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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Impressive! :D

 

Maybe app a new card with BOA?

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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Beautiful.

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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Impressive! :D

 

Maybe app a new card with BOA?

 

But do so via phone if you go that route. They would just love to 'theft' some available credit from that large sum for the new card. A donor that is not.

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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

surprised I missed this...

 

Holy crap... :swoon:

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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Impressive! :D

 

Maybe app a new card with BOA?

 

 

That is how I got to this point, between combinations and CLIs. I am REALLY trying to hold off on apps to get under 5/24 should another Chase offer come along. I am going to try to go with no new cards this year if I can help it. Last time I asked for CLI on that card they took me to the $99.9 (I asked for $105k or $110k don't recall). I think my next move might be to consolidate my Citi DC (since I have been using Freedom Unlimited as my daily driver) and Citi TY into the AA Exec. That would bring that to a $95K card. Only other options would be to consolidate Chase cards, but not ready to go that route.

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Crap1 80k

Chase Fairmont 60k

(tie) Chase BOA & UNFCU 55k

 

UPDATE:

 

Crap1 80k

Chase BA 75k

Chase Fairmont 60k

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Surprised I haven't seen more with AMEX as the highest limit.

for me Amex is tied for 4th with UNFCU at 55K. Then there is a drop off to Penfed.

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Discovery $33,000

AMEX, PNC, Chase, Barclays $15,000

 

 

 

Update:

 

Discovery $33,000

Chase $28,000 (combo)

Barclays $25,000

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BOA Travel Rewards $99.9K (yes I am pissed they wouldn't go to $100k)

Citi AA Exec card $63.5K

NFCU Cash Rewards $50K

Impressive! :D

 

Maybe app a new card with BOA?

That is how I got to this point, between combinations and CLIs. I am REALLY trying to hold off on apps to get under 5/24 should another Chase offer come along. I am going to try to go with no new cards this year if I can help it. Last time I asked for CLI on that card they took me to the $99.9 (I asked for $105k or $110k don't recall). I think my next move might be to consolidate my Citi DC (since I have been using Freedom Unlimited as my daily driver) and Citi TY into the AA Exec. That would bring that to a $95K card. Only other options would be to consolidate Chase cards, but not ready to go that route.

I think I would get a CLI on at least one of those Citi cards so that the limit would be $100k+ when combined.

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Discover $28k

Amex $24k

NFCU $17k

Discover $28k

Amex $24k

BOA $20k

 

And for some perspective a bit over a year ago I would have said...

 

NFCU $12k

Discover $8.5k

Amex $6k

 

Hurray for CLI!

Edited by Willis

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Cap1 ... $50K

Penfed ... $39.5

BOA ... $38.3

BOA ... $50K

Cap1 ... $50K

Penfed ... $38.3

 

Hoping Penfed has some good offers in April to kick it up.

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