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JPM Reserve VISA Infinite replaced Palladium (2016 - 2021)

JPM Reserve VISA Infinite replaced Palladium (2016 - 2021)

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Old Aug 24, 16, 2:43 pm
  #181  
 
Join Date: Jul 2014
Posts: 41
I would really like to get this card.

From what it seems only JP Morgan Private Bankers are eligible to apply.

In order to be JPMPB it looks like I need $10MM in investible assets with JPM.

Any advice on how to make $10MM before the sign up bonus goes away?
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Old Aug 24, 16, 2:49 pm
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Join Date: Aug 2016
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Originally Posted by vinhsynd View Post
I would really like to get this card.

From what it seems only JP Morgan Private Bankers are eligible to apply.

In order to be JPMPB it looks like I need $10MM in investible assets with JPM.

Any advice on how to make $10MM before the sign up bonus goes away?
Load up on life insurance and fake your death then have wife apply for card after joining pb
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Old Aug 24, 16, 2:50 pm
  #183  
 
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Dallas, TX
Programs: AA Gold, Amex Plat, US Air Silver, JPM Palladium
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For those of you who have converted Pd to JPMR, did you get your pro rated AF back?

Trying to decide whether to convert - my AF hit in June, Im $40k / $100k to the bonus, but if we are all force converted in Sept/Oct, I probably wont make it to the bonus. Plus I just got the CSR and was going to direct all my travel spend there (which is what I use Pd for).
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Old Aug 24, 16, 3:11 pm
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Join Date: Jul 2016
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Originally Posted by kethee View Post
For those of you who have converted Pd to JPMR, did you get your pro rated AF back?

Trying to decide whether to convert - my AF hit in June, Im $40k / $100k to the bonus, but if we are all force converted in Sept/Oct, I probably wont make it to the bonus. Plus I just got the CSR and was going to direct all my travel spend there (which is what I use Pd for).
The prior threads indicate that you get your prorated AF back, but I don't think there has been any confirmation yet - too early.

If you convert, let us know if they will allow you to keep using your current card until expiration, which has the laser-engraved signature (versus the regular white box for the JPMR).
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Old Aug 24, 16, 4:16 pm
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Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: Los Angeles
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yeah you can keep using your current card

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Old Aug 24, 16, 10:59 pm
  #186  
 
Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Boise Idaho
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I just converted my Palladium to the JPM reserve tonight. I thought converting would ensure I wouldn't have to notify all the merchants I have reaccurring billing with but of course they change the security code so maintaining the same card number is pointless.
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Old Aug 25, 16, 1:02 am
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Join Date: Sep 2013
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So my colleague that applied (and was approved) for a Palladium last Friday (the final day to apply for one) was sent a plastic card. He called up and was told that metal cards, "are currently not available at this time."

I'm guessing he might only get his when the replacement metal JPMR cards go out.
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Old Aug 25, 16, 11:17 am
  #188  
 
Join Date: Aug 2015
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Originally Posted by AoshichanX View Post
Yes you can use your current card. I converted to JP Morgan Reserve on 08/23/2016 but it affected my pending Chick Fil A transaction from 08/22/2016 since it posted 08/24/2016. See below Chick Fil A 3x dining vs my Cinnabon 1x.
further reason to eat more chick fil a

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Old Aug 25, 16, 2:06 pm
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Missouri
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Received UPS package

Just received my new card. Converted on Monday afternoon.

Card is identical with the only differences being: white signature panel, Infinite below Visa, and no Concierge phone number listed on card itself.

Books are a nice glossy paper. No mention of Infinite $100 airfare credit. Was told this was a benefit when converting, but nothing in writing. Will have to call and see.

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Old Aug 25, 16, 3:25 pm
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Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: New York
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Originally Posted by fueldude View Post
Just received my new card. Converted on Monday afternoon.

Card is identical with the only differences being: white signature panel, Infinite below Visa, and no Concierge phone number listed on card itself.

Books are a nice glossy paper. No mention of Infinite $100 airfare credit. Was told this was a benefit when converting, but nothing in writing. Will have to call and see.
I was told the Infinite $100 airfare credit was not available with the Reserve card. I suppose one could check by entering in your Reserve card number on the Infinite booking site to see if you can get in.

Conceptually, I can see why JPM may not offer the Visa Infinite booking since they would want users to book on the UR portal. The new Ritz-Carlton Infinite card does not accumulate UR points so it makes sense they would offer the Infinite booking benefit.
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Old Aug 25, 16, 3:34 pm
  #191  
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Missouri
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Originally Posted by NewYorker545 View Post
I was told the Infinite $100 airfare credit was not available with the Reserve card. I suppose one could check by entering in your Reserve card number on the Infinite booking site to see if you can get in.

Conceptually, I can see why JPM may not offer the Visa Infinite booking since they would want users to book on the UR portal. The new Ritz-Carlton Infinite card does not accumulate UR points so it makes sense they would offer the Infinite booking benefit.
Indeed you're correct and I was told wrong. Called to figure out where to send my old cards and inquired about credit. Was told it was a RC benefit only.
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Old Aug 25, 16, 5:39 pm
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Join Date: May 2014
Location: NYC
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Looks like there is a pdf application out for the card, anyone try it out yet?
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Old Aug 25, 16, 6:10 pm
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Join Date: Aug 2016
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Originally Posted by xinliz View Post
Looks like there is a pdf application out for the card, anyone try it out yet?
Won't work, they've learned from the Palladium situation they had.
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Old Aug 25, 16, 6:29 pm
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Join Date: Aug 2016
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Originally Posted by fueldude View Post
Just received my new card. Converted on Monday afternoon.

Card is identical with the only differences being: white signature panel, Infinite below Visa, and no Concierge phone number listed on card itself.

Books are a nice glossy paper. No mention of Infinite $100 airfare credit. Was told this was a benefit when converting, but nothing in writing. Will have to call and see.
Hi,

Like to see pics of the card (front and back). Does it weigh the same as the Palladium Card?
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Old Aug 25, 16, 6:42 pm
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Join Date: Jan 2014
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Originally Posted by dlesin View Post
Won't work, they've learned from the Palladium situation they had.
I'm actually dying to know if this is true or not... No doubt some will apply and we will see..
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