Asked on 25 May 2018
1) Yes, I believe you can cancel the card and reapply.
2) Credit score has many other factors that contribute to your overall score, I'm not too sure how drastic the score will be affected but I won't worry too much as long as I pay my bills regularly.
3) It depends on how you value your miles. $193 for 10000miles is valuing it at 2cents per mile. If you value it at 2cents, then you are buying it for your percieved value. Depending on how you redeem your miles, it can be worth more than 2cents, YMMV, so do some research first.
But anyways, I guess your concern is, can I keep this card after 1 year without much cost? You can always call it for a credit card waiver, no harm trying right?
Quite a few questions here. Let me break it down.
1) Yes, you can cancel the card after 1 year and re-apply. But you won't get any sign up bonus from your 2nd application onwards and your future application might be rejected. Banks have records and they are free to approve or reject your subsequent applications.
2) Credit score is affected by a lot of factors but in short, it won't affect much as long as you have no outstanding payments.
3) $193 for 10k miles means different thing for different people. To me, I would gladly pay the annual fee. It is not everyday you get to purchase 10k miles at 2 cents per mile, which if you redeem the miles for premium cabin travel, presents a very good value. I am not sure if you are a miles chaser but this 10k miles for $193 every year should form part of your miles strategy. 10k miles don't sounds a lot but in the grand scheme of things, 10k miles is something good to have.
Cancelling and then reapplying again would be subjected to the bank's approval. You'll probably not ...
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