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Re: Barclay Arrival Plus Devaluation
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2015, 01:48:34 PM »
just that the card is still going to be great for lot's of us.

Not arguing with your point that if someone spends less then 90K a year then it doesn't pay.
The only thing the refundable help with is the increased redemption threshold and more limited travel categories.

It doesn't affect the trip it pro subscription or, most importantly, the lower rebate.

Even so, even at 2.2%, this isn't a card I planned on keeping, as even $40k is too much of a breakeven.
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Re: Barclay Arrival Plus Devaluation
« Reply #16 on: July 02, 2015, 02:16:59 PM »

Likely deserves a new thread.

Seems like this is confirmed.

Seems like this is in effect for people who applied 7/1/2015 and forward. Changes for existing members seem to be in September.

But the two reps didn't agree on the date of this change. 1 said it's started today the other said it's going to start sometime in September.
So I guess both reps where right in a way.