09-18-2012 11:04 AM
just planning on my next app spree and wondering what the lowest starting limits are for these cards. And what order I should apply in. sorry for the caps I copy pasted from my rebuilding thread. thanks for any info you can provide. mike
PRODUCT CHANGE FROM CAP1 PLAT. TO PLATNUM PRESTIGE B/C NO ANNUAL FEE or drop cap1 all together
AMEX BLUE CARD B/C NO A/F
BARCLAY'S NFL RAVENS card B/C NO A/F
DISCOVER MORE CARD B/C NO A/F
CITI SIMPLICITY OR THANK YOU CARD NOT SURE WITCH IS EASIER TO GET both have NO A/F
09-18-2012 11:44 AM
No idea on the others but amex revolvers seem to have a minimum limit of 1k-if you are borderline for approval. Its probably more common for their revolvers to start at 2k, but 1k seems to be the lowest they go
09-18-2012 12:47 PM
* $1,000 for AMEX BCE
* $500 for Discover More and Citi Simplicity.
For Citi ThankYou Preferred, it is a NPSL card. In general if your credit history is not good enough, you will be approved with regular ThankYou card with minimum CL of $500. ThankYou Preferred generally starts with minimum CL of $5,000.
09-18-2012 01:07 PM
09-18-2012 01:16 PM
cool thanks for the info everyone
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