and have 10 people touch it before it is given back to me. Because of that, it has gone mostly unused the last 10 months.
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Does not seem very impressive of an offering
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Seems like there's a new benefit for Palladium cardholders: EMV chips.

JPMorgan Pushes Chip Cards to Wealthy in Race With Wells Fargo

"JPMorgan will first offer the card exclusively to affluent customers. Clients with a JPMorgan Palladium credit card, which has a $595 annual fee, will receive a chip card by June, the company said."

Was thinking of that. If one's paying close to $600 in annual fees, one should get a better card than a plain ol' 50 year old mag-stripe.
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