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Citi Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard- $150 Cash Back

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Is it possible to get approved for a 3rd Citi product?  I have the Platinum Select and Sears card already.    You can get $150 cash back spending $500 within 3 months.  I figured I can charge my car insurance on the card and use the $150 to pay for a new car tag. 

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Re: Citi Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard- $150 Cash Back


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Is it possible to get approved for 3rd Citi product?  I have the Platinum Select and Sears card already.    You can get $150 cash back speding $500 within 3 months.  I figured I can charge my car insurance on the card and use the $150 to pay for a new car tag. 


Good Question - Although Citi is pretty picky about total credit they give to a customer... so if they do allow a 3rd card you'd most likely have to deal with smaller limit accounts across your 3 cards (or well just a smaller limit on this new card). Nice bonus tho.

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Ha ha ha ha ha ~  You are right DI ~

 


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Congratulations DI   Smiley Very Happy

 

Now, you don't have to app for a lo~ng lo~ng time .... at least 2 yrs ...  right?


Thanks!    Right.  I think the only way I won't do anymore apping is staying off the forums for a while.  That isn't happening. 


 

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Re: Citi Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard- $150 Cash Back

DI I have 3 Citicards, one I've had since 2008 which was PC'd to the Thank you card (was the Diamond Preferred Rewards Mastercard), that limit is $23,000 and I have two additional cards....Citi Platinum Select with a credit limit of $8,500 and Citi Forward $8,500.....both acquired within the last year.  My Thank you started off with a limit of $8,000 in 2008.

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Re: Citi Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard- $150 Cash Back

I'm going to wait until my  backdated AMEX account get reported first. 

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