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Dillards American Express

Does anyone have this card?

I read that you have to spend $2K a calander year to qualify for a Dillard's Elite AX CC.

Does anyone here have a Dillard's Elite AX CC?

If so, what is your CL and APR?

I am curious to know if the $2K apply to Dillards store only or $2K total through the card in general?

 

Thanks in advance !!

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Re: Dillards American Express

What's the appeal of this card?

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tntexans72 wrote:

Does anyone have this card?

I read that you have to spend $2K a calander year to qualify for a Dillard's Elite AX CC.

Does anyone here have a Dillard's Elite AX CC?

If so, what is your CL and APR?

I am curious to know if the $2K apply to Dillards store only or $2K total through the card in general?

 

Thanks in advance !!


I don't have the Elite (yet), but I understand that it's $2K through the card in general. :smileyhappy:

 


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editcredit wrote:

What's the appeal of this card?


Store discounts if you shop at Dillard's a lot. Plus, a less temperamental variety of Amex, LOL!!! :smileywink:

 


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Re: Dillards American Express

It's 2k through STORE purchases to get upgraded.

I have a $2500 CL and a 20.24% I believe

and I have had Elite since month one of having the card and my CL has only grown 2 from 2k starting.

Not happy with GE

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Creditaddict wrote:

It's 2k through STORE purchases to get upgraded.

I have a $2500 CL and a 20.24% I believe

and I have had Elite since month one of having the card and my CL has only grown 2 from 2k starting.

Not happy with GE


 

Their website says "Annual Card Purchases," not "Annual Store Purchases"...

 

http://www.dillards.com/html/ebpp/new_cserv_splash.shtml?splashlink=GE_LearnMore_110310

 

And according to their FAQ:

 

Q. How do I reach Elite Member status? What are the benefits of being an Elite Cardmember?

A. Shop your way to Elite status by spending $2,000 (net purchases) in a calendar year on your Dillard's Credit Card or Dillard's American Express Card. To maintain Elite status, you must spend $2,000 in net purchases each calendar year.

 

http://www.dillards.com/faq/FaqStartServlet#9

 

 

This leads me to believe that it's total spending on the card. ???


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tinuviel wrote:

 


Creditaddict wrote:

It's 2k through STORE purchases to get upgraded.

I have a $2500 CL and a 20.24% I believe

and I have had Elite since month one of having the card and my CL has only grown 2 from 2k starting.

Not happy with GE


 

Their website says "Annual Card Purchases," not "Annual Store Purchases"...

 

http://www.dillards.com/html/ebpp/new_cserv_splash.shtml?splashlink=GE_LearnMore_110310

 

And according to their FAQ:

 

Q. How do I reach Elite Member status? What are the benefits of being an Elite Cardmember?

A. Shop your way to Elite status by spending $2,000 (net purchases) in a calendar year on your Dillard's Credit Card or Dillard's American Express Card. To maintain Elite status, you must spend $2,000 in net purchases each calendar year.

 

http://www.dillards.com/faq/FaqStartServlet#9

 

 

This leads me to believe that it's total spending on the card. ???


Sounds like I stand corrected, I guess I just assumed because I never used the card outside the store.

 

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Creditaddict wrote:

It's 2k through STORE purchases to get upgraded.

I have a $2500 CL and a 20.24% I believe

and I have had Elite since month one of having the card and my CL has only grown 2 from 2k starting.

Not happy with GE


My wife and daughter loves shopping here for you and they do spend more than $2k annually at Dillards in general. I think this card will suit them just find as we do have other cards. I don't expect to have a $5k or $10k CL from this card. I'll be happy with $2k-$4k and so will the wife and kids.

 

Thanks for the infor....just what I thought. Store purchases only.

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Re: Dillards American Express

"annual card purchases" not "annual store purchases"

 

I just sent an email to customer service to confirmed. This is bothering me.

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I just got off the phone with customer service, because I wanted to be certain. I was told that it's $2K annual spending based on ALL purchases put through the card -- Dillard's and non-Dillard's alike. :smileyhappy:


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