Chase priced a total of $1.75 billion of securities backed by credit card receivables Monday, according to a regulatory filing.

The offering consisted of two tranches with a weighted average life of 2.92 years. The class A (2015-1) floating-rate notes with a scheduled principal repayment date of February 2018 was upsized to $350 million from $250 million originally; the notes pay Libor plus 32 basis points.

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