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Amex D-Day Approaching (14/4/19)!

SOPOOR

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I might too, though I would like to see what sorta trend I end up with, till March next year as AF is due then.
I see virtually no reason to keep any of the amex cards. However I value the travel credit at about 75% of face value,
Add in statement credits and I will be marginally ahead.
So i will keep
 

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I see virtually no reason to keep any of the amex cards. However I value the travel credit at about 75% of face value,
Add in statement credits and I will be marginally ahead.
So i will keep
I see great value in the charge, especially since the new point earn is a flat earn.
Every trip gets me a free breakfast and dinner at the airports, usually Sydney and Melbourne.
 

SOPOOR

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I see great value in the charge, especially since the new point earn is a flat earn.
Every trip gets me a free breakfast and dinner at the airports, usually Sydney and Melbourne.
I dont know too much about the charge as I stopped at the $1500 annual fee
 

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Breakfast and dinner for 2 at the airport is easily around $100. The Hertz perk now means I don't need to line up to get my rental car saves me 20-30 min every time I go intestate for work. The travel credits, the lounge and hotel perks for the supps too has been great and I'm only 5 months in
 

SOPOOR

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Breakfast and dinner for 2 at the airport is easily around $100. The Hertz perk now means I don't need to line up to get my rental car saves me 20-30 min every time I go intestate for work. The travel credits, the lounge and hotel perks for the supps too has been great and I'm only 5 months in
I know for busienss users the charge is good, even the centurion . For the average personal spender, i can't justify it over the explorer to be honest
 

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