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Citi cards

should i apply for pp elite and aa or just one card?
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Re: Citi cards

Apply for PP first as they tend to give a higher initial CL with this card. If you get approved then give the AA a shot.
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Re: Citi cards

Is the AA card considered a difficult card to be approved for?

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Re: Citi cards



andyaycw wrote:
Is the AA card considered a difficult card to be approved for?

Nope.. about as easy as PP.
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That would explain why I've seen so many people pay with an AA card where I work :smileyhappy:

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Re: Citi cards

What is AA and PP???
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Re: Citi cards

i just applyed got the 30day message   probably rejected but hey i do have a fa on my ca maybe thats whyi never get instant credit
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Redamagon wrote:
What is AA and PP???





Citi's Aadvantage and PremierPass credit cards.

I have never been instantly approved for Citi the three times I applied, but I have always heard back within 1-2 days.

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princeromeo wrote:
i just applyed got the 30day message probably rejected but hey i do have a fa on my ca maybe thats whyi never get instant credit



Absolutely will never get instant approvals with an FA on your CR.

The FA is easy to get removed though.
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Re: Citi cards

I have the Citi Platinum Select.  Am I able convert that card to one of the other Citi Cards?
TU 670
EQ 670
EX 617
JFCU $5,000
JFCU AUto Loan $11,000
Jet Blue Amex $2,000
BOA 3,500
Best Buy Store Card $2,200
Kay Jewlers $3,200
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