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Should I wait?

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I have 7 hard pull in the past 2 years. Should I wait until these disappear before applying for a Chase Sapphire Premium and a Discover IT?

 

719 score from experian.com 

have $7 used/$13050CL currently because I pay in full every month now. 


Chase Freedom - $6000 Amex Blue Cash - $2000 CLI-> $6000 (4/2/13) CLI --> $18,000(9/14/13) Capital One Visa - $750 Shell Card - $300 (Closed) Chase Sapphire Preferred - $5000 (Accepted 6/29/13) Discover IT (Accepted 7/03/2013)
Age: 22 Score: 719
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Re: Should I wait?

Seven? Even if they were all on the same bureau IMO - no. How long have you had the Freedom?
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Registered: ‎04-04-2013
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Re: Should I wait?

I got Freedom Sapphire on the same day, and Ink a week later, just try it and see what happens imo.

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Re: Should I wait?


09Lexie wrote:
Seven? Even if they were all on the same bureau IMO - no. How long have you had the Freedom?

I had 7 because they pulled my credit for chase paymentech(creditcard processing) and when I applied for a card with 0% intro rate to save on interest and got denied. the rest were card application and credit line increase


Chase Freedom - $6000 Amex Blue Cash - $2000 CLI-> $6000 (4/2/13) CLI --> $18,000(9/14/13) Capital One Visa - $750 Shell Card - $300 (Closed) Chase Sapphire Preferred - $5000 (Accepted 6/29/13) Discover IT (Accepted 7/03/2013)
Age: 22 Score: 719
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Registered: ‎12-19-2012
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Re: Should I wait?

I just applied for the Discover IT with 7-8 inquiries and got approved so I think you have a good shot especially with your low utilization.
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Registered: ‎04-28-2012
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Re: Should I wait?

You could definitely get approved for it now.  Chase approved me for their Southwest card when I had 6 inqs on Experian within the past 8 months.

TU: 758 (8/13/15) | EQ: 758 (6/1/15) | EX: 763 (8/15/15)

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Re: Should I wait?

How many hard pulls do you have in the past 12 months? What is your AAoA? I think you are fine for discover. Chase I don't know; need more details. You can check to see if you are preapproved on chase website
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Re: Should I wait?

 
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