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Are there credit cards that tell you BEFORE you apply, you will be approved and or how much?
Are there credit cards that tell you BEFORE you officially apply, you will be approved and the amount? I dont mean likely or high probability, i mean definitely , and /OR, the amount that will be granted.

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No. You can go to the pre-approval area of a specific credit card site you're interested in.  An amount will not be listed until after approval. You don't mention your credit score so I can't make any recommendations as to credit cards.

Just judging by your question, you need to read the articles here and other sites to thoroughly learn how credit works. 

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Nope there is not. 

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Not knowing how much they will approve on the transfer stinks.  I applied to Bank of America and they only approved $600 on the transfer, so then I was  stuck making two payments instead of one. That's not fair.

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