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Razeus
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Registered: ‎04-02-2012
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What cards are you wanting next?

I'll be gardening for the next 6 months, but when I go on my app-spree, I'll be targeting:

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred

AMEX Blue Cash Preferred

Citi Diamond Preferred

 

I think those will be worth the HP's.

My Wallet:
Discover It $11,000 | Chase Freedom $5,000 | AMEX BCE $3,000 | Paypal Extras Platinum $5,000 | Wells Fargo $1,000 | AMEX Zync NPSL
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Open123
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

The JPM Ritz card.

 

And, that'll be it for the year!

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CribDuchess
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Registered: ‎09-12-2011
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?


Razeus wrote:

I'll be gardening for the next 6 months, but when I go on my app-spree, I'll be targeting:

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred

AMEX Blue Cash Preferred

Citi Diamond Preferred

 

I think those will be worth the HP's.


 

Those are great cards - definitely worth HPs to get them.  I noticed you already have the Blue Cash Everyday, so why would you want to app for a Blue Cash Preferred?  If you wait 13 months from the time you opened your BCE, you can simply pc to the BCP (no HP required).

FICOs: TU08 841 6/3/14 per Wally; TU98 800 4/8/14; EQ04 769 6/8/14; EQ08 810 6/10/14; EX 805 6/12/14 per MyFICO

My Wallet: Amex Gold NPSL; Amex Optima Platinum $25K; Amex Costco TE $15K; Amex BCE $12K; BofA Visa $10.1K; Cap1 Quicksilver Visa Sig $10K; CSP $28.2K; Chase Freedom MC $7.5K; Citi Simplicity Visa $15.1K; Discover IT $22.5K; Fidelity Amex $15K; PenFed Plat Rewards Visa Sig $20K; Sallie Mae WMC $12.5K; US Bank Cash+ Visa Sig $20K; Walmart Discover $10K; Wells Fargo Rewards Visa Sig $14K
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MsLadyRover
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

I would love to have the AMEX Blue Cash Everyday, AMEX SPG, and the Chase Southwest Visa Signature.  Maybe next year this time.



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Razeus
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

 


CribDuchess wrote:

Razeus wrote:

I'll be gardening for the next 6 months, but when I go on my app-spree, I'll be targeting:

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred

AMEX Blue Cash Preferred

Citi Diamond Preferred

 

I think those will be worth the HP's.


 

Those are great cards - definitely worth HPs to get them.  I noticed you already have the Blue Cash Everyday, so why would you want to app for a Blue Cash Preferred?  If you wait 13 months from the time you opened your BCE, you can simply pc to the BCP (no HP required).


Honestly, I did not know that.  I'll need to get my CL on it up though, hopefully be at $9k by 1st anniversary.

My Wallet:
Discover It $11,000 | Chase Freedom $5,000 | AMEX BCE $3,000 | Paypal Extras Platinum $5,000 | Wells Fargo $1,000 | AMEX Zync NPSL
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CribDuchess
Posts: 613
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?


Razeus wrote:

 


CribDuchess wrote:

Razeus wrote:

I'll be gardening for the next 6 months, but when I go on my app-spree, I'll be targeting:

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred

AMEX Blue Cash Preferred

Citi Diamond Preferred

 

I think those will be worth the HP's.


 

Those are great cards - definitely worth HPs to get them.  I noticed you already have the Blue Cash Everyday, so why would you want to app for a Blue Cash Preferred?  If you wait 13 months from the time you opened your BCE, you can simply pc to the BCP (no HP required).


Honestly, I did not know that.  I'll need to get my CL on it up though, hopefully be at $9k by 1st anniversary.


I only knew it due to this message board community. :smileywink:  Treat your Amex cards (as well as your other credit lines) well and I'm sure you'll be at $9k on your BCE in about 8 months or so.

FICOs: TU08 841 6/3/14 per Wally; TU98 800 4/8/14; EQ04 769 6/8/14; EQ08 810 6/10/14; EX 805 6/12/14 per MyFICO

My Wallet: Amex Gold NPSL; Amex Optima Platinum $25K; Amex Costco TE $15K; Amex BCE $12K; BofA Visa $10.1K; Cap1 Quicksilver Visa Sig $10K; CSP $28.2K; Chase Freedom MC $7.5K; Citi Simplicity Visa $15.1K; Discover IT $22.5K; Fidelity Amex $15K; PenFed Plat Rewards Visa Sig $20K; Sallie Mae WMC $12.5K; US Bank Cash+ Visa Sig $20K; Walmart Discover $10K; Wells Fargo Rewards Visa Sig $14K
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jsickz32
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Registered: ‎06-25-2012
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

AmEx SPG
Chase SP
Amex BCE (2500) / Amex SPG (4000) / Amex GoldPR / Merrill+ Visa siggy (5000) / BofA Amex (6000) / Bofa cash rewards (5000) / BofA Privileges Cash Rewards (5000) / Citi Forward (4400) / Citi DP (2000) / Chase Freedom (4000) / Chase CSP (5000) / Chase Hyatt (5000) / Discover IT (1700) / FNBO AMEX (3600) / NFCU cashRewards Visa signature (15000) / NFCU Flagship Visa signature (12500) / NFCU Navcheck (5000) / Nordstrom (500) / MetroCU Visa Elite (5000) / Walmart (4500) / Kays Jewerels (6600) / Kohls (300) / Macys Platinum (2500) / DCU platinum Visa (17500) / Citizens bank cash back (1100) / Bill Me Later (1631) / PayPal Smart connect (2200) / BestBuy store card (2000)
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Razeus
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?


CribDuchess wrote:

Razeus wrote:

 


CribDuchess wrote:

Razeus wrote:

I'll be gardening for the next 6 months, but when I go on my app-spree, I'll be targeting:

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred

AMEX Blue Cash Preferred

Citi Diamond Preferred

 

I think those will be worth the HP's.


 

Those are great cards - definitely worth HPs to get them.  I noticed you already have the Blue Cash Everyday, so why would you want to app for a Blue Cash Preferred?  If you wait 13 months from the time you opened your BCE, you can simply pc to the BCP (no HP required).


Honestly, I did not know that.  I'll need to get my CL on it up though, hopefully be at $9k by 1st anniversary.


I only knew it due to this message board community. :smileywink:  Treat your Amex cards (as well as your other credit lines) well and I'm sure you'll be at $9k on your BCE in about 8 months or so.


That's encouraging.  My mortgage hasn't popped up yet and nor have the new cards I just got approved for so my credit profile should change in my favor drastically with a mortgage give me a new type of credit and my new TL's showing I have "experience with $5k+" limits.

My Wallet:
Discover It $11,000 | Chase Freedom $5,000 | AMEX BCE $3,000 | Paypal Extras Platinum $5,000 | Wells Fargo $1,000 | AMEX Zync NPSL
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jd5189
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

My next cards will be:
In 6 months: PSECU Visa/PSL
In 1 year: Chase Sapphire Preferred Mastercard

After that, I think I will be done for quite some time. I will have 3 Amex, 2 Visas, and 1 Mastercard if all goes as planned. 

In my wallet: Amex PRG & Zync, Amex BCE (19.2k), Chase Freedom (5k), PSECU Visa/PSL (20k)
Current Scores: Equifax: 738 (Fako) TransUnion: 721 (Fico) Experian: 717 (Fico)
Disclaimer: I am by no means a financial advisor. My posts are based on opinion, experience, and/or knowledge.
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RockinRay
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Re: What cards are you wanting next?

Nothing!  :smileyhappy:

 

I already have all the cards I need. Now just working on CLI's with them.

Ray

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