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How about paying down the smallest balances first? That way, you'll have a sense of accomplishment that you did so (your smallest is $450 - get that paid off, then sock drawer the card!).
Take the remainder and pay down as close as you can to some of the others, preferably the Target Visa and the CapOne that have the highest interest rates.
There are all sorts of recommendations, but do whatever you think is going to get you in the groove of bringing your debt down.
Best of luck to you - the others will weigh in!
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