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Re: Amazon CLI success! somewhat...

They do not seem to grant CLIs on Amazon for more than 1,000-1,500 at a time. I do have a card with them too, although not listed in my signature, its buried somewhere, have had it for 5 years with a $2500 CL. I would wait six months though before asking again. They do not seem to grant CLIs back to back until 6 months has passed IMO, but as always YMMV.

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Re: Amazon CLI success! somewhat...

Congrats on the increase! My 600 limit on the amazon card is more than enough for me right now. The walmart 600 though is another story. I have only had the card a month and I use it pretty heavy. That's where I grocery shop each week and I know I will be there more when Christmas rolls around. I'm tempted to ask for an increase after I pif tomorrow but I saw where everyone says to wait 4 months. I was just approved for sams discover for 1800 so I wonder if ge would give me a bump on this one???
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Re: Amazon CLI success! somewhat...


snowkitty wrote:
Congrats on the increase! My 600 limit on the amazon card is more than enough for me right now. The walmart 600 though is another story. I have only had the card a month and I use it pretty heavy. That's where I grocery shop each week and I know I will be there more when Christmas rolls around. I'm tempted to ask for an increase after I pif tomorrow but I saw where everyone says to wait 4 months. I was just approved for sams discover for 1800 so I wonder if ge would give me a bump on this one???

You can use your Sam's club Discover at Walmart tho!! That's what I'd do if I used it a lot. $600 is kinda low if you shop weekly there.

 

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