04-20-2014 11:10 AM
8 cards; 30K in limits.
This year will be spent gardening and trying to increase my UTL, with maybe a PC or two (all via SP).
I'm actually pretty happy with most of my current cards. Next year, I will do a thorough eval to see which cards I need/want and which are expendable. Depending on how the PC's/CLI 's go, I may drop a couple of cards, go for one general travel card (i.e. Barclay Arrival; CSP), then add a 2nd Cash+ and/or a 2nd Sallie Mae.
My self-imposed cap on # of cards is 8-10 max.
04-20-2014 01:14 PM
04-20-2014 01:27 PM
04-20-2014 02:12 PM - edited 04-29-2014 07:15 PM
18 cards: 4 store and 14 major; 126.7k total limit.
04-20-2014 02:14 PM - edited 04-20-2014 02:15 PM
6 cards and it is too many .. hopefully going to close a few ..
plan to close discover and citi aa by the end of this year .. changing the amex blue to everyday
total credit available is around 65k
04-20-2014 03:11 PM
8 personal cards, 27k limits. 1 business card, 5k limit.
On personal report:
6 national bank cards
1 credit union
1 store card
Isn't really much I want until I can get the upper echelon of cards, but the store card (Walmart) and the CU one are both up for removal or replacement but likely not any time soon.
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