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Citibank card

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Not sure, did you try their pre qualify on their site?

Give it a go:smileywink:


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Re: Citibank card

If you're talking strictly Citi in general as in all citi backed cards, then i would say the Citi shell gas card... most people get little toy limits with this card but in all honestly its a gas card.. do you really need a 5k limit on a gas card? No lol

 

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39Xelor wrote:

 do you really need a 5k limit on a gas card? No lol

 

 


Anyone who says they do must be a truck driver... :smileyhappy:

 

I've got a Chevron and 76 and in the 4 months since I've got them the highest balance on either card has been $85.  

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TRC2k13 wrote:

39Xelor wrote:

 do you really need a 5k limit on a gas card? No lol

 

 


Anyone who says they do must be a truck driver... :smileyhappy:

 

I've got a Chevron and 76 and in the 4 months since I've got them the highest balance on either card has been $85.  


If you're a truck driver then I'm sure you're going for a better gas card haha :smileyhappy: and i think the most i've put on my gas card in one month was like $105.. exactly the reason why gas cards "usually" dont have super high limits.. Although i suppose if you owned a boat it might be a good thing? Filling a boat up can be very costly lol

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Someone said Truck Driver?

Right up my alley. Most gas cards i seen available just don't offer worthwhile returns enough for me to even apply for (yet)

If anyone knows one by all means please share. Being new to all this i think Chase Freedom, Sallie Mae offers at least 5%? Neither of which i applied for yet. Just saying...


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CreditMagic7 wrote:
Someone said Truck Driver?

Right up my alley. Most gas cards i seen available just don't offer worthwhile returns enough for me to even apply for (yet)

If anyone knows one by all means please share. Being new to all this i think Chase Freedom, Sallie Mae offers at least 5%? Neither of which i applied for yet. Just saying...


Exactly! The best gas cards arent "gas cards" at all.. they are cards like Chase Freedom!

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