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Re: Barclay NFL Card

Congrats to you! I did too but I got the Apple Barclay card. Its my highest limit as well $2,000 :smileyhappy:

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Grats Shogun.  With your scores, get used to the high CLs :smileyhappy:

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I as well got the $400 sign up bonus.  I got an email a couple of weeks ago that said if I spend $500 in DEC, JAN and DEC I get an additional $200 bucks.  So $600 sign up bonus MWAHAHAHA Thanks Barclays!!

 

Oh call the recon line for a CLI using the same pull.  They did it for me.


Yeah I've had mine for over a year and when I opened it there was some sort of promotion, but it wasn't that much! I think it was like $50 in points or something, I don't remember. I got a free hoodie and t-shirt with the points so I was pretty happy. But crap, I guess I missed this deal.

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Re: Barclay NFL Card

Congrats! That's a nice CL!

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Re: Barclay NFL Card

Thanks.  Pulled TU, which is 759, income $120K+, think I should recon for a higher amount?



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Shogun wrote:

Thanks.  Pulled TU, which is 759, income $120K+, think I should recon for a higher amount?


 

Yes please :smileyhappy: with Barclay's its almost always a good time to recon your limit. I think they should give you 4.5k minimum.

Plus I have a pressing desire to get adrenaline vicariously through your recon :smileywink:

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Re: Barclay NFL Card

Which team did you acquire? congrats.

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Went with the Dallas Cowboys.  I know,, but been watching them for years.  I actually like several teams, but just chose that one.



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webhopper wrote:

Shogun wrote:

Thanks.  Pulled TU, which is 759, income $120K+, think I should recon for a higher amount?


 

Yes please :smileyhappy: with Barclay's its almost always a good time to recon your limit. I think they should give you 4.5k minimum.

Plus I have a pressing desire to get adrenaline vicariously through your recon :smileywink:

I agree with Webhopper on the recon.  I applied for the NFL card due to the 400$ bonus.  Denied (I think) at first, so called in;  after speaking with a credit analyst for about 5 minutes, I was granted a 5K flexible spend World MasterCard. ..  

 

With your numbers, you really should call them, Shogun.

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Re: Barclay NFL Card

Congrats! Why didn't you wait until the $400 signup offer shows up again?

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