https://www.americanexpress.com/us/credit-cards/?category=all -- check this in incognito mode to get the best offers... try it a few times as it doesn't always present the best offer on the first try
As to the 1st revolver see the CL or not... Does it really matter? Apply for the card you want and then work from there. If you get a decent CL then work that up to your max that Amex allows and then pick up more cards you can and will use with them if you desire. Once you have a revolver you can request the 61 day on the 1st card and then a CLI across any of your other cards every 6 months instead of per card.
With a $1K SL on your 1st card you barely got your foot in the door so I would not be in a big rush to add multiple additional cards.
I would say to pick the preapproved card you most want right now and give it a shot, with the expectation that you won't try for another one for at least 6 months.
Thank you everyone for the quick response! Technically it would be my 3rd Amex (I have a corporate card which is probably how I was able to sneak in with approval on the Delta). If I did the 3x CLI now on Delta BEFORE apping then when I get a new revolver, would that be eligible for a 3x CLI too?
Sort of.... if it's been 181 days since your last CLI then it would be doable if Amex will approve it or not is a different story.
Once you go beyond 1 card it's 181 per CLI per person not per card.
Underwriting standards for charge cards are generally lower than revolvers; but if the BCP gives you the cash back that you want and is a better fit, I'd certainly go for it. As for the MRs on the corporate card, the math for that should be pretty simple. Figure out what your own personal value of a MR point and divide the $95 fee by it to figure out your break-even point; if you come out ahead it could certainly be worth it. (i.e. if you decided they were worth 1 cent to you, then anything less than $9500 in annual spend on the corporate card would mean you are losing money by paying the AF; for 2 cents, $4750)