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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

Congrats!

If you want a PRG i would say go for it now. It's january, which means maximum backdating potential.
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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

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snowkitty wrote:

Congrats!! How many cards can you have with Amex? I'm new to them....just got my first card last week.


Maximum number of cards:

5 personal

5 business

= 10 total Amex accounts

 

Even on this forum we don't have that many people run into this issue, but some of our members have hit the 5 personal card limit.

 

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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved


Revelate wrote:

snowkitty wrote:

Congrats!! How many cards can you have with Amex? I'm new to them....just got my first card last week.


Maximum number of cards:

5 personal

5 business

= 10 total Amex accounts

 

Even on this forum we don't have that many people run into this issue, but some of our members have hit the 5 personal card limit.

 


I know of at least one individual who has more than 5 personal Amex cards.  I think it depends on one's credit profile and is not a hard and fast limit.

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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

Congrats

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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

@Wait_K: I wasnt sure I thought it was the other way around hahha now i know

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LesWH wrote:

snowkitty wrote:

Congrats!! How many cards can you have with Amex? I'm new to them....just got my first card last week.


I have 4 actual AMEX cards.  The Green and Platinum charge cards, BCE and Hilton HHonors Surpass.  I'm sure there are others here that have more than 4.


SEem like you are one of AMEx fan...........lol.......

Their backdate just kill us to apply more for their product,,,,


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nicholasyud wrote:

LesWH wrote:

snowkitty wrote:

Congrats!! How many cards can you have with Amex? I'm new to them....just got my first card last week.


I have 4 actual AMEX cards.  The Green and Platinum charge cards, BCE and Hilton HHonors Surpass.  I'm sure there are others here that have more than 4.


SEem like you are one of AMEx fan...........lol.......

Their backdate just kill us to apply more for their product,,,,


I applied for the Platinum because of the 100,000 deal you posted! :smileytongue:


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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved


Revelate wrote:

snowkitty wrote:

Congrats!! How many cards can you have with Amex? I'm new to them....just got my first card last week.


Maximum number of cards:

5 personal

5 business

= 10 total Amex accounts

 

Even on this forum we don't have that many people run into this issue, but some of our members have hit the 5 personal card limit.

 


Really? I have 2 personal and 2 business and have an itch for another. SPG looks like a good fit either personal or business. Must resist for a month or so... Thanks!

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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

Congrats on the New Addition!


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Re: Hilton Honors American Express Approved

I think Amex is like a drug, i wanted it for so long and when i finally got a tasste i wanted more, and now i want even more.

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