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Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

They were tempting me for this 50K offer from past 4-5 months, I bit the bullet last night.. got IN-PROGRESS status. Just called to confirm and it's approved with 3500 limit.

The CSR mentiond my account falls under "High Value" customer, not sure what that is.

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Congratulations!  "High Value" customer always sounds good in my ears...especially coming from AMEX.

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.


yudeology101 wrote:

Congratulations!  "High Value" customer always sounds good in my ears...especially coming from AMEX.


Thanks yudeology :-)

   It definitely sounds, even if it comes out of First Premier CSR's mouth Smiley Very Happy.. Not really sure if she really meant something or just a plain BS.

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Congrats!

 

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.


brianjb wrote:

Congrats!

 


Thanks brianjb

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Congrats & enjoy the new card Smiley Happy

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Congrats! Thanks for sharing.


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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Thanks folks Smiley Happy

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.

Was it Seattle 50k offer? Smiley Very Happy

congrats!

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Re: Delta Gold approved with 50K bonus.


JasonKR wrote:

Was it Seattle 50k offer? Smiley Very Happy

congrats!


Hi JasonKR, it wasn't the Seattle Offer.. just a mail in offer. I have actually bunch of them sitting in my email. I can share some here if someone is interested in applying.

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