The key with Sync is a high TU.
I asked for the Amazon Store Card with a 652 TU8 on 12/30 and got a $1800 limit.
I got my TU8 to 706 and went for the PayPal Cashback on 1/12 and got an instant $8K.
Keep in mind that there are limitations to this card. First off, everything has to be managed through the PayPal site or app. Unlike Synchrony’s store cards, there isn’t a direct site to log in to, you get redirected there from PayPal. This gets tedious when you’re obsessive about checking balances like I am, especially since this card doesn’t give transaction notifications and neither does PayPal.
However it’s a 2% card with no gimmicks to get your cash and if you app for this then upgrade to business and order the Business Debit and set this card as the funding source, you get 3% on any purchases you make which pretty much can’t be beaten.
OP--If you're going to get one of the 2 PayPal MCs--get the 2% one. I have the Extras and that's only b/c it was an upgrade from my old Smart Connect card. But the point rewards on the Extras card aren't that good. For example if you use the points to buy gift cards--the points are only worth about .6cpp or it takes about 8000 pts. to get a $50 gift card (Not a very good deal) while most other point systems are 1 cpp.
The mrs. applied a few months ago for the PP credit line and was approved for $2k.
She also applied for the Ebay Extras Mastercard and was approved for $2,500.00.
While I applied for PP credit and was denied, I also applied for the Ebay Mastercard and approved for $700.00.
I think it depends on how long you have a credit history.
More importantly I think it depends on how much a particular vendor is willing to under write the potential debt.
Example Lowes have been very generous in CLI's, while my Anne Taylor Loft, as well as a few other store cards have been tight.
Of course it matters in how profitable a store is doing in the market, not only in the stock trading, but also in real world patrons.
Lowes is nailing it in business traffic/purchases, while the Taylor stores are showing decline in sales.
Of course this always happens when a business starts to over capitalise their value in goods or services.
If they refuse to make proper adjustments they lose traffic. Usually this happens when a public traded company has a select handful of board members that hold extraordinary amounbts of shares, thus a conflict of ownership, and greed that prevents them from reducing their selling price out of fear of devaluing their prestige.