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09-02-2012 08:49 PM
I'm planning on purchasing some Apple products in the near future (27" iMac and an iPad). My Barclay's card only has a $2k limit (origionally was $1300. reconed to $2k). Have been hoping to take advanage of their free 12 month financing offer. Just waiting to see if they will be updating that iMac system before I purchase. But anyway, I was also approved for a Walmart card. In the envelop was a certificate - No interest on an electrics purchase of $429. or more if paid in full within 18 months. Offer ends on November 30th. Great!!! I spilit them up, pay them down and save on interest! Only thing is my Walmart has a $600.00 limit. iPad is about $775.00. I'll have to see if they will bump me up a little. I'll only have the card for 1-2 months then though. Or, use the Target card, save 5% and pay interest. Almost balances out. It's all about planning and a little luck here and there!
So for those of you that have been approved for a Walmart card, there might be an offer in your envelope!
09-02-2012 10:29 PM
I just got approve for the Wally world car too, but I did not got it yet. I printed a coupon off there website for the 18 months 0% apr for 18 months for $429 or more for in store purchase on electronics. Wally card 5% off + my mothers long term service discount card = anther 10% off.
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09-02-2012 11:51 PM
A cli on walmart just opened is a HP ?
09-02-2012 11:55 PM
A cli on walmart just opened is a HP ?
AFAIK all GE-backed cards are SP CLI's. I don't have any personally but I think Wally falls into this category.
09-02-2012 11:59 PM
Thank you. Yesssssssss
09-03-2012 01:50 PM
Also keep in mind that macing the card and paying the card off slowly will lead to two maxed cards and will damage your fico in the short term
I don't mind. I won't be applying for anything new in the near future. Plus, my total credit lines recently went from $1800. to $8600. recently so my utilization should stay low (about 20%). It used to hover in the 75-80% range.
09-03-2012 02:49 PM
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