You can apply for a Chase Slate credit limit increase, but whether or not you’ll be approved largely depends on your recent payment history. You can easily submit this request online or over the phone (800-432-3117).
Just keep in mind that the issuer may have to re-review your credit history, resulting in a hard inquiry and a temporary decline in your credit score. Before you call, you might also want to check out this article, which has some helpful tips. Best of luck!
If you've got over 6 months of clear payment history with the card, you should be good to go.
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