11-25-2013 09:31 AM - edited 11-25-2013 09:32 AM
Have the whole mortgage thing I either need to do or just give up on; beyond that, not sure, the more I think about it I may start working on my business credit just in case I ever need it for the future and the Ink Cash is an excellent fit.
Beyond that if I don't go through with that, will wind up picking up either a 2% restaurant card from Amex (and I probably need to start shopping at places like Costco anyway admittedly as soon as the mortgage lands), or maybe Chase, or perhaps just do a 2% card vis a vis the Fidelity Amex or see if I can slide into a JCB Makurai living in Cali.
11-25-2013 08:05 PM
PRG if there is a good offer and for backdating...also considering Citi TYP.
11-26-2013 08:32 PM
Also in the pipeline, timing TBD: Penfed Travel Rewards AMEX (sooner if I can reallocate some existing Platinum Rewards CL and get the account without the HP - or maybe I'll just go for it), Discover IT / Freedom
11-27-2013 01:03 PM
I might try for the Target card or the Navy Federal credit card. I want to wait until Summer 2014 to run another inquiry.
11-27-2013 09:02 PM
If the Chase Slate offers remain intact, I want to transfer my original chase slate (800.00 CL) over to freedom (4k CL ) .. close the slate, continue to work on Paying down Freedom to <10%... Open a Navcheck 15k (if i can qualify), pay off one Vehicle loan (2500 left to pay on this one), and then in November 2014 reapp for another Slate, Or another 0% BT card with no BT fees. This is only the plan if i am unable to pay the freedom down to < 10 %. I have 3 of 10 baddies falling off in 2014, and 6 more falling off in 2015, If i can't get them GW sooner.
11-28-2013 05:51 AM
I am supposed to close on my mortgage on 12/27! After that, I think I'm going to app for the Duck Visa. In 2014, I would really like the CSP and a Delta AMEX. My BK7 was discharged 5/2009. It's probably still too soon for AMEX.
11-28-2013 09:10 AM
I won't apply for anything new (just got three new cards this month), but I'd like to do a PC from Chase Sapphire to CSP at some point. I'm also hoping to do a PC from Amex Blue to BCE (hopefully by the end of 2014) and then eventually do a PC from BCE to BCP - that's all going to take some time, though. The main thing I have in the works in 2014 is my first mortgage in July or August... gotta stay HP-free until then! I will also try to seek every SP-only CLI possible.
11-28-2013 09:36 AM
I have been thinking about the Harley-Davidson Sig card for a couple of years now, so I "might" apply for that in '14. I haven't applied for anything since 2011.
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