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Another CLI from Juniper

I am a little out of practice at checking my CLs, but when my DW's Juniper B&N bill came in ($zero due  Smiley Very Happy), I found that here CL had gone up $3K, to $19K.

 

Must have been recently, and it is close to her anniversary, but nice.

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And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
But to find a graceful way of staying slid
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper


MidnightVoice wrote:

I am a little out of practice at checking my CLs, but when my DW's Juniper B&N bill came in ($zero due  Smiley Very Happy), I found that here CL had gone up $3K, to $19K.

 

Must have been recently, and it is close to her anniversary, but nice.


 

Congrats! That's a lot of books!
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper


MidnightVoice wrote:

I am a little out of practice at checking my CLs, but when my DW's Juniper B&N bill came in ($zero due  Smiley Very Happy), I found that here CL had gone up $3K, to $19K.

 

Must have been recently, and it is close to her anniversary, but nice.


Wow!  That's a big jump!  Congrats!  I'm sure they would love for you to spend the whole $19,000 with them.  That's enough to start a small home library. 

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Re: Another CLI from Juniper

$16K to $19K = $3K/$16K * 100 = 18.75% increase. Most CLI's are in the 20% range unless your starting out with a toy limit. I get about 20% from Citi on every CLI.
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper

To me the strange thing is the differenvt CLIs from my two different Barclay's cards.  My Casey's card uses 10-20 % of its CL every month, and CLIs have beeen very rare.  The B&N card usually uses 0.3 % of its CL some months, and was nearly maxed out once (last summer, deliberately to get gift cards  Smiley Happy ) and CLIs pop up every now and again.

 

Both Cards are PIFfed every month

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And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
But to find a graceful way of staying slid
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper


MidnightVoice wrote:

...The B&N card usually uses 0.3 % of its CL some months, and was nearly maxed out once (last summer, deliberately to get gift cards  Smiley Happy ) and CLIs pop up every now and again...

* ponders the thought of nearly $16K worth of B&N shopping and gift cards *

* pours a glass of Pinot Grigio in an attempt to settle back down *

Congrats on the CLI! My measly $500 that I turned back in has long ago been swallowed up by this card, that's for sure.

I always did think that the B&N MC was the "good" Barclay's/ Juniper card. Well, along with the other card that stirs up WW III whenever it is mentioned, lol.
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haulingthescoreup wrote:
* ponders the thought of nearly $16K worth of B&N shopping and gift cards *

That thought crossed my mind earlier. (I left it for you to say.) That is a whole lotta books!


haulingthescoreup wrote:
I always did think that the B&N MC was the "good" Barclay's/ Juniper card. Well, along with the other card that stirs up WW III whenever it is mentioned, lol.


If I had any idea which other card you were talking about I might tend to agree with you. (BTW - The permanently waived AF deal is over. I knew I should have app'ed that one while the app'ing was good! I am pretty sure I would have been approved.)

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Re: Another CLI from Juniper

Just to get this straight - it was nearly maxed out paying for a new retaining wall so our house did not slide gently down the slope on our lot  Smiley Happy

 

It resulted in about $250 worth of B&N gift cards  Smiley Very Happy

 

The slide from grace is really more like gliding
And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
But to find a graceful way of staying slid
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper


MidnightVoice wrote:

Just to get this straight - it was nearly maxed out paying for a new retaining wall so our house did not slide gently down the slope on our lot  Smiley Happy

 

It resulted in about $250 worth of B&N gift cards  Smiley Very Happy

 



Oh, OK. * lets go of image of a ton of books *

I'm glad your house stayed put (presumably), and that's an excellent example of how to use CC's to generate some rewards.
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Re: Another CLI from Juniper


MidnightVoice wrote:

Just to get this straight - it was nearly maxed out paying for a new retaining wall so our house did not slide gently down the slope on our lot  Smiley Happy

 

It resulted in about $250 worth of B&N gift cards  Smiley Very Happy

 


If I may (seeing as this is a Barnes & Noble card) ...

 

 

Do not slide gentle down that hill at night,
Charge, charge a walled solution to your plight...

 

 

(with apologies to Dylan Thomas) 

 

 :smileyhappy:

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