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It's Back! USAA Limitless Visa- 2.5% Cash Back on All Purchases Open to All USAA Members (w/ $1k/mo direct deposit in checking) YMMV by State

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This deal seems to be active to everyone and web-only for now - I didn't get the offer the first time around but I kept checking back and today it popped up for me, also for my active duty buddy.

https://www.usaa.com/inet/wc/bank...irect=true

QA Note: This product is currently available to members residing in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN and WA. It will become available in additional states at a later date.

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Card earns at the following rates:
- 2.5% cash back on all purchases if you have a $1,000 monthly direct deposit into your
USAA checking account
- 1.5% cash back on all purchases if you don't receive the monthly direct deposit
- No annual fee
- No sign up bonus
- Chip & PIN
- No foreign transaction fees
- You must be a USAA member to apply for the card
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Nope, still nothing here for the wife or I (located in Oregon)
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"This product is currently available to members residing in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN and WA. It will become available in additional states at a later date."
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This product or service is unavailable to you due to one or more of the following reasons:
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Age requirements (must be 18 or older)
State or foreign restrictions
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Worked for me, I'm in WA.. I just logged into USAA and went straight to the credit card offerings and applied..

Thanks!
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"This product is currently available to members residing in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN and WA. It will become available in additional states at a later date."
thx for the heads up.
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Approved! Finally added AZ

Any other good perks ? Do they have good dispute protocols like AMEX?
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Is there an easy way to become a member?
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Is there an easy way to become a member?
join the military
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Is that a hard or soft pull?

What's the early termination fee on that?
I heard it's pretty steep.
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waiting on California... or Florida. Define residing. I'm a Florida resident living in California.
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waiting on California... or Florida. Define residing. I'm a Florida resident living in California.
same here, waiting on california or wisconsin. i'm assuming we can do either
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Any rough estimate on the credit score required for this card? Thanks!
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Approved! Finally added AZ

Any other good perks ? Do they have good dispute protocols like AMEX?
I don't use their CC, but my father does and the two times he's disputed a charge, they rejected his dispute and sided with the vendor. Both times should've been an open and shut case in his favor, but they bounced him around enough while ignoring documentation that he threw in the towel (at a cost of hundreds of dollars). And he's not the type to give up - it took them six months+ of runaround in each case to screw him out of the charge. I write this as someone who's only had good interactions with USAA.
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not available in my area
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