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GE Upgrades

I apologize if this is answered elsewhere, I searched for the answer and found bits and pieces but possibly not a complete list.

 

I was curious which GE store cards offer upgrades?

 

I know the following, based on reading information on this site:

 

Walmart can upgrade to Walmart Discover

Banana Republic can upgrade to Banana Republic Visa

Old Navy can upgrade to Old Navy Visa

 

Are there any other cards that are backed by GE which can upgrade in this manner?

 

And finally, does anyone know what MAY be the general criteria required for these upgrades (ie. CL and time with account in good standing, etc.)?

 

Thank you all in advance!

Current: EQ 673 September2013 / TU 696 September2013 (Walmart)
Start: EQ 584 Feb2012 / TU 629 July2012

Wallet: BofA Cash Rewards Visa Sig $5000 / Lowe's $6000 / JCP $3900 / eBay MC $3200 / Barclaycard Rewards $2000 / Walmart $3300 / CapOne NHRC $2000 / CapOne Platinum #1 $2000 / Amazon $1700 / Discover It $1000 / CapOne Platinum #2 (former Orchard) $750 / Amex Zync $500 Autopay
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Re: GE Upgrades

I know   Dillards  Upgrades to AMEX

 and Chevron Upgrades to Visa

Wallet : AMEX Zync NPSL, NFCU cashRewards 14k, Discover More 3k, Chase Freedon 2.5k, Cap One Cash rewards 1.6k, Walmart 2.4k, Dillards 1500, Kay 3k,Chevron 1000 Lowes 6k. . 8/2012 : myFico EQ-663, EX-671, TU (Walmart) 739. I'm not apping again till June 2013 !!
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Re: GE Upgrades

I think all the store CARDS will upgrade to either a visa/amex/discover/mastercard, the only things that wouldn't apply to this rule would be financing offers for like furniture or something which doesn't involve a card but simply deferred payments. 

 

That is my guess at least :smileyvery-happy: 

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Re: GE Upgrades


jsucool76 wrote:

I think all the store CARDS will upgrade to either a visa/amex/discover/mastercard, the only things that wouldn't apply to this rule would be financing offers for like furniture or something which doesn't involve a card but simply deferred payments. 

 

That is my guess at least :smileyvery-happy: 


I think he's right... well, minus the amazon store card


Starting Score: TU: 598 03/23/2012 EQ:607 05/24/2012 EX:607 04/26/2012 (lender pull) EX FAKO:522 03/2012
Current Score: TU(Myfico)04/2013:689 EQ(Myfico)04/2013:701 EX(AMEX pull)04/01/2013:675 (CreditSecure FAKOS) 5/14/2013 EX:726 EQ:701 TU:730 TU(Walmart):699
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Re: GE Upgrades


kobe2012 wrote:

jsucool76 wrote:

I think all the store CARDS will upgrade to either a visa/amex/discover/mastercard, the only things that wouldn't apply to this rule would be financing offers for like furniture or something which doesn't involve a card but simply deferred payments. 

 

That is my guess at least :smileyvery-happy: 


I think he's right... well, minus the amazon store card


Touche', I didn't even think of that one. :smileyvery-happy: 

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Re: GE Upgrades

Many GE cards do not upgrade ever: Belk, Rooms to Go, kirklands, ikea, Linens and Things, Lord and Taylor and many more I'm sure.
Current Scores: EX - 728 FICO (5/11/13) TU - 771 FICO (7/02/13) EQ ??

Current Cards: Chase Freedom $5,000, CSP $5,700, BofA Visa Signature $15,000, AMEX BCE $6,000, Walmart $4,150, Gap Visa $10,000, JC Penny $5,800, Lowes $8,500, Dillard's AMEX $8,000, AMEX Hilton HHonors - $2,000, Chase United $12,000, Citi AAdvantage & Simplicity $6,000/$6,000, SPG AMEX $1,000
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Re: GE Upgrades


laboi_22 wrote:
Many GE cards do not upgrade ever: Belk, Rooms to Go, kirklands, ikea, Linens and Things, Lord and Taylor and many more I'm sure.

I don't think any of those stores offer Visa/MC/Amex/Discover versions of their cards at all. Only stores in that list I've even heard of are Rooms to go and Ikea xD 

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Re: GE Upgrades

Yep my post states the listed GE cards do not ever upgrade.
Current Scores: EX - 728 FICO (5/11/13) TU - 771 FICO (7/02/13) EQ ??

Current Cards: Chase Freedom $5,000, CSP $5,700, BofA Visa Signature $15,000, AMEX BCE $6,000, Walmart $4,150, Gap Visa $10,000, JC Penny $5,800, Lowes $8,500, Dillard's AMEX $8,000, AMEX Hilton HHonors - $2,000, Chase United $12,000, Citi AAdvantage & Simplicity $6,000/$6,000, SPG AMEX $1,000
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Re: GE Upgrades

Thank you for the information so far. What about Lowe's and JC Penney?

Current: EQ 673 September2013 / TU 696 September2013 (Walmart)
Start: EQ 584 Feb2012 / TU 629 July2012

Wallet: BofA Cash Rewards Visa Sig $5000 / Lowe's $6000 / JCP $3900 / eBay MC $3200 / Barclaycard Rewards $2000 / Walmart $3300 / CapOne NHRC $2000 / CapOne Platinum #1 $2000 / Amazon $1700 / Discover It $1000 / CapOne Platinum #2 (former Orchard) $750 / Amex Zync $500 Autopay
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Re: GE Upgrades

JCP used to offer a JCP Rewards MasterCard but no longer. So that card also doesn't upgrade into anything.

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