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  1. Another CLI for me Citi Double Cash $25K --> $32.5K
  2. As of 5/3/2016: Major: Amex PRG (4/15) NPSL BOA Royal Caribbean Visa (1/15) - $45K Barclays Jet Blue (2/15) $40K Ebates Visa (3/15) $35K Citi Double Cash (1/15) $32.5K Chase Marriott Premier (1/16) $31K Cap 1 QS World MC (5/11) $30.5K Amex BCE (9/15) $22.5K Amex Hilton HHonors (9/15) $22.5K Sync Paypal Extras MC (2/15) $20K Discover IT (11/14) $18.5K Chase Freedom (2/15) $17K Citi HHonors Visa Signature (10/15) $13K DCU Visa (7/14) $10K Total Rewards Visa (2/15) $9.7K Orbitz Visa (2/15) $9.5K Chase United Mileage Plus (5/15) $7.5K Alliant Visa (6/14) $5k SPG Amex (3/16) $3.9K WF Visa (3/12) $1900 Store Amazon (7/13) $15K Old Navy (4/14) $10K TJX (2/15) $10K Bloomingdale's (6/06) $7k Macy's (3/12) $5.4K Victoria's Secret (7/13) $3350 Avenue (7/13) $3300 Lane Bryant (7/13) $3150 Kohl's ( 7/13) $3K Total lines $435,000 Average limit $15,557 Average age of accounts: 3.74 years Not included above: Amex Business Gold - NPSL Chase Ink Plus - $5K
  3. Credit pimpdom here I come. CLI Citi Double Cash $25K - > $32.5K
  4. Sweet! Congrats! Thanks! I was surprised that I was given that online when asking. BOA has generally been really generous with me.
  5. BOA Royal Caribbean Visa Signature CLI $30k-->> $$45K New highest limit!!
  6. As of 5/2/2016: Major: Amex PRG (4/15) NPSL BOA Royal Caribbean Visa (1/15) - $45K Barclays Jet Blue (2/15) $40K Ebates Visa (3/15) $35K Chase Marriott Premier (1/16) $31K Cap 1 QS World MC (5/11) $30.5K Citi Double Cash (1/15) $25K Amex BCE (9/15) $22.5K Amex Hilton HHonors (9/15) $22.5K Sync Paypal Extras MC ( 2/15) $20K Discover IT (11/14) $18.5K Chase Freedom (2/15) $17K Citi HHonors Visa Signature (10/15) $13K DCU Visa (7/14) $10K Total Rewards Visa (2/15) $9.7K Orbitz Visa (2/15) $9.5K Chase United Mileage Plus (5/15) $7.5K Alliant Visa (6/14) $5k SPG Amex (3/16) $3.9K WF Visa (3/12) $1900 Store Amazon (7/13) $15K Old Navy (4/14) $10K TJX (2/15) $10K Bloomingdale's (6/06) $7k Macy's (3/12) $5.4K Victoria's Secret (7/13) $3350 Avenue (7/13) $3300 Lane Bryant (7/13) $3150 Kohl's ( 7/13) $3K Total lines $427,500 Average limit $15,288 Average age of accounts: 3.7 years Not included above: Amex Business Gold - NPSL Chase Ink Plus - $5K
  7. True but I won't pass the 5/24 rule. In other news, I just got an online instant CLI on my BOA RC Visa to raise the limit from $30K --> $45k!!! My new highest limit!!
  8. Thanks, the only other card I might consolidate/close this year is the Chase United card but I think it might be worth keeping for another year. It's kind of sad when there's nothing else in terms of cards that appeals to me. Sure, they're advertising the Freedom Unlimited all over the place but it has the exact same rewards as my Cap 1 QS (which also has close to 5 years of history on it now) and with Chase's 5/24 rule they won't approve me anyway. I can eventually move some limits around and close/combine/PC some things in the future. Aside from a really great signup offer nothing is calling my name at the moment out there. I also am kind of tired of working on sign up bonuses at the moment - I finished the bonuses for Marriott, Ink, and Amex Business recently. Am almost done with the bonus for the conversion of the Barclays JB card (that card will get a ton of use I can tell you right now) and am working on the SPG bonus.
  9. Okay, managed to get a minor bump on the SPG, so I went ahead and closed the True Earnings Amex. Update as of 4/26/16 Major: Amex PRG (4/15) NPSL Barclays Jet Blue (2/15) $40K Ebates Visa (3/15) $35K Chase Marriott Premier (1/16) $31K Cap 1 QS World MC (5/11) $30.5K BOA Royal Caribbean Visa (1/15) - $30K Citi Double Cash (1/15) $25K Amex BCE (9/15) $22.5K Amex Hilton HHonors (9/15) $22.5K Sync Paypal Extras MC ( 2/15) $20K Discover IT (11/14) $18.5K Chase Freedom (2/15) $17K Citi HHonors Visa Signature (10/15) $13K DCU Visa (7/14) $10K Total Rewards Visa (2/15) $9.7K Orbitz Visa (2/15) $9.5K Chase United Mileage Plus (5/15) $7.5K Alliant Visa (6/14) $5k SPG Amex (3/16) $3.9K WF Visa (3/12) $1900 Store Amazon (7/13) $15K Old Navy (4/14) $10K TJX (2/15) $10K Bloomingdale's (6/06) $7k Macy's (3/12) $5.4K Victoria's Secret (7/13) $3350 Avenue (7/13) $3300 Lane Bryant (7/13) $3150 Kohl's ( 7/13) $3K Total lines $412,500 Average limit $14,712 Average age of accounts: 3.7 years Not included above: Amex Business Gold - NPSL Chase Ink Plus - $5K
  10. Just a few data points to add here in my experiences. I had an ANCIENT US Airways card that CO (no longer on my reports it's that old). Once it was about 6 years old Barclays finally let me back in the door with a Rewards card but every CLI was basically a hard and a call to an analyst and I could never get an APR reduction (card was used pretty decently never late, etc). I thought they hated me. Recently, my Jet Blue Amex went over to them, they immediately gave me a CLI soft by hitting the luv button then let me combine the limit from my old Rewards card into it to make a card with a $40K limit. I think that certain types of Rewards accounts are "flagged" or blocked for some reason - I seem to recall there being an "average credit" version or whatever it was called then and that one seems very unwilling to budge even after your credit improves. They seem REALLY inclined to make me happy with the Jet Blue card so that blows my theory about Barclays just not liking me
  11. As of 4/26/2016 Major: Amex PRG (4/15) NPSL Barclays Jet Blue (2/15) $40K Ebates Visa (3/15) $35K Chase Marriott Premier (1/16) $31K Cap 1 QS World MC (5/11) $30.5K BOA Royal Caribbean Visa (1/15) - $30K Citi Double Cash (1/15) $25K Amex BCE (9/15) $22.5K Amex Hilton HHonors (9/15) $22.5K Sync Paypal Extras MC ( 2/15) $20K Discover IT (11/14) $18.5K Chase Freedom (2/15) $17K Citi HHonors Visa Signature (10/15) $13K DCU Visa (7/14) $10K Total Rewards Visa (2/15) $9.7K Orbitz Visa (2/15) $9.5K Chase United Mileage Plus (5/15) $7.5K Alliant Visa (6/14) $5k SPG Amex (3/15) $2K WF Visa (3/12) $1900 Amex True Earnings (2/15) $1200 Store Amazon (7/13) $15K Old Navy (4/14) $10K TJX (2/15) $10K Bloomingdale's (6/06) $7k Macy's (3/12) $5.4K Victoria's Secret (7/13) $3350 Avenue (7/13) $3300 Lane Bryant (7/13) $3150 Kohl's ( 7/13) $3K Total lines $411,800 Average limit $14,141 Average age of accounts: 3.7 years Not included above: Amex Business Gold - NPSL Chase Ink Plus - $5K
  12. Finally closed and combined my Barclay's cards to create a $40K limit Jet Blue card. Useless Rewards card is gone. Now the question is do I just close the TE Amex now or wait?
  13. Had some CLI luv today: Orbitz Visa $7.5K -> $9.5K still a kind of crap limit IMO for a hotel card but the extra orbucks come in handy from time to time so it'll stay for now. As of 4/18/2016 Major: Amex PRG (4/15) NPSL Barclays Jet Blue (2/15) $39K Ebates Visa (3/15) $35K Chase Marriott Premier (1/16) $31K Cap 1 QS World MC (5/11) $30.5K BOA Royal Caribbean Visa (1/15) - $30K Citi Double Cash (1/15) $25K Amex BCE (9/15) $22.5K Amex Hilton HHonors (9/15) $22.5K Sync Paypal Extras MC ( 2/15) $20K Discover IT (11/14) $18.5K Chase Freedom (2/15) $17K Citi HHonors Visa Signature (10/15) $13K DCU Visa (7/14) $10K Total Rewards Visa (2/15) $9.7K Orbitz Visa (2/15) $9.5K Chase United Mileage Plus (5/15) $7.5K Alliant Visa (6/14) $5k SPG Amex (3/15) $2K WF Visa (3/12) $1900 Amex True Earnings (2/15) $1200 Barclays Rewards (5/14) $1000 Store Amazon (7/13) $15K Old Navy (4/14) $10K TJX (2/15) $10K Bloomingdale's (6/06) $7k Macy's (3/12) $5.4K Victoria's Secret (7/13) $3350 Avenue (7/13) $3300 Lane Bryant (7/13) $3150 Kohl's ( 7/13) $3K Total lines $411,800 Average limit $13,636 Average age of accounts: 3.7 years Not included above: Amex Business Gold - NPSL Chase Ink Plus - $5K
  14. Hmm let me think about it. You raise a good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Hmm let me think about it. You raise a good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Hmm let me think about it. You raise a good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Hmm let me think about it. You raise a good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Hmm let me think about it. You raise a good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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