07-04-2010 03:00 PM
Does anyone have this card? Does anyone know what scores are required and what bureau they pull in CA? I need to book a ticket on Continental and they offer a $50 statement credit, 25k free miles with first purchase, 5k free miles for adding an AU, and a ton of other goodies.
07-05-2010 04:56 PM
I don't have their card but I do have a Continental Chase Debit Card that works almost the same. I got 22500 miles within the first month after a purchase. Only thing is you have to use their promo code when opening the acct. There is no statement credit though...
07-06-2010 06:01 PM
I have the Real Cash rewards card through Chase and prefer to not product change to the Continental Chase Debit Card, though the Continental Chase Credit Card seems decent. I know Chase has a recent CC application on file, wonder if I can get them to use that app to give me another card? lol
08-26-2010 11:52 AM
Recently approved with FICO of 760. 15k limit.
08-27-2010 07:43 PM
Should be attainable. Me- 709 with 4 inqs at time of app. $12.5K. But mine was for CO Presidential Plus. Free for 1 yr and get the CO lounge access for the year. If you travel quite a bit, the lounge as well as Hyatt Gold and Avis Pres Plus is a nice perk.
08-27-2010 08:55 PM
There is no statement credit though...
Yes, that 's an eyebrow raiser. I am however considering the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card, whose annual companion ticket softens my concerns.
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