07-28-2012 10:23 PM
So recently I thought it may be a good time to get a travel rewards card since my scores have improved, and since I recently obtained my Chase Freedom and Discover More. I was interested in the Hilton Surpass from American Express, and my Zync is approaching it's 7th month birthday. I'm not sure if what I am experiencing on Amex's website is isolated, or if others have had this exact problem, anyways, here's the screenines I took to show what I'm talking about:
The first one is the page I go to apply, and am logged in, not signed in, but it still recognizes me...
The second is what the page brings me to after I click "apply" If I am completely logged out, it proceeds to ask for my card information, or my log in to expedite the process. After I enter my log in information it tells me to either call the number on the back of my card to apply, or to fill out a standard application. When I click "ok" I am directed the the error page.
07-28-2012 10:31 PM - edited 07-28-2012 10:34 PM
Everything looks fine from this end.
Here the app page:
07-28-2012 10:33 PM
I'm able to click Apply and get in no problem, I'd suggest giving them a call as directed - there is no harm.
Amex Accelerated Cash Rewards. BankAmericard Privileges with Travel Rewards. Amex Blue Cash Preferred. Chase Sapphire Preferred.
Now gardening until 2013. I assume gardening is a metaphor, like "book clubs" where all you do is drink wine.
07-28-2012 10:44 PM
Works fine for me too.
Have you looked at the new Citi Hilton Reserved? This Citi card appearently beats AMEX Hilton all the way.
07-28-2012 10:58 PM
I did see the new Citi Honors Reserve card. On their website they show a Visa Signature, do you think they offer CL's for it under $5,000? Or do you think the minimum CL is $5,000, like the CSP?
07-28-2012 11:04 PM - edited 07-28-2012 11:05 PM
Looking at the term, Citi Reserve is like CSP, where CL is at least $5K.
I definitely think you should give Citi a try. EMV and no FTF are your best friend for using the card abroad. Two free weekend nights and more points than AMEX.
07-28-2012 11:23 PM
Don't get me wrong, I would love to go for it but I think a card that good is somewhat unrealistic at this point, seeing as how I was received my first card that has a $3,000 limit. I'm sure some bank would approve me for $5,000 but Citi definitely won't. I have also had my eye on the Citi ThankYou Premier... I was also considering the Chase Hyatt, but that as well requires $5,000 min. CL and as I just received my Freedom, I definitely don't want to app for anything from Chase for at least 6 mos. to a year....
07-29-2012 05:01 AM
07-29-2012 10:53 AM
Have you tried filling out the app without logging in to expedite the process?
07-29-2012 11:43 AM
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