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Can I get approved for Visa Signature cards?

I only make $20,000 a year. I heard there was a minimum credit limit of $5,000 to qualify. No way I'll get that high of a limit. My highest limit right now is $3,000. There are a lot of Visa Signature cards that I won't though such as the BofA Hawaii card. Any chance for me getting this?

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I'm pretty sure there are HHI requirements for most Visa Sig apps... not sure for all, but yeah I would assume that you'd have to be above 70k.  Just my thoughts.


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M, I make 25k a year and have the limits mentioned in my signature, although none are visa signa

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How many HPs do you have?  With your score you could app for one and see...


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Omaplatypus wrote:

How many HPs do you have?  With your score you could app for one and see...




6 HP's with Trans...BofA and Chase always pull trans for me.  Hmm...I'll definitely give it a shot. At least I'll find out why I'm denied if I do get denied.

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Although only the Hawaiian Visa Signature is shown on the BoA site, there are actually also Platinum and Classic versions available via Hawaiian's site.

 

I say go for the Signature first if that's what you want, but if you're denied I suspect they might automatically approve you for the Platinum instead, or if not you could call in to recon and ask for the Platinum.

 

 http://www.hawaiianairlines.com/hawaiianmiles/visa-card-programs

 

 

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TheConductor wrote:

Although only the Hawaiian Visa Signature is shown on the BoA site, there are actually also Platinum and Classic versions available via Hawaiian's site.

 

I say go for the Signature first if that's what you want, but if you're denied I suspect they might automatically approve you for the Platinum instead, or if not you could call in to recon and ask for the Platinum.

 

 http://www.hawaiianairlines.com/hawaiianmiles/visa-card-programs

 

 


Hey that's an excellent point! However, I'm mainly interested in the higher bonus miles when getting the Signature.

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Objectivist wrote:

I only make $20,000 a year. I heard there was a minimum credit limit of $5,000 to qualify. No way I'll get that high of a limit. My highest limit right now is $3,000. There are a lot of Visa Signature cards that I won't though such as the BofA Hawaii card. Any chance for me getting this?


Try speaking to an underwriter/analyst at Bank of America to see if that card has a minimum credit line required for approval. Some banks (Barclays, for instance) will not issue a Signature card under $5k, but others will.

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