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shyboy wrote:
Will do. Would you also happen to know discovers spending tiers. They state that they have different spending tiers but don't state the amount for each tier

Spending tiers for what, rewards? The tiers for rewards are $0 - $3,000 annually = 0.25%, over $3,000 annually = 1.00%. I don't know of any other tiers.

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Thank you. You are right, it probably tiers for rewards. For reason i was thinking about different spending tiers to when they are determining the amount of credit to increase an account by 
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There are no such tiers.

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Do these auto-CLIs typically happen on every 3rd statement date?  I opened my Discover More card in October... and my 3rd statement cuts on Jan. 9.  Can I expect a CLI then?

 

Also, when you received a CLI, were you carrying a balance?

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BP2003 wrote:

Do these auto-CLIs typically happen on every 3rd statement dateI opened my Discover More card in October... and my 3rd statement cuts on Jan. 9Can I expect a CLI then?

 

Also, when you received a CLI, were you carrying a balance?


 

No.

 

Some newer accounts issued with lower CL's get these increases. Other, older accounts do not. Your account might get the increase - otherwise you might have to wait longer and use the telephone request method which is well documented here.

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I'm waiting for my second increase by 1/18.  My new statement generated so hopefully a CLI will follow shortly. 
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

BP2003 wrote:

Do these auto-CLIs typically happen on every 3rd statement dateI opened my Discover More card in October... and my 3rd statement cuts on Jan. 9Can I expect a CLI then?

 

Also, when you received a CLI, were you carrying a balance?


 

No.

 

Some newer accounts issued with lower CL's get these increases. Other, older accounts do not. Your account might get the increase - otherwise you might have to wait longer and use the telephone request method which is well documented here.


I guess I should have clarified...

 

I was really inquiring on accounts that are within the 1st year of usage.  Do these auto-CLIs happen on the statement date?

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My response was to that question and not the one regarding balance carrying,
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