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AMEX Delta

Hey all, thinking of taking a trip to London in late april early may and figured I could utilize the delta card for miles etc. The catch would be that I previously paid for airfare through delta last may but due to last minute medical reasons wasnt able to take the trip thus I have about $1300 worth of tickets to use. Flying to london would be say $1800-$2000 but maybe the additional $500-$700 could be made up with the sign up bonus from delta. I currently have a BCE and PRG amex, not sure if I can still get delta (I think I know the answer since its not a "true" amex?) but wanted to check. Question: Can I have all 3 amex's? (BCE PRG Delta?) and is the $150 AF really worth it for the Platinum card? We dont really travel much so Im thinking no but thought I'd get 2 cents just to be safe. 

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So I would have to cancel a bce/prg and try to apply for delta? I highly doubt they would give me 3 of their cards then...lol I just found a link that may have just started that has a signup bonus of 70,000 miles which would reallllly help compared to the 30,000 listed on delta website. 70,000 offer give $100 statement credit and 30,000 gives $50. 

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The bad thing if they denied would  cost a SOFT PULL.

Good thing one HArd Pull if approved. 

There no loss . Why wait ???


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Any thoughts on CL might get? score should be 715-730 maybe..bce is at 2k :smileysad: but all other cards are 5k+

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s_rob7488 wrote:

Any thoughts on CL might get? score should be 715-730 maybe..bce is at 2k :smileysad: but all other cards are 5k+


There no warranty but they would get you where you want after 61 days. 


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s_rob7488 wrote:

So I would have to cancel a bce/prg and try to apply for delta? I highly doubt they would give me 3 of their cards then...lol I just found a link that may have just started that has a signup bonus of 70,000 miles which would reallllly help compared to the 30,000 listed on delta website. 70,000 offer give $100 statement credit and 30,000 gives $50. 


What is the link?  That's an interesting offer.

 


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true, although I still havent had luck with that 61 dayx3 on bce. lol they must hate me

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I googled amex delta offers and it should have something in the first few links with 70,000 mile offer back (dont want to post link if shouldnt )

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s_rob7488 wrote:

I googled amex delta offers and it should have something in the first few links with 70,000 mile offer back (dont want to post link if shouldnt )


Found it!  I'm not applying since I am in the garden, but that's a nice offer.

 


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