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Re: Coolest looking CC you've seen?

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Some of these cards are definitely "too" cool for me.

 

Real diamonds?  I'd order a replacement card every other week!  Better return than any rewards cards.

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Open123 wrote:

Some of these cards are definitely "too" cool for me.

 

Real diamonds?  I'd order a replacement card every other week!  Better return than any rewards cards.


LOL first you'd need that $300K annual income/year~ Smiley Wink

 

(wonder what the replacement charge is?)


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Repo-ed wrote:

 


It arrived today, and man she's sexy


to repoed: What do you interest to apply for TE ??? Seem like BCE or BCP had way better benefit and rewards except for restaurant.......


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nicholasyud wrote:

Repo-ed wrote:

 


It arrived today, and man she's sexy


to repoed: What do you interest to apply for TE ??? Seem like BCE or BCP had way better benefit and rewards except for restaurant.......


I don't think I have a strong enough file for BCE/BCP, honestly.

 

I have a costco membership and get gas there 99.9% of the time.

 

I would like to try for BCE/BCP, perhaps next year - but with this repo still reporting for another 2 years, I think I'd get declined.

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lol



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Repo-ed wrote:



I don't think I have a strong enough file for BCE/BCP, honestly.

 

I have a costco membership and get gas there 99.9% of the time.

 

I would like to try for BCE/BCP, perhaps next year - but with this repo still reporting for another 2 years, I think I'd get declined.


Maybe PC to BCE or BCP !!!!.

I search around on their website and realize its not really an awesome rewards card.


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nicholasyud wrote:

Repo-ed wrote:



I don't think I have a strong enough file for BCE/BCP, honestly.

 

I have a costco membership and get gas there 99.9% of the time.

 

I would like to try for BCE/BCP, perhaps next year - but with this repo still reporting for another 2 years, I think I'd get declined.


Maybe PC to BCE or BCP !!!!.

I search around on their website and realize its not really an awesome rewards card.


The Costco TE?  I didn't get it for rewards.  I honestly got it for the cards design and that I already carry a Costco Membership Card.  Now when I go to the pump, I only have to swipe my TE, instead of my membership card & another amex card for payment.

 

Plus I wanted to get another card for more maximum backdating.

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Re: Coolest looking CC you've seen?

The Zync card! Centurions, Platinums, CSPs and Palladiums are a dime a dozen where I am. I've only seen the Zync a few times and each time I was struck at how fun it looked.

I have to say...I don't think the CSP is an attractive card at all Smiley Sad
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isoldmyatlas wrote:

I have to say...I don't think the CSP is an attractive card at all Smiley Sad

Well, there's a metallic minimalist elegance to it--a reserved and refiined bling, if there's such a thing.

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