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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

The couple of extra bucks from carrying numerous credit cards is not worth keeping them in my wallet. In terms of payment cards, I have 1 debit and 2 credit. Occasionally I would add another card, but no more.

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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?


distantarray wrote:

Condoms

Dental Floss

$40 cash  Smiley Happy


Codoms and wet naps.

 

Too Far ?

Amex Zync NPSL 9/12, Amex CostcoTrue Earnings $10K 9/12
Amex BCE $3K 9/12 (Amex Back Dated to 1983)
Chase Sapphire Preferred $17K 11/12, Chase Freedom $7K 11/12
Discover More $750 11/12
CapitalOne Platinum Secured Card 2K 2/12 (Closed 12/12)
FICO: EQ = 804 EX = 802(Amex) TU = 801(Discover)
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

1 debit and 1 credit, rest stays at home

Current Score: TU 669 6/15
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

2 cards 1 debit . Everything else at home.
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

2 major credit cards (Visa for emergencies, Discover for everyday purchases cuz of the cashback), 1 store (Walmart) and my Debit Card.

Cards: (Chase x8) (Citi x6) (Amex x6) (BofA x3) (US Bank x3) (Barclays x4) (WF x2) (Cap1 x4) (Synch x4) (Penfed x2) (Macys Amex, Discover, USAA, Fidelity, NASA x1), PLOC: Citi (18k) WF (10k), Personal Loan: USAA (25K), Auto Loans: Ally, Audi Financial.
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

I carry Chase Freedom, CSP, United Club Visa, also Amex PRG, BCP and SPG. Right now I mainly use the CSP so I can get the 40,000 points if I spend 3000 in 3 months.
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

Chase Freedom, AMEX BCE, US Bank Cash+, FT Knox Visa Platinum (5% on gas),  and 20+5$ change so i can give tips and use them for vending machines...

 

This way i am covered all around no matter what or where I shop....

BOA Cash Rewards Visa Sig. 12K; BOA Travel Rewards Visa Sig 5K, US Bank Cash+ 11.5K, AMEX BCE 6200, AMEX BLUE Sky 7K, Chase Freedom Visa Sig. 5400, Fort Knox FCU Visa Platinum 2500; CAP ONE Cash Rewards WORLD MC 5K

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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?


MrShush wrote:
Right side:
AMEX PLAT
AMEX DELTA GOLD
AMEX BLUE

Left side:
JPM Select
Chase Freedom Sig
BoA Cash Rewards 123 WMC
Discover More

I love how AmEx has their own special pocket lol

AMEX Platinum, AMEX Blue cash (10k), AMEX Delta (10k), US Bank Premier Line (14.5k), US Bank Cash + (7.5k), Chase Freedom (5k), Fred Meyer Rewards Visa (7.5k), US Bank Flex Perks Travel Rewards (5k), Discover IT (9.5k), Chase Sapphire Preferred (8k), Alerus Financial Visa Signature issued by Elan (10k), BofA Cash Rewards (10k), Citi Thankyou Pref (6.5k) TU FICO Score = 807, EQ FICO Score = 780, EX FICO Score = 780,
CreditKarma score = 785, CreditSesame score = 773, Vantage = 903
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?


emptypockets wrote:

Right Now It's

 

US Bank Cash + (Restaurants, Bill Pay)

CSP (Dining)

AMEX BCP (Groceries)

AMEX PRG (Gas)

Barclays NFL Visa (meeting spend requirement)

UMB

Alliant

 

Discover, Freedom, and Dividend are SD'd as their bonus categories are not real appealing this quarter

 


Why would you use the PRG for gas and only get 2 points per dollar spent when you could get 3% cash back with the BCP?

AMEX Platinum, AMEX Blue cash (10k), AMEX Delta (10k), US Bank Premier Line (14.5k), US Bank Cash + (7.5k), Chase Freedom (5k), Fred Meyer Rewards Visa (7.5k), US Bank Flex Perks Travel Rewards (5k), Discover IT (9.5k), Chase Sapphire Preferred (8k), Alerus Financial Visa Signature issued by Elan (10k), BofA Cash Rewards (10k), Citi Thankyou Pref (6.5k) TU FICO Score = 807, EQ FICO Score = 780, EX FICO Score = 780,
CreditKarma score = 785, CreditSesame score = 773, Vantage = 903
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Re: What do you ACTUALLY carry in your wallet?

chase debit

chase freedom (anything $10 or under; maxed out cap on Q4 things. sadly enough, had to put a hotel on the amex for the 2% instead because of the $1500 cap)

discover it (replacing citi forward in Q1 2013)

fidelity amex (2%)

penfed platinum rewards (gas/groceries)

citi forward (restaurants)

 

driver's license obviously

 

covers pretty much everything i need on a daily basis.

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