Been at this for a number of years.
Chase's 5/24 hurts but there are a few chase cards that does not fall under 5/24.
Or you can try the branch pre approval process.
They are: BA, Ritz, Marriot Biz. avoid paying any fee on Ritz by lower your limit to 1500.
As for Amex you can get every card at least once.
SPG/PRG/ various version of the platinum card (MB, Ameriprise, Morgan, schwab, GS) /green/gold/blue/blue cash/ everyday / everyday preferred/ Hilton/hilton surpass/
Downgrade and up grade back to surpass can earn you 100k.
Citi: you should be able to get two AA card every 65 days.( been doing that for years, before '14 you could get two a day).
Just look at the trick on flyertalk.
Barclays: arrival plus churn every 3-6 month
Wyndham is the same
Capital one: venture, sparks cash/miles
Discover only use during Apple Pay 10%
travellight wrote:for high churners who are well over Chase 5/24, etc.: What cards are you still able to get?
This year, I have gotten:
-Amex everyday card, no AF, 20k bonus points in January, no AF
-B of A travel rewards, February, 20k bonus pts
-my second Alaska airlines card, this one is business, March, 30k pts
-another Citi AAdvantage Platinum world elite business card, got 50k bonus miles, did not have the 24 month language, no AF, March
-wells fargo cash wise visa, 1.5x rewards, no AF, $200 with 1k spend, 4/30/17
-Amex simply cash, no AF, 3x bonus of choice, $200 after 5k spend in 6 months, 5/6/17. I like this for my restaurants @ 3x.
And, I can't believe I just got another one approved.... Barclay's arrival plus MC, 50k with 3k spend/90 days, 2x rewards for all, $89 AF waived. This is my second Barclay's; I got their Aviator 12/16 for 40k AA miles.
Please share if you know of other high hanging fruit for those of us who have picked all the low ones.
In the mean time, I was turned down for CSR, twice (tried as a Chase private client with local banker helping me the 2nd time), SPG personal and business, Chase Marriott,