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Barclays NFL CC No Annual Fee - $400 Statement Credit after $1000 spend in 90 days YMMV

RK1234 433 November 3, 2012 at 08:23 PM in Finance (2) More Barclaycard Deals
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Last Edited by RK1234 November 12, 2012 at 08:53 PM
The links for NFL Barclay's card which gives 400$ as a statement credit after spending 1000$ has already been posted. But only the links for the Generic NFL card, bears, packers and cowboys have been posted. I am posting the links of other teams. It took me a while to figure this out and I have already posted the same in Flyertalk as well.

Although this is a repost, I figured people could apply to the teams that they care for instead of just getting the card for 400$ and have a card of a team they did not care for.
You can also call to apply - 1-866-951-7194 to apply

It seems like "Visa cards are not getting approved and Mastercards are getting approved. I would apply for a mastercard, get the bonus and then if you want to keep the card , change the card to the team you follow. Ofcourse I have not tried it, so it is a big YMMV"

Please be kind, this is my very first post.

Here are the links and if they dont work please let me know. Please check the terms/conditions in the application page for the 40000 point bonus which equals 400$ of statement credit spelled out. Also for people who already have the 400$ bonus card or 200$ bonus card, I do not know if you will get a second card. It all depends on your credit worthiness and the snooty Barclays customer service.
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Application Status

https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...artner=003


Reconsideration Number

866-408-4064 connects directly to a credit analyst
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If you got approved for a card other than Eagles, please come back and update the wiki in Post 2, to let other people know what card you got and what link you used. Just a little give back to the SD community. Thanks!wave

Eagles (working link - actually gives Eagles Card)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true


Cowboys (Approves Eagles)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true


Packers (Approves Eagles)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true


Redskins (working link - no word on approval after link update)

https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

Chicago Bears (Approves Eagles)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

NY Giants (working link - no word on approval after link update)

https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true


Steelers (working link - no word on approval after link update)

https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

Seattle SeaHawks (working link - no word on approval after link update)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

Jets (working link - no word on approval after link update)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

Texans (working link - no word on approval after link update)
https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...egacy=true

Bills Visa

Buffalo Bills - Confirmed to work [barclaycardus.com]


Checking the status of your application


https://www.barclaycardus.com/app...etrieve.do

Barclay’s Credit Card Reconsideration


866-408-4064 connects directly to a credit analyst

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#181
Quote from dog007dog View Post :
I usually just buy Costco cash cards online for these types of offers. I buy all my gas and most of my groceries from there. When I did this a few months ago, I got the $400 credit applied before my first payment was due.
If I purchased an Amex gift card from CVS, how does the credit card company know what I purchased? Is there something from the merchant that tells the card company what it is?

The offer states:

The following transactions are not considered Net Purchases and do not earn Points: Account fees, interest, convenience checks, balance transfers, cash advances, cash equivalents as defined in your Cardmember Agreement, and purchases made by or for business or commercial purposes. In addition, any Points awarded on purchases that are subsequently returned will be deducted from your total, and your Points balance will be adjusted accordingly.


Cash Equivalent Purchases: The purchase of money orders, travelers' checks, foreign currency, lottery tickets, gambling chips, wire transfers and other similar transactions are treated as cash advances. Please see the Cardmember Agreement that will accompany your credit card upon account opening for more details.
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#182
Quote from Killerz View Post :
That is certainly how it sounds which is why I am more interested in doing the Amex prepaid so I can spend as I want and apply the credit before even spending the money!!
You wouldnt be able to apply the $400 towards that $1000 unless you are going to carry the $1000 balance and pay interest till the points are available.
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#183
Quote from imlkrsfn2 View Post :
What's your history like? Have you had any other credit cards?
I have 1 Discover Card (2 years) and 1 Chase Freedom (a Visa, for 1 year).
Never missed a payment, and only have 2 hard inquiries atm.
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#184
Quote from Robert95z View Post :
Just applied for the texans card and this is what I got

Congratulations, you have been approved for your
Green Bay Packers Extra Points MasterCard with a Credit Line of $600.00

(1) its a damn packers card
(2) 600 limit means this deal is worthless!!! UGGHH (EDIT: Nevermind, didnt think of just paying it off every month till I reach $1000 lol)
You can pay as you charge. Charge $600 day one and pay day 2, charge $500 day three and pay day 4, and so on.
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#185
Quote from Killerz View Post :
If I purchased an Amex gift card from CVS, how does the credit card company know what I purchased? Is there something from the merchant that tells the card company what it is?

The offer states:

The following transactions are not considered Net Purchases and do not earn Points: Account fees, interest, convenience checks, balance transfers, cash advances, cash equivalents as defined in your Cardmember Agreement, and purchases made by or for business or commercial purposes. In addition, any Points awarded on purchases that are subsequently returned will be deducted from your total, and your Points balance will be adjusted accordingly.


Cash Equivalent Purchases: The purchase of money orders, travelers' checks, foreign currency, lottery tickets, gambling chips, wire transfers and other similar transactions are treated as cash advances. Please see the Cardmember Agreement that will accompany your credit card upon account opening for more details.
Are you then saying that we CAN or CAN'T use this to buy gift cards? Technically gift cards aren't mentioned in that clause Big Grin
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#186
Quote from cbtexan04 View Post :
Are you then saying that we CAN or CAN'T use this to buy gift cards? Technically gift cards aren't mentioned in that clause Big Grin
In my opinion a gift card is most certainly a cash equivalent, but as I said, I don't know if the cc company has anyway to know what your really purchased and therefore whether they can exclude the purchase. In short, the answer is I don't know.

For example, on my Amex, my last CVS purchase was categorized as:

Category: Merchandise & Supplies - Pharmacies

Now if I purchased an Amex gift card there, I don't think the CC company would have any way of identifying that. However, if I purchased it directly from the Amex site I think that would be a problem.
Last edited by Killerz November 4, 2012 at 10:53 AM
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#187
Quote from Killerz View Post :
In my opinion a gift card is most certainly a cash equivalent, but as I said, I don't know if the cc company has anyway to know what your really purchased and therefore whether they can exclude the purchase. In short, the answer is I don't know.
Many people buy gift cards without an issue. Why do they even care if you bought a gift card? They still get paid from the merchant and interest from you if you leave a balance.
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#188
Quote from Killerz View Post :
If I purchased an Amex gift card from CVS, how does the credit card company know what I purchased? Is there something from the merchant that tells the card company what it is?

The offer states:

The following transactions are not considered Net Purchases and do not earn Points: Account fees, interest, convenience checks, balance transfers, cash advances, cash equivalents as defined in your Cardmember Agreement, and purchases made by or for business or commercial purposes. In addition, any Points awarded on purchases that are subsequently returned will be deducted from your total, and your Points balance will be adjusted accordingly.


Cash Equivalent Purchases: The purchase of money orders, travelers' checks, foreign currency, lottery tickets, gambling chips, wire transfers and other similar transactions are treated as cash advances. Please see the Cardmember Agreement that will accompany your credit card upon account opening for more details.
I don't think they look at what is bought, just who the charge is from. If the gift cards at bought from CVS, the charge on the statement should be from CVS and be ok. Now if you have a charge on there from another creditcard company they may consider that a balnce transfer and not be valid for the offer. When I purchase cash cards from costco, the credit card statement just says purchase from costco.com, nothing about the item actually purchased. I think they use a transaction ID to see if the transaction was returned not the actual product item purchased
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#189
Who needs to buy gift cards. Pay your cell phone bill, internet, car insurance, and any other bill that will let you in one month and you will be close to $1000 or over.
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#190
Quote from cbtexan04 View Post :
Actually I just edited my post, but the CSR is changing the team for me before they ship it out. Number is in my post Wink
They are Fedexing it overnight for free/

Oh, and I don't know why my limit was higher. I'm only at 11k/yr
CSR fixed my card to the correct team.. Also asked for a credit incease of $1500 ($2100 total) and they approved it..

Thanks for that phone number!
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#191
As for redeeming 40,000 points, pay with points seems to be a better option (when you spend another $400 after paying off $1000). Other options are gift cards to NFL.com, NFL apparel and merchandize. Wish I could just get a check for $400.
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#192
Quote from NolaNola View Post :
Who needs to buy gift cards. Pay your cell phone bill, internet, car insurance, and any other bill that will let you in one month and you will be close to $1000 or over.
Not everyone has such expenses (or the ability to pay them by credit card). I was providing an alternative for these people.
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#193
Thanks OP. I got approved for $6000
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#194
Quote from Killerz View Post :
In my opinion a gift card is most certainly a cash equivalent, but as I said, I don't know if the cc company has anyway to know what your really purchased and therefore whether they can exclude the purchase. In short, the answer is I don't know.

For example, on my Amex, my last CVS purchase was categorized as:

Category: Merchandise & Supplies - Pharmacies

Now if I purchased an Amex gift card there, I don't think the CC company would have any way of identifying that. However, if I purchased it directly from the Amex site I think that would be a problem.
a cash equivalent would be something that could be used as cash in the same circumstance--for example you cant use a cash advance because that is equal to having the cash and spending it on anything--a gift card could only be used where that gift card was accepted--ive always bought gift cards with these deals and never had a problem
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#195
Quote from jrflyaa View Post :
a cash equivalent would be something that could be used as cash in the same circumstance--for example you cant use a cash advance because that is equal to having the cash and spending it on anything--a gift card could only be used where that gift card was accepted--ive always bought gift cards with these deals and never had a problem
Thanks for clarification
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