5/24 May Now Apply to More (all?) Chase Cards

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About a week ago, I posted that we were hearing chatter, via a Reddit thread, that the Hyatt card was likely now subject to the dreaded Chase 5/24 rule.

I’ve been monitoring that thread and it seems that the datapoints are piling up. So far, we are seeing denials due to too many cards in the past 24 months for the The World of Hyatt Credit Card, the IHG credit card, the British Airways credit card and the Iberia credit card.

I have not yet seen data points on any of these (but if you have, please let me know) which have been historically non-5/24:

Chase Disney
Chase Marriott Premier business card
Chase Amazon
Chase AARP
Chase Aer Lingus

I’m almost positive the Aer Lingus one is going to be 5/24 too, since the BA and Iberia both are. I’d really love a data point on the Marriott business card. And, umm, Disney anyone? 😉

Long story short, this is worth monitoring as if these cards are all now definitively 5/24, it will absolutely change the strategy for some people.

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