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02-26-2014 11:24 PM
Only two goal cards: Chase Freedom and AMEX BCP. I will be done with apping after that.
I currently have a CSP, WF, BofA and Nordies visa. I settled my only baddie (unpaid C/O) last month and will be updated next week. I want my new accounts to be > 6 months old, so I will be gardening until August/September, or longer if they have another $200 Freedom bonus like last year.
02-27-2014 05:59 AM
No new cards in my goal outlook just yet.
I would however like to PC to the BCE from Delta.
I am trying to figure out a good gas rewards card that I could get, but actually think the BCE card is actually the best option for this with my profile. I seem to have a problem breaking through the 700 mark. I have been at 698 and am now at 694.
02-27-2014 06:48 AM
CSP and Amex BCP for now. Been itching to apply lately to either or both, but I'm trying to be good
02-27-2014 07:09 AM
The cards in my sig are pretty much my goal cards that I currently have. I might get an Amex Plat again next year.
02-27-2014 08:04 AM
Eh...there are a few I still want...
02-27-2014 09:41 AM
Chase Sapphire Preferred card is my next goal
02-27-2014 09:48 AM
Now that I have a card from Chase; Citi; Discover; Barclays; and American Express, and a card from all four payment networks, I'm in no rush for any new cards.\
Hell, I want to get rid of at least one before the year is out.
But that being said, I have just two cards left on my wish list: the Sapphire Preferred and the Blue Cash Everyday. Once I get those, I honestly can't see myself applying for any more credit cards.
02-27-2014 11:57 AM - edited 02-27-2014 12:04 PM
I have pretty much the cards that I want. The only thing now is to upgrade them to their fullest potential. Once I get the last Card I want and upgrade the remaining cards, I will no longer find the need to apply for Credit Cards. My Goal Cards are as follows:
Good -> Better -> Best -> (Goal)
Green -> PRG Gold -> Platinum -> Centurion
Americard Platinum Secured Cash Rewards 123 Platinum Visa -> Cash Rewards 123 Visa Signature - Privileges Cash Rewards 123 Visa Signature
Merril Lynch: Merril Lynch + -> Merril Lynch Accolades (BofA Accolades)
Platinum MasterCard -> Quicksilver MasterCard - > * Future World or Elite MasterCard
Discove r IT Student Co-Signed -> Discover IT Personal with Co-signer Removed
02-28-2014 08:10 AM
My Goal Cards for the upcoming year are:
Sallie Mae Mastercard
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