04-12-2013 05:17 AM
Congrats! Been stuck at 1500 myself for like 7 years almost... I definitely must have Plan B... ugh.
04-12-2013 11:12 AM
And my $19.5k best buy gets owned by Ron too. 2 more month's and I'll ask for another CLI on it. Maybe break 20k
04-12-2013 12:17 PM
04-12-2013 07:29 PM - edited 04-12-2013 07:29 PM
Yes with Plan A you usually can request one every 6 months for a automatic $1,500 via soft pull all on the website.
Yes i know there is alot of people out there with higher limit best buy cards but with my 22k/year income i think $7,500 is quite good.
I have a question about the best buy card... I just got the reward zone best buy card I applied in store trying to finance a new fridge and take advantage of the 24 months no interest on lg products. I was approved only for 800. fast forward to today I got the card and it came with info sheet that stated "plan a program". What's the difference between plan a and plan b? Will I be able to ask for cli on this card down the line?
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