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Which should be my Next Card?

I currently have the Discover Student card with a $1,000 limit. I have had it for about 3 months. I pay it off as I go and will contiune to do, same with the next card that I get. Basically I am trying to establish credit. Must I get another student card or will someone offer me another card. I love Discover but I just need another card for more credit. Any tips would be helpful!

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Registered: ‎02-20-2010
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Re: Which should be my Next Card?

Citi Forward would do right by you

 

Also check out chase freedom.

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Registered: ‎12-08-2009
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Re: Which should be my Next Card?

I was just contemplating opening a Nordstrom charge this morning. I'll probably chicken out. I already have a Macys charge.




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