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Old Mar 15, 16, 12:21 pm
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Planet Earth
Programs: SPG, AA, B6. No longer "still CO to me" with account spent down. RIP CO.
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Well it's less ugly than I feared. I like having a mastercard for Yankees' presale. May replace it in my Amex profile with the Hilton
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Old Mar 15, 16, 12:30 pm
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Originally Posted by dw View Post
Not sure where they got their information from, but both Darius and DOC reported the $100 companion discount last week for the conversion cards.

DOC actually had a chart (presumably provided by either Jetblue or Barclays) comparing the benefits of all four card products that mentioned the $100 discount.
It's on the brochure if you got the new card in the mail.
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Old Mar 15, 16, 12:39 pm
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It's definitely a mess. At least we have each other and others in the same situation? I'll be keeping a close eye on this thread and see what happens. If I hear anything else, I'll update as well.
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Old Mar 15, 16, 1:49 pm
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Originally Posted by hiima View Post
It's on the brochure if you got the new card in the mail.
Or, you know, maybe on Barclay's website:

https://www.barclaycardus.com/servicing/mynewcard
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Old Mar 15, 16, 1:54 pm
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Woo hoo after a call to Barclays got the personal account approved and the Business account was just approved! Looking forward to Mosaic status after $50k spend :-) Between AA's devaluation of their award chart and my last trip with them being a disaster I have closed all of my AA cards and switched to Barclays. Mint is not as flashy as AA flagship to JFK but it looks like a good value and the wifi might actually be useful!
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Old Mar 15, 16, 5:37 pm
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Sorry to be so dense about this - if I am an AMEX convert:

1) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue Plus card?
2) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue business card?
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Old Mar 15, 16, 9:38 pm
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Originally Posted by VolareOooCantareOoo View Post
Sorry to be so dense about this - if I am an AMEX convert:

1) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue Plus card?
2) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue business card?
1) correct
2) I think incorrect
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Old Mar 16, 16, 9:07 am
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Originally Posted by dukie570 View Post
1) correct
2) I think incorrect
Thanks.

Separately, I see a lot of people have applied for the business and personal on the same day. Re: Barclays, I tried looking up application rules/guidelines, but was only able to find a 2 card maximum rule. Does Barclays look at recent inquiries / open accounts / anything else?
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Old Mar 16, 16, 9:37 am
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Originally Posted by VolareOooCantareOoo View Post
Sorry to be so dense about this - if I am an AMEX convert:

1) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue Plus card?
2) I can't get sign up bonus on the Jetblue business card?
No one knows for sure.

Right now the system isn't letting current AmEx cardholders apply for the plus.

There is language that says " This offer is available to new cardmembers only", however we won't know until after the conversion occurs on March 21 if former converts are considered current cardmembers.

Generally with credit card products, each product is considered a card, so for example if you have the United MileagePlus card, you're still eligible for the MileagePlus Explorer bonus before your eligibility reopens for the first.
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Old Mar 16, 16, 9:52 am
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FWIW, I was unable to convert my Hawaiian to the standard Jetblue card.
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Old Mar 16, 16, 11:20 am
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Update from JetBlue:

"A new file will be sent to Barclays this weekend letting them know which American Express customers have cancelled their membership. With that said, if you receive a credit card in the mail, it will not be an active card. It will also not be linked to an active account."
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Old Mar 16, 16, 7:42 pm
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Wish they had asked us if we wanted the "transfer" card or the plus card. I would take the plus card; I would easily save the annual fee in bag charges alone.
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Old Mar 17, 16, 6:24 am
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Originally Posted by alegeeter View Post
Update from JetBlue:

"A new file will be sent to Barclays this weekend letting them know which American Express customers have cancelled their membership. With that said, if you receive a credit card in the mail, it will not be an active card. It will also not be linked to an active account."
That's interesting. Can I ask where you got that from?
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Old Mar 17, 16, 10:07 am
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A TrueBlue representative reached out to me via phone after I made a big enough stink on Twitter.

I also just received a message from barclaycard on Twitter pretty much saying the same thing. Looks like the companies finally worked things out. Come 3/21 we should not have an account with barclaycard at all and there shouldn't be any record of us ever having one.
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Old Mar 17, 16, 1:20 pm
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Cancelled my AMEX Jetblue card - let's see what happens next.

Edit: Very important - make sure if you want to cancel that you do it today (not tomorrow, March 18).

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