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Just approved for my first BOA card today - Alaska Air for $7500

 

Anyone apply for two in one day and got approved for both?

 

I'm looking at the travel rewards card with no AF and no FTF.

 

I know they don't do 2-for-1 hard pulls

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Yeah I've seen that card before. Might go for it in the future. Did you have a fidelity account set up before applying?

No. I was approved for this card in November and still haven't set up my Fidelity account.

 

FWIW they were pretty generous given my profile ($15K). I had EX frozen and called in to have them pull EQ.

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Just approved for my first BOA card today - Alaska Air for $7500

 

Anyone apply for two in one day and got approved for both?

 

I'm looking at the travel rewards card with no AF and no FTF.

 

I know they don't do 2-for-1 hard pulls

 

I cannot thank you enough. This is the first time in a month someone hasn't called this the "Alaskan Air" card.

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Just approved for my first BOA card today - Alaska Air for $7500

 

Anyone apply for two in one day and got approved for both?

 

I'm looking at the travel rewards card with no AF and no FTF.

 

I know they don't do 2-for-1 hard pulls

 

I cannot thank you enough. This is the first time in a month someone hasn't called this the "Alaskan Air" card.

 

 

Lol. I fly Alaska when not flying AA. I use to live in Seattle and Anchorage and have friends and family in both cities so it just made sense to get it.

 

Wife has had this card for 15 years so she has me trained.

 

Just wondering if I should push my luck with another app. Not sure why I'm applying for cards today. Just bored I guess. :grin:

You might as well try for the Fidelity Amex to have someplace to move the CLs from closed cards. :angel:

 

 

Yeah, it is a no fee card I see.

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The BofA Travel Rewards isn't really a "travel rewards" card. Its a cash back card that you can only use the cash back on travel expenses.

 

Might as well get a true cash back card, with a higher percentage, that you can do whatever you want with the money. Since you were talking about BofA...

 

And by Feb. 15th, all evidence of those temporary INQ's will B* long forgotten...gotta love the prime TU puller bank.

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The BofA Travel Rewards isn't really a "travel rewards" card. Its a cash back card that you can only use the cash back on travel expenses.

 

Might as well get a true cash back card, with a higher percentage, that you can do whatever you want with the money. Since you were talking about BofA...

 

And by Feb. 15th, all evidence of those temporary INQ's will B* long forgotten...gotta love the prime TU puller bank.

 

Thanks for the info. The main reason I was thinking about that card is because it has the chip, no FTF, and no AF. Was going to make it a sock drawer card for overseas trips, not that I go on that many.

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I've had a Fidelity account for 18 years.

They are a fine company, and it's easy to set up a brokerage account online.

You can tie bank accounts to Fidelity through ACH transfers.

 

 

I didn't know you can get the Fidelity cc without having a Fidelity account?

You only get 2% with the Fidelity account though, correct? 1.5% otherwise?


Yes, but I haven't redeemed any points yet.

 

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I've had a Fidelity account for 18 years.

They are a fine company, and it's easy to set up a brokerage account online.

You can tie bank accounts to Fidelity through ACH transfers.

 

 

I didn't know you can get the Fidelity cc without having a Fidelity account?

 

You only get 2% with the Fidelity account though, correct? 1.5% otherwise?

Yes, but I haven't redeemed any points yet.

 

 

 

I have several Fidelity accounts, and their customer service is exceptional. The people who answer the phones are always polite, helpful, knowledgeable and empowered.

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After opening the Fidelity Amex I actually moved my checking deposits exclusively to the cash management account because of how impressed I was with their customer service. The no-fee ATM worldwide is a nice feature also.

 

Fidelity and Bank of America are my two favorite financial services companies.

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