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List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

 

Please post any credit cards you know of that has the shopping

cart pre approval trick. If there is all ready a list compiled please let me know.

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

Give or take a few 

 

List of places that issue a store card via a soft pull at checkout: (WFNNB)

Abercrombie & Fitch 
American 
American Home 
American Signature 
Furniture 
Ann Taylor 
Arhaus Furniture 
Ashley Stewart 
Avenue 
Bealls 
Bealls Outlet 
Blair 
Brylane Home 
Buckle 
Burke's 
Outlet 
Carter Lumber 
Chadwick's 
Crate & Barrel 
Crescent 
Jewelers 
CruiseOne Leisure Miles Mastercard 
Design Within 
Domestications 
Dressbarn 
Dunlaps 
Dutyfree.com 
Eddie Bauer 
Express 
Fastline 
Fina 
Fortunoff 
Friedman's Jewelers 
Gander Mountain 
Garden Ridge 
Gardner-White 
Giant Eagle Fuelperks 
Goody's 
Gordmans 
Harlem Furniture 
International Male 
J. Crew 
Jessica London 
Kanes/Savon Furniture 
KingSize 
La Redoute 
Levin Furniture 
Limited Too 
Little Switzerland 
Marianne 
Maurices 
MedChoice Financial 
Metrostyle 
MyWorld Mastercard 
New York & Company 
Newport News 
OneStopPlus 
OSH/ Orchard 
Supply Hardware 
Pacific Sunwear 
Palais Royal 
Pamida 
Peebles 
Pottery Barn/Pottery Barn Kids 
Reeds Jewelers 
Restoration Hardware 
Roaman's 
Samuels 
Shop At Home Network 
Silhouettes 
Spiegel 
Stage 
The Company Store/Company Kids 
The Sportsman's Guide 
Trek 
Undergear 
Value City Furniture 
Victoria's Secret 
West Elm 
Woman Within 
Woodcraft

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

Out of all these stores I only read about members getting the trick to work on only like 5: VS, Buckle, JCrew, KingSize and Woman Within.

Has anyone got the shopping cart trick for other stores?

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

Although I didnt take it, I have had it pop up at victoria secret, express, and jcrew


   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

  | CSP (AU) $12,000 | Amex PRG (AU) | United $6,000 | OCCU $12,000 | Ink Bold | GM $3,200 | DCU $7500 | Luthansa $9000 | SPG $6,000 | Citi AA Executive $11,000 | Ink Plus $5,000                                                                         | EX 2/7 697 | EQ 10/27 721 | TU 12/15 719 |

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

The Sportman's Visa (www.sportsmansguide.com) works for this as well.  There's a caveat: you have to be a buyer's club member to qualify and it costs $30. You'll get (2) $10 coupons good on anything with membership. I suppose to offset the cost of membership.

 

I created an account, shopped for what I wanted, added the buyer's club membership to my cart, went to the payment page and the page refreshed.  I got a pre-approval for their Visa.  The limit was not specified.

 

I left the membership in there, took out the other item and checked out.  A few days later my Visa card arrived, crappy interest rate and all, with an approval of $2,000.  Not bad for a SP.  At the time of approval, my largest TL reporting was a Discover Card with a CL of $3,000.

 

The store sells more than I thought so the membership probably isn't a huge waste for me.  BTW, the membership has a guarantee.  If at anytime during the year, you're unsatisfied with it, you can get a full refund on it.

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

So if the trick "works" then these stores will open a credit card without a HP if you want the card?  Or am I misunderstanding?

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Hooosier wrote:

So if the trick "works" then these stores will open a credit card without a HP if you want the card?  Or am I misunderstanding?


If you're pre-approved and accept the offer, yes. No HP at all.

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

You can probably also add totalrewards.com altho if you accept the offer there probably be a hard pull, and I think you have to rergister first with CET

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missjae wrote:

The Sportman's Visa (www.sportsmansguide.com) works for this as well.  There's a caveat: you have to be a buyer's club member to qualify and it costs $30. You'll get (2) $10 coupons good on anything with membership. I suppose to offset the cost of membership.

 

I created an account, shopped for what I wanted, added the buyer's club membership to my cart, went to the payment page and the page refreshed.  I got a pre-approval for their Visa.  The limit was not specified.

 

I left the membership in there, took out the other item and checked out.  A few days later my Visa card arrived, crappy interest rate and all, with an approval of $2,000.  Not bad for a SP.  At the time of approval, my largest TL reporting was a Discover Card with a CL of $3,000.

 

The store sells more than I thought so the membership probably isn't a huge waste for me.  BTW, the membership has a guarantee.  If at anytime during the year, you're unsatisfied with it, you can get a full refund on it.


You do need to add the Buyer's Club membership to the cart in order to get a pre-approval, but you don't need to purchase it. I followed the same process - added some items and the membership to the cart and was preapproved before checking out (without a limit specified). I accepted the preapproval, removed everything from the cart and closed the website. I also received the card with a $2000 limit.

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Re: List Of Shopping Cart Trick Credit Cards

As an add on to the OP's question, does any state the credit limit before accepting the offer?


   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

  | CSP (AU) $12,000 | Amex PRG (AU) | United $6,000 | OCCU $12,000 | Ink Bold | GM $3,200 | DCU $7500 | Luthansa $9000 | SPG $6,000 | Citi AA Executive $11,000 | Ink Plus $5,000                                                                         | EX 2/7 697 | EQ 10/27 721 | TU 12/15 719 |

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