James O got us the official confirmation that you can get a personal and business card from Chase at the same time. I did it last month with the United Explorer and the United Business Explorer but wanted a data point on two different cards. Here is James’ email to me on the issue:
There you go, readers. Another Frugal Travel Guy of the Day tip by James O. He now has three, he tells me, prominently displayed on his mantle. What??? I never sent a thing. James is making this stuff up I’m sure. What is on the mantle, James?
The keys here are credit-worthy individual and company. Chase has indeed been asking me more pointed questions about my business as of late. Keep that in mind.
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