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Last Edited by Shorted July 23, 2016 at 01:30 PM
This has not expired as told on almost every website on internet:
AT&T Access More Card from Citi

Make It Your First Reward:
A New Phone!
Get it now or later — it’s up to you.

For eg. iPhone 6s 16GB is $650+taxes.. You can buy a phone now or later also...So, may be a iPhone 7 will be $650+tax in sept Smilie

Here’s how the phone offer works:
- Spend $2,000 in purchases with your AT&T Access More Card within 3 months of account opening.
- Use your card, now or later, to buy a new phone from AT&T, at full price and with no annual contract.
- Make your phone purchase using your unique phone offer link (which will be provided to you), activate and maintain service with AT&T for 15 days. If you buy a new phone now it will count toward the $2,000 in qualifying purchases!
= Citi will then credit your AT&T Access More Card account for the cost of the phone up to $650 (exclusive of taxes, shipping, fees & wireless service).


New Links are:
https://citi.bridgetrack.com/usc/...3JF111111W

or

https://creditcards.citicards.com...7607#/menu
(Choose the first card as this page shows two.. We are talking about A&T Access more card)

or goto www.att.com and on the bottom right side, click on "AT&T Access more card from Citi"


Also, get
- Earn 3 points for every $1 spent on products & services directly purchased from AT&T
- Earn 3 points for every $1 spent on purchases made online at retail and travel websites.
- Earn 1 point for every $1 spent on other purchases.
- 10,000 Anniversary Bonus Points after you spend $10,000 in the prior cardmembership year.

Everyone on SD says that this offer expired... Even the previous deal is showing expired.... I found the new links to apply for this card from citi to get $650 statement credit for new phone....Basically you get upto $650 back on new phone purchase. So, I thought to create a new thread as these are new links and i could not find any option to re-activate previous deal thread...

Annual Fee $95 (If you cancel it then you get refund pro-rated as reported by people over internet)

Even if you subtract $95 fee then still its $545 benefit...People have closed card after 1-2 months usage and have received refund for 10 months for example pro-rated...
so there are ways to maximize the benefit

Also, if you already have AT&T plan then you can simply change it to new phone or add a new line ..
if you new to AT&T then there will be $45 first month plan + $15 activation fee.. but this can be saved if you add yourself as new line.. to any friend's existing AT&T plan
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Last Edited by SDPA March 15, 2016 at 10:41 AM
Previous topic with more info

If you have to fax the invoice in, many banks will fax it for free if you have an account there

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"$95 ANNUAL FEE."
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"$95 ANNUAL FEE."
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Even if you subtract $95 fee then still its $545 benefit...People have closed card after 1-2 months usage and have received refund for 10 months for example pro-rated...
so there are ways to maximize the benefit


Also, if you already have AT&T plan then you can simply change it to new phone or add a new line ..
if you new to AT&T then there will be $45 first month plan + $15 activation fee.. but this can be saved if you add yourself as new line.. to any friend's existing AT&T plan

Smilie
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I got full refund..may be I just got lucky..
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I heard most card decline cases. I don't want to apply. They have declined applications for people even having more than 750 Credit score. While the probability of getting a card issued is very less,why screw up our credit score with a hard inquiry

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I got full refund..may be I just got lucky..
Great... when did you cancel the card...
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Even if you subtract $95 fee then still its $545 benefit...People have closed card after 1-2 months usage and have received refund for 10 months for example pro-rated...
so there are ways to maximize the benefit


Also, if you already have AT&T plan then you can simply change it to new phone or add a new line ..
if you new to AT&T then there will be $45 first month plan + $15 activation fee.. but this can be saved if you add yourself as new line.. to any friend's existing AT&T plan

Smilie
If only I had a friend... or one with an AT&T plan.
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Great... when did you cancel the card...
I dont remember exactly but after I got the credit, which is approx 2 months.
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I heard most card decline cases. I don't want to apply. They have declined applications for people even having more than 750 Credit score. While the probability of getting a card issued is very less,why screw up our credit score with a hard inquiry

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This was expired...I wanted to apply...i found new links... and i was instantly approved today... it had shown me that my score was taken from Equifax and was 752...

IDK why you said about rejections
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Why are people giving thumbs down to this? Frown

Which card gives you credit of direct $650 or $550 or $450 after considering all spend on plan etc.?
There are travel cards which are useful for travel...This gives you a phone..
basically for people who wants new phone..
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This was expired...I wanted to apply...i found new links... and i was instantly approved today... it had shown me that my score was taken from Equifax and was 752...

IDK why you said about rejections
In my group most of the people have good credit scores. An avg credit score in our group of friends is more than 750. They cite various reasons for declining credit card applications. They immediately dont say the reason and ask us to wait for the letter and once the letter arrives it has generic message like limited history ( even for more than 1 yr history records) or some reason like too many cards ( while people had only one or 2)

Most importantly all my friends have good high paying jobs so credit is never an issue for them in places like Autoloans or home loans ..
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In my group most of the people have good credit scores. An avg credit score in our group of friends is more than 750. They cite various reasons for declining credit card applications. They immediately dont say the reason and ask us to wait for the letter and once the letter arrives it has generic message like limited history ( even for more than 1 yr history records) or some reason like too many cards ( while people had only one or 2)

Most importantly all my friends have good high paying jobs so credit is never an issue for them in places like Autoloans or home loans ..
so it could be that those people are getting denied for other cards as well... or may be they have big loans....
there is no reason of getting rejected for a particular card or bank.... you can read hundreds thousands people getting approved in last many months (as seen by trend on other websites and comments)
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so it could be that those people are getting denied for other cards as well... or may be they have big loans....
there is no reason of getting rejected for a particular card or bank.... you can read hundreds thousands people getting approved in last many months (as seen by trend on other websites and comments)
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so it could be that those people are getting denied for other cards as well... or may be they have big loans....
there is no reason of getting rejected for a particular card or bank.... you can read hundreds thousands people getting approved in last many months (as seen by trend on other websites and comments)
I dont know. Cause after they applied for citi and got rejected some of them tried chase and some with Discover and some with BOFA and even AMEX .. All got approved.
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