Logged into my Chase account this afternoon and had a green checkmark. I would have been 8/24 next month and was planning to stay in the garden and grab a Chase Marriott card in October, but I knew I was going to grab my own of this card anyway at some point in the near future so thought I'd get it out of the way since I need to replenish my URs. Pre-approval was for the lowest APR available on this card, which is 17.24%. (FWIW, all of my Chase approvals have been for the lowest available APR, and my Freedom was actually 13.x% not too long ago until the prime rate began going up and they sent me a letter telling me they were raising it to be in line with what other consumers had on the same card.) Just had to enter income, phone number, and a check mark to accept the terms.
Looks like they double-pulled EX and TU. All scores in the 800s, AoYA was 4 months and there are 3 cards (not counting Platinum SkyMiles Business which does not report to personal CRAs) opened in the past 12 months prior to this. Income up there (but never enough), squeaky clean reports, overall utilization around 6%, AAoA around 8 years, AoOA 25 years. Lots of EX inquiries past 12 months (including one from Chase recently for my CSR's CLI), but only 1 on TU prior to this. Total Chase exposure is now $48,000; not bad considering it was only $19,000 about 6 weeks ago!
Congrats K-Boston on your approval and very nice SL !!!
no banks are safe with you hehe
Congrats! What was the SUB?
$150 more than likely, $300 if he was lucky.
SUB was $150 (which is really 15,000 URs which would be $225 toward airfare) for a measly $500 spend in 3 months. And 0% on new purchases for 15 months, which I may take advantage of at some point. This actually breaks my personal requirement of $500 minimum value signup bonus, but again it's a card I would have picked up anyway.
Very nice, my friend!
It's a great feeling to be able to mark a goal card off the list!
(I may or may not be checking my own account for 'Green Checkmarks' every other day if not more.)