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Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

I applied for and received a Citi TY Preferred during my mini spree.  It is my first Prime card. While my limit is $6.5k, the documentation states NPSL.  As far as I can tell this is not a signature card, which I would prefer. Is the NPSL a feature of the TY card, or do I have a Siggy? Any thoughts? 

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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?


Yankeefan wrote:

I applied for and received a Citi TY Preferred during my mini spree.  It is my first Prime card. While my limit is $6.5k, the documentation states NPSL.  As far as I can tell this is not a signature card, which I would prefer. Is the NPSL a feature of the TY card, or do I have a Siggy? Any thoughts? 


You could always call Citi and ask.  But your card should have come with a list of benefits.  Compare your benefits to the ones found on the Visa Signature website.. http://usa.visa.com/personal/visa-signature/index.jsp?gclid=COXLm9Wn37MCFSXZQgod50EApw

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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

Typically, Visa Signature cards can be and often are NPSL. Sometimes they won't even report your actual limit as your limit on your credit report, like AMEX has been known to do! So though you DO have a credit card limit, you can go above this limit at will and with the leniency of the credit card company!


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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

I got a $5,000 limit. Mine is not a signature card, but they still offer concierge and NPSL. Not sure why they just don't make it a siggy card, they would get higher interchange fee's.

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     $17k       $8.5K          Closed          $19k      $6.5k        $24.2k        Closed         $5k       Closed     $8.5k        Closed      @2.49%
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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

TY preferred is not a signature. You need TY premier for that

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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

i had ty preferred world mastercard opened last yr (one yr today) with a limit of 7,900.

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Re: Citi TY Preferred - Siggy?

I received the World Mastercard version too.  Are there any differences between the two card?

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