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Established Contributor
sccredit
Posts: 770
Registered: ‎09-14-2012

Re: Who Here Has Had The Biggest App Spree???

I did 10 over 4 weeks or so, approved for 9 and gained $55k in new credit lines

Mortgage $299k/$310k
Autos Loans $49.5k/$60k
Unsecured Lines $157.2k

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emptypockets
Posts: 955
Registered: ‎02-03-2009

Re: Who Here Has Had The Biggest App Spree???

I did mine in late June, 5 cards

 

Pen Fed $9.5k

US Bank Cash + 8k at approval, 11.5k (CLI after 2 mos)

CSP 15.7k

Freedom 8k

Citi Diamond Pref 5k

 

Then I went to the garden, but came out (technically) because I got a new account when they upgraded my Walmart to a Discover. So I said what the heck, and apped for the NFL Visa Sig, approved for 5k (I could use a free $400). This was the only 'deferred' decision, all the others were instant approvals. I will probably combine this with my unused US Airways MC sometime soon, since they gave me the lowest APR for the NFL card (13.24), and my airport is a Delta hub. 

 

So that's 6 cards, for a total of $51.2k. It has been a good credit year. I keep getting pre approvals for BOA 3-2-1 cards (1 a week for past 3 week. I will not bite, since Barclays warned me of AA if I get new cards in next few months. 


CC's: AMEX (4), Alliant Visa, PenFed AMEX, Nordstrom Visa,US Bank Cash+, Chase (5), Huntington Voice, UMB Visa, Dillard's AMEX, Barclay's Visa, Citi (4), Discover IT, Walmart Discover, Sam's MC, Cabela's Visa, Cap One QS, BOA (2), BMW Visa, Comenity Visa/MC (3), Ebates Visa Siggy, 5/3 RLR MC, Macy's AMEX; Several store cards.

Current Scores: EQ (6/14): 800; TU MyFico (6/14): 814; Walmart TU Fico 08 (7/8/2014): 814; EX (6/14): 775
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EandK23
Posts: 178
Registered: ‎09-12-2012

Re: Who Here Has Had The Biggest App Spree???

5/5 in September to the tune of $21K. 


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