07-24-2010 12:15 PM
I am still at $1000. Started from $200 from 6/2008 to $1000 back in 11/2009. I only made one purchase back in February or March in anticipation of my trip to San Antonio, TX for a conference. (Nice place btw...I would go back to vacation there...Riverwalk is beautiful).
Next time, hopefully...definitely when I hear about those discounts.
07-24-2010 12:47 PM
Has anyone heard if it is going to be 3% or 5% yet? I am so anxious to have this go into effect!
5% is what i've heard.
07-26-2010 11:21 PM
Came here tonight to see if there were any posts about Target. The usual story: got mine nearly 2 years ago with a $200.00 Cl, used it sparingly - did just put $129.00 on it for a TV stand, got a notice today about an increase to $1000.00. The letter mentions the possibility of earning 10% rewards on future purchases. Am very happy that this will remain a store card instead of moving to a Visa. There is too much potential for trouble with my having Visas. My Fico was 625 when I checked last week, but I have had a good couple of months with CLI: Firestone = 200, Amazon Store Card = 100, Walmart = 75, Target = 800, and Cap One lowered my interest for a few months on one of my cards. If I ever get an HSBC CLI, I will not know what to do with myself!
07-28-2010 03:35 PM
I got a Target card CLI too. I got my card back in 2008, starting out at $200. Then last year they upped it to $1000. Now it was bumped up to $2000. I don't use it every month, usually every other month to just buy small items here and there. My scores are 677 and 720.
07-30-2010 07:18 PM
Does anyone have a backdoor number for Target? I did not get a CLI and use my card all the time and usually pay it off every 2-3 months. My scores are almost at 700.
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