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  1. Woodrow

    Regarding new credit cards and their sign up bonuses, does it matter if the spend comes from the account holder or an authorized user? Can I achieve my wife’s $4k/3mo. on her new CSR as an authorized user? Is this generally the same for all CC?

  2. David W

    Yes, thats totally fine and is valid for all CCs

  3. Gaurav

    It’s fine for most cards. The only exception is US Bank. They only count primary card holder spend towards sign up bonus requirements.

  4. Anonymous

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 20536, member: 79″]It’s fine for most cards. The only exception is US Bank. They only count primary card holder spend towards sign up bonus requirements.[/QUOTE]

    [I]Really?!?[/I] What a ridiculous policy.

  5. Gaurav

    Yeah, DoC has had data points and lists it on their US Bank things to know page. Agreed, silly policy.

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