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I have to laugh but my theory about when I redeem $50 for a statement credit yeilds a CLI remains true--at least for me. Redeemed yesterday and today, BOOM, extra $2000 bringing me up to $16,880. I think I'm about 80% success rate when converting cash back to statement credits.

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MrShush wrote:

I have to laugh but my theory about when I redeem $50 for a statement credit yeilds a CLI remains true--at least for me. Redeemed yesterday and today, BOOM, extra $2000 bringing me up to $16,880. I think I'm about 80% success rate when converting cash back to statement credits.


Now that is a REALLY NICE CL with Discover!

 

Big congrats!  :smileyhappy:

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Thanks!

 

 

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It is the highest that I am aware of... I have a friend at work with $15k and I thought that was high!

 

Kills me, I cannot get my Discover over $5500... And yet, I have a Visa with PenFed that has a $38,000 limit...

 

Go figure.  :smileymad:

 

Anyway, again - congrats on that limit!

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RockinRay wrote:

It is the highest that I am aware of... I have a friend at work with $15k and I thought that was high!

 

Kills me, I cannot get my Discover over $5500... And yet, I have a Visa with PenFed that has a $38,000 limit...

 

Go figure.  :smileymad:

 

Anyway, again - congrats on that limit!


The member here--his name escapes me but he's a New Yorker with a Giants logo--has a 40K limit. Definitely the highest I've seen.

 

To be honest, my (ours :smileywink: ) Discover gets a LOT of use and there is a balance on there. In my experience, carrying a balance and putting the cash back back into the card is what keeps them in the giving mood.

 

This card started off in 2008 at $5490 so they will grow.

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Awesome increase! Congratulations!



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MsLadyRover wrote:

Awesome increase! Congratulations!


 

Thanks!

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WTG!! Can't wait to see how my Discover account grows.
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MrShush wrote:

RockinRay wrote:

It is the highest that I am aware of... I have a friend at work with $15k and I thought that was high!

 

Kills me, I cannot get my Discover over $5500... And yet, I have a Visa with PenFed that has a $38,000 limit...

 

Go figure.  :smileymad:

 

Anyway, again - congrats on that limit!


The member here--his name escapes me but he's a New Yorker with a Giants logo--has a 40K limit. Definitely the highest I've seen.

 

To be honest, my (ours :smileywink: ) Discover gets a LOT of use and there is a balance on there. In my experience, carrying a balance and putting the cash back back into the card is what keeps them in the giving mood.

 

This card started off in 2008 at $5490 so they will grow.


 

 

congrats...     $5490 what an odd number to start...  

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