02-28-2014 09:12 AM
AMEX BCP, and CSP, then I'll b done apping for yrs
02-28-2014 09:23 AM - edited 02-28-2014 09:23 AM
My goal cards tend be the ones I was previously denied for. Makes me want me to pursue them even more. Two in particular are...
CSP- To compliment the Freedom card
Barclaycard Hawaiin Airlines MC- For the sign-up bonus
02-28-2014 09:25 AM
I have just about all the cards I want, my wallet has no complaints! But if anything, the cards I would consider applying after joining the elite 750 score club:
- Whichever cards w/ awesome singup bonuses!!
-Also, I wanna be the very 1st First Premier $100k card holder w/ 0% APR & Concierge Service & Free Airport Lounge Access & 100miles per every $1 spend which can be redeemed for any airlines ticket purchase & Free 5 Star Hotel 5nights stay every year & lastly...Free $5 Starbucks Coupon lol
02-28-2014 09:34 AM
To be perfectly fair, I think I pretty much have all the cards I'd want in terms of cash back rewards. If I had to choose any, it would be the Discover IT card; I've never been with their network before.
American Express Blue Cash Everyday $25000
Barclays Sallie Mae World MasterCard $25000
Capital One Quicksilver World MasterCard $25000
Chase Freedom Visa Signature $25000
Discover IT $27000
US Bank Cash+ Visa Signature $25000
Synchrony Bank Old Navy Visa $25000
03-01-2014 05:26 AM
I probably have everything I need right now, but eventually I'd like to PC my NFCU cashRewards to the Platinum since I don't use it for anything at the moment, and then pick up a Chase Freedom and an AmEx BCP. Other than that, the cards that I want are strictly for sign up bonuses (Hyatt, United, etc.).
03-01-2014 05:56 AM
This is tough because I need to avoid overlapping the fiancée's collection.
We go to the grocery store nearly everyday, and I'm sure we'd spend pretty darn close to the BCP and it's just the two of us. If we fly, we'll fly Delta. Charge card just because. Discover it for the no FTF and TU FICO. Lowe's and Ace because I'm buying a house by the end of the month and I'll be doing remodelling/repairing of the place, and Ace is in town while Lowe's is 30 minutes away. Wings Financial because they're my CU and it'd be easy to manage them.
I can probably get the Lowe's card and the Wings Visa Platinum this year. The rest of them I'll probably have to wait a long while.
|Equifax||630 (LP)||749 (CK)/749 (Quizzle)|
|Experian||640 (FCR)||FICO 703 (Amex)|
|TransUnion||588 (CK)||FICO 740 (Barclaycard)|
03-01-2014 10:26 AM
I've been obsessing over this. ATM, I have all Visas save my First Premier that's going bye bye next month. Discover It is on the short list, and I want an AM EX, and a new Mastercard, but not sure which yet.
Definitely exploring good Travel Rewards cards right now. I've had a wanderlust for the last couple of years that I haven't been able to sate just yet.
03-01-2014 12:48 PM
Amex PRG, Amex Green
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