Credit Karma score 642, approved for $6000. Citi pulled Equifax...not sure if that made a huge difference.
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- Balance Transfer Intro APR Not Applicable
- Balance Transfer Regular APR 14.24% - 22.24%* Variable
- Annual Fee $95, waived for first 12 months
- Purchase Intro APR Not Applicable
- Purchase Regular APR 14.24% - 22.24%* Variable
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First big credit card I got after I graduated college. Was instantly approved for $8000 and have since been bumped to $25000. The card does as suggested, providing miles for AA. Unfortunately, AA's miles program has gotten steadily worse over time. At this point it's nearly impossible to use the giant bunch of points I've accumulated.
I'm considering dropping this card and picking up a Chase Sapphire card.
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