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First National Amex Card - $250 Statement Credit + More Benefit - No Annual Fees (Terms Apply)

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  • 3x points per $1 spent on travel purchases
  • 1.5x points per $1 spent on everyday purchases
  • Earn 25,000 points to redeem for a $250 statement credit, when you spend $2,500 in the first 3 billing cycles
  • $100 Global Entry Credit – Save time and bypass the lines for TSA screening and customs at select U.S. airports if approved. Pay your Global Entry application fee and receive the full $100 back as a statement credit.
  • $100 Travel Discretionary Fund - Enroll your TravElite Card with Premium Concierge and receive up to $100 in statement credits yearly to use for baggage, fees, airport lounge access, on-board food and beverage and more.
  • Your variable APR based on the Prime Rate will be 16.49% to 23.49% on purchases and balance transfers, based on your creditworthiness
  • No Foreign Transaction Fee
  • No Annual Fee
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Can I link this card to my Amex membership rewards account or is it not compatible? I need to close my prg but got points to spend. I would like to retain the points if this card works for that
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How are the reviews of this card..

Looking at the terms and conditions:
Zero Liability is available to holders of American Express Cards issued by First National Bank under the following conditions: Your account is in good standing, you have exercised reasonable care in protecting your Card from theft, and you have not reported two or more unauthorized events in the past 12 months. If unauthorized use of your Card occurs, please report it to First National Bank immediately.
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How much are these points worth? From my previous experience, the 1st national points have a high cash out requirement.
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They won't approve you if you have opened too many cards lately regardless how high your Credit score is. I had five within the last year and they denied me. I called the recon and that was the reason they gave me. My score was 750. They will pull Experian.
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It is really hard to find a no annual fee card also no foreign transaction fee.
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this looks like a great deal, right??
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Does this card get amex MR points?
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Can I link this card to my Amex membership rewards account or is it not compatible? I need to close my prg but got points to spend. I would like to retain the points if this card works for that
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Does this card get amex MR points?
This is exactly what I want to know.
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This is a good deal. $100 incidental fee reimbursed annually with no annual fee is a great feature! Applied for the card. Will receive a decision in 2 weeks by mail, but I think status should update online in 24 hours.
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Is 750 a "high" credit score? my kid just graduated from grad school and has no job yet.. he already has a 742.
it isnt excellent but it is considered good. the score also varies quite a bit depending on which agency
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This is exactly what I want to know.
Simple answer "no"

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It is really hard to find a no annual fee card also no foreign transaction fee.
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"Cards are issued by First National Bank of Omaha, pursuant to a license from American Express. American Express is a federally registered service mark of American Express."


So does that mean that this is really a Amex or just rally a First National Bank one? Like if they decide to drop Amex does that mean were out of luck later on?
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Can I link this card to my Amex membership rewards account or is it not compatible? I need to close my prg but got points to spend. I would like to retain the points if this card works for that
No, this is not MR card. To retain your MR from prg, best option for you is open AMEX EVERYDAY
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