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biggest single purchase?

what has been your biggest single purchase using a cc? mine was a samsung tv for 3800.

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Re: biggest single purchase?

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Re: biggest single purchase?

Rent for around $2400. Apartment complex charges 10 bucks to use a CC, but 1.5% was more than 10$ so i just use my card to pay.
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Re: biggest single purchase?

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I'm pretty sure it was my washer and dryer. That was like $1500 including delivery. That went on my Washington Mutual card.

 

If it wasn't my washer and dryer, it was my bedroom furniture. Bed, nice mattress and box spring, dresser, nightstand. That was also around $1500. I can't remember what card that went on, but it was probably my WaMu as well. 

 

Edit: Wait, wait, wait, those are wrong. Just a few months ago I paid for lawyer for a family member on my Citi ThankYou Preferred. That was $2500.

 

And do BT's count? I used a BT check from my FNBO Visa and paid off my car loan. That was $9000.

 

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Re: biggest single purchase?

A new roof that was just under $11,000.  This was almost 3 years ago and we put it on my husband's CU visa that had a $15k limit at the time.

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fence for my MOL's house....~$5k.

 

*this was on my Visa check card processed as a CC though :smileytongue:

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Re: biggest single purchase?

$249.59 at Macy's. Gosh, I feel so poor in comparison to y'all.....
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Re: biggest single purchase?

IIRC it was $2500 for a lawyer.  

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Re: biggest single purchase?

$3600 for tuition once.


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Re: biggest single purchase?

$1000 for a Movado watch

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