02-18-2013 03:59 PM
I have 5. I hope to close 1 or 2 of my sub prime cards and go for Chase Freedom and Discover It later this year.
Good riddance Credit One! If Orchard Bank will waive my AF, I'll keep them around a bit longer.
02-18-2013 04:49 PM
I have 2. Wells Fargo cash back w/ $900 limit and AMEX Blue Cash Everyday w/ $6,000 limit.
02-21-2013 12:09 PM
3, all obtained this month :-)
Discover It $4,000
VIsa from my CU $500
JC Penny $500
02-21-2013 12:59 PM
what is the purpose of having so many credit cards? not judging. Just curious. I have 1 visa.
Many folks have several cards to get the maximum possible rewards on categories that they spend alot. Also, some cards need to be combined to get the most possible rewards. Folks like to have cards for balance transfers and sign up bonuses as well.
+1 on the sign up bonuses and balance transfers as the reason for the cards that I have. I have the 9 cards listed in my signature, plus a CU LOC, a corp Amex and 4 store cards (Macy's, JCP etc). I mainly use the card that gives the most cash back for what I purchase.
02-21-2013 01:27 PM
Hi guys, I have 5, couldn't be happier so far. I think I am good at this point for CC.
I received an offer for the Discover It card the other day, but I think I will pass on it, I like Chase Freedom a lot and it does not make any sense jumping ships.
02-24-2013 08:28 PM
32, but I manage them well and they all serve a purpose. (and this is considering that I just closed 5 this month)
02-24-2013 08:48 PM
02-24-2013 09:17 PM
Got 4 right now:
Chase Freedom - $1100
Discover More - $750
Amazon Store Card - $600
Amex Green - NPSL
Pretty abysmal credit lines. Gonna go for CLIs as soon as I hit the next 6-month mark for each of them.
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