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True. I had a similar experience earlier this week.
Called to convert my Optima Platinum to the Sheratorn Starpoint. The rep refused, saying I'd have to apply for that card.
I called the next day and asked the CS rep to speak w/ an Amex supervisor. The rep asked why, to which I replied I wanted the Sheraton card. She said that won't be necessary, since she'll happily do it for me now.
As for the Amex web site "log on & check whether you're pre-approved for another card" feature, I've tried it. I was offered the Platinum charge card, but I doubt that means I'm pre-approved for it.
Where did you see that "check if you are approved for another card" feature?
I think you have to click on "I'm already a cardmember." You should see the "check if you are approved for another card" right under it.
Re: AMEX Platinum Upgrade WHY?
I gotta ask (I'm in the same situation) ... why did you upgrade?
I looked at the "preapproved" letter... saw the "you are preapproved" on the website ... but just couldn't justify paying an extra $300 ($450 = $300 for primary, $150 for secondary vs. $150 for up to 5 cards on Gold Rewards Plus)?
I stay at Sheraton, Marriott, and Hilton a lot, so the point-and-a-half deals are pretty good (Platinum doesn't offer it).
I'd be interested in hearing what made you do it, and if you feel it was worth it.
Saar - Click + get the Plat
Saar - why would you not get the Card? Nobody gets that screen if you are not pre-approved. I'd do it!
Think about it!
Re: Saar - Click + get the Pla
I'm planning on traveling more often. Also, you will get a free starwood gold upgrade when you're a platinum card holder. I don't mind paying $300 for the fee. I plan on using the concierge service as well as the fine dining service.