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Citi Upgrade Invitation

How often does Citi offer unsolicited upgrades?

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Re: Citi Upgrade Invitation

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I received a mail offer for their generic "Citi Platinum Select" Mastercard in Febuary 2012 and took it, approved with a limit of $1000. Exactly one year later, they upgraded me to their Diamond Preferred with a $2000 limit. I rarely used the card. Hope this helps.


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Re: Citi Upgrade Invitation

Thanks. Anyone else?

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At about 18 months they "upgraded" my Platinum Select MC to the Diamond Preferred World MC without me requesting. They just did it.

Mine- Amex BCE $11.1 / Citi Diamond Preferred WMC $12K / Citi Double Cash WMC $3.8K / Comenity Total Rewards Visa $2.5K / Citi Home Depot $5K / DW's- I'm AU on most- Amex BCP $12K / Chase Freedom Visa $11014.00 / PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature $6K / Citi Simplicity MC $4.4K / GE Lowes $10K / GE CareCredit $5K
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Re: Citi Upgrade Invitation

I have TY preferred; Citi offered to upgrade to TY premier if I accept.

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