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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

Nice, pre-selected for Thank You Preferred.  Not going to pull the trigger, but still nice to know.

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site


sakhalin070 wrote:

Nice, pre-selected for Thank You Preferred.  Not going to pull the trigger, but still nice to know.


Yeah same here and it even was given me 11.99% on that card thats 1% lower then the min on the card member agreement.

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

since i did this i cant wait for all the letters to start rolling in  =|

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site


creditnocash wrote:

since i did this i cant wait for all the letters to start rolling in  =|


You should have read the posts above, The people that get letters from them don't get offers online and the people that get offers online don't get letters lol

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

I'm not prequalifed for anything...it "suggests" TYP card though.

 

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

I checked the site. No pre quals, but an offer for the TY Pref that I already have. Instead of the general offer. They are offering this one with 15k points after 1k spend. Wish I would have applied under that offer.

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

It didn't work for me either.  but i've never gotten any citi offer in the mail.  oh well guess it nice to check tho

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

I tried to see but apparently my city and zip are not valid as I got this...

 

Please enter a valid U.S. city. Please enter a valid U.S. ZIP Code.


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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

I received an offer in the mail, but no offers found for me online.  Does this mean if I apply using the invitation number I will get approved?  Or are people seeing the mailed invites getting declined at app time?

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Re: Citi now has Pre Qual CC site

No "Pre-Qualified" offers, but we think you'll like this card....

 

Citi TY Preferred

15k bonus points

12.99-22.99% APR

 

I'm guessing its just a generic "offer"

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