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American Express Platinum apporved got a PRG question?

I was approved for an Amex platinum card about a month ago and was thinking of applying for the premier rewards gold card also for the 3x on airfare and 2x on gas. If I got approved for their platinum card would I get the premier rewards gold card right away or should I wait? If so how long? Thanks :smileyhappy:

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Re: American Express Platinum apporved got a PRG question?

I've read from a few others, that some have done back to back apps. If denied, it's a soft, and if approved, then it'll be a hard pull. Go for it.

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Re: American Express Platinum apporved got a PRG question?


Burned2manybridgesB4 wrote:

I've read from a few others, that some have done back to back apps. If denied, it's a soft, and if approved, then it'll be a hard pull. Go for it.


Yeah, most people usually go the other way and get approved. They used to do zync, then PRG.

 

 

If you got approved for plat I'm sure you'll be fine for PRG. 

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