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Amazon Card How Long Wait Until Classed as New Customer Again?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Credit Cards
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Credit Cards
Im a customer of the Amazon NewDay credit card. The sign up bonus is very good. If I cancelled this how long would I need to wait before they would consider me a new customer again and eligible for sign up bonus?



  • [Deleted User][Deleted User]
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    Closing and re-applying for a credit card purely to get a £20 voucher is not an advisable thing to do
  • nic_cnic_c Forumite
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    No mention I could see. Is it Newday seeing you as eligible again or Amazon. As stated its not advisable to take new credit purely for a bonus. There are plenty more ways of getting the similar, just seek them out.

    I've had £100 in amazon vouchers in a year purely by putting a referral link in the referrals board of this forum for my energy supplier. Though as my fix is coming to an end and the proposed increase for their new fix means I am better switching than sticking and assuming I get a similar referral level.
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    It's usually around 6-12 months to be considered a "new" customer, if they would consider you a new customer at all.
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