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Citi Diamond Preferred

I got a preaproved offer from them for the citi diamond preferred  a few weeks ago and just want to know if citi or chase is better. Also who generally gives higher limits.

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Re: Citi Diamond Preferred

They are about equal in giving out limits...however the Citi Diamond would likely give you a higher limit compared to Chase Freedom/Slate. If you had to choose between Diamond or Slate in terms of 0% intro APR, I would stick with Citi. If you're talking about a broad spectrum of cards in Chase, for everday spending the Freedom is the best with 5x rotating categories for cash back!

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