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Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

I was wondering if anyone knew the difference between the Barclaycard Rewards Aspiring Prime and the Barclaycard Rewards Mastercard for Average credit?

 

I was matched to the Rewards card last month on their preapproval site when I did it just to see if anything would come up. Now that I've had some positive reporting and my scores have gone up a tiny bit I got matched with the Aspiring Prime. I can't find a lot of info about this one online so I thought I'd ask you guys. I plan on one of these being my next card to app for around March or April.

 

TIA!




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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

I would like to know as well because the same card was recommended for me. Never heard of it.


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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

that's a good question...i can't find any info on it from their site...you got a link?



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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

Sadly no, just the preapproval link (if you want that).

 

The card they showed looks exactly like the regular Rewards card.




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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

Barclay Aspiring Rewards

 

that's what i found here...



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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

I saw that thread too but it doesn't really talk about the differences between the two cards.




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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

i believe the only difference is in the bonus points given upon initial reciept of the card...

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Re: Difference Between Two Barclay Cards

That makes sense, thanks.




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