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smc733
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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol

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rom828 wrote:

 


Creditaddict wrote:
 ..........and since I have 4 Target cards that I try to rotate........

 

?????? 

 

Sorry to get off topic, but I have to know!

 

How do you  have more than 1 card for the same store?  Are they all in your name?  Are they all store cards...or  a 'mix' of store and Visa??

 

I've just never heard of having more than 1 card for a store.  Will all stores let you do this....or is this a "Target' thing?

 

 


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score_building
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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol

Yeah rom it's a uniquely CA thing --don't try this at home :smileyvery-happy:

 

CA- nice savings!

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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol


rom828 wrote:

 


Creditaddict wrote:
 ..........and since I have 4 Target cards that I try to rotate........

 

?????? 

 

Sorry to get off topic, but I have to know!

 

How do you  have more than 1 card for the same store?  Are they all in your name?  Are they all store cards...or  a 'mix' of store and Visa??

 

I've just never heard of having more than 1 card for a store.  Will all stores let you do this....or is this a "Target' thing?

 

 


LOL, they are all in my name.  Target was the first card I got when I turned 18 in 1999, then in 2008 I opened one, and then 2 in 2009.  I didn't know I could have so many either, that's why it's kind of been a joke to me to see how many I really can have!  They are also all just the store card and only my card from 2008 got increased from $200 to $1000 last year, the rest have stayed the same always.

 

Macy's is actually the only other store that I know that you can have more than one card, but only if you have one that is joint, then you get one by yourself... I don't think they will let you have two both just in your name.

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rom828
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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol

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Too funny, credit!!

 

They only gave you 1 CLI  but 4 cards!!:smileyvery-happy:

 

I just finally got a CLI  with 'em myself last year from $300 to $1000...but nothing since.  I wasn't included in the last round of increases people were crowing about on this forum

 

Well, the heck with a CLI!   Maybe I'll just go in there and apply for another card!:smileywink:

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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol

Question, does the target red debit cards also give 5% off? ...maybe you can get one of those too

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Re: Finally pays off to have multiple Target Store Cards! lol


john398 wrote:

Question, does the target red debit cards also give 5% off? ...maybe you can get one of those too


Pretty sure it does, but I don't use anything with "debit" attached to it :smileyhappy:

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