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With a 3 year positive history on that card, and if you have kept your recent (last 3-4 years) credit clean and have worked to clean up the past, you may be ready to look at a better card. Although a new account will lower your AAoA, this is inevitable whenever you do apply.
Concorduser, what other cards do you have in your arsenal? Just curious
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