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really need advice for Citi CLI

As I've posted before, my Simplicity is at 1600, 0 balance.
Pay date is always the 9th and statements close every 13th.
I am really hoping come my sixth month in December that I can either call or go online to request a CLI from my 1600 to 4000. Or even just doubled to 3200.
I am wanting to use my BT 0% for 18 months offer through them for another creditor, and am wondering how to best execute the CLI.

One kind of different way I was thinking of doing it was by contacting them just for the BT and hoping they would bring up my limit and if I need more then they could take me over to that rep and then do the transfer, but I don't know if that's the best way to go about this.

Any thoughts?
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