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Registered: ‎06-01-2013
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amex bonus question

Hello all. I already have an amex prg, and costco all from this year. So if i applied for the delta gold for the 30k bonus, would i get them? I already screwed up this year (prior to coming here of course) and didnt get my 25k for the prg becasue i applied for the regular gold. I really want this one to comp the prg for travel points. Last app was 4 2013 for the costco. Thanks for advice
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Registered: ‎02-10-2013
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Re: amex bonus question

I think if you spend the minimum required, you'll get the bonus with Delta Gold.

If you want a PRG bonus, just cancel your regular Gold card, wait for the appropriate time to lapse, then Apply for PRG.
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