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Re: biggest single purchase?

Two years ago with my Citi Card

 

Full Catback Exhaust for car, and Hi-flow cats

 

Total: $1900ish.

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Re: biggest single purchase?

I bought a mattress for about $398.00 when I got my Amex. I wanted a Mac but couldn't afford to pay that back next pay lol

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Re: biggest single purchase?

$6k and change for the down payment on my car at 0% on my Discover.

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Re: biggest single purchase?

Wait wait you can pay the downpayment with a cc?
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Re: biggest single purchase?


jsickz32 wrote:
Wait wait you can pay the downpayment with a cc?

Yeah.  Most dealers take up to a certain amount via CC for down payment.  

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Re: biggest single purchase?

$12.5K - Daughters college tuition. Going to do that again this month!

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Re: biggest single purchase?

Around 25,000 hotel bill, but I was getting reimbursed by work.

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Re: biggest single purchase?

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Re: biggest single purchase?

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jsickz32 wrote:

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


$3800 for a samsung TV????? wow...i thought when i spent $800 on my 55" samsung that i was overspending. What Samsung TV is for $3800 i'm just wondering?

 

I think my biggest purchase was when i got the 3rd gen 64GB ipad and also got the g/f a kindle fire hd. Was like $1,100 after all was done including cases.

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Its a samsung 60" 3D tv. Samsung had just released the TV so best buy only had one. Its the 8000 series. Im a big samsung fan.

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