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Which is better Best Buy or Amazon for higher limits?

Generally I try to stay away from retail store cards because of their higher than usual interest rates.But I would like to have one card connected to electronics in order to access a few toys. Which would you pick in order to buy the odd Apple computer,Camera or other tech toy? And which company offer begining decent limits?

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Re: Which is better Best Buy or Amazon for higher limits?

The best buy card is currently cap1 (soon to be citi), most people are stuck with toy limits on it.

The amazon store card is GE (the visa is chase) and you may start with a toy limit but it will grow exponentially with time. Amazon store is SP for cli, amazon visa is a HP for cli.
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Re: Which is better Best Buy or Amazon for higher limits?

Amazon simply because GE rocks with CLI's.



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