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Re: does best buy convert cards?

I personally would prefer to have the RZMC, only because I was informed that $500 is the "max" on the Store card.  But I see that someone else on this thread has a higher limit, so perhaps my experience isn't the best example.

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I have the store card. $2500 limit with no AF. Truthfully, I don't use store cards no where else but the store it came from so if I had the MC version, it would just be used at the BB store. Their rewards aren't all that to me to be using it everywhere. My Freedom, Discover, and Cap1 Cash Rewards cards all give me better rewards and serve all my non Best Buy shopping needs. I'm on Plan A.
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The store card offers Premier Silver status as well. I'm a Premier Silver member. The only requirement is that you purchase $2500 or more in a year.
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Re: does best buy convert cards?


SetecAstronomy wrote:

I personally would prefer to have the RZMC, only because I was informed that $500 is the "max" on the Store card.  But I see that someone else on this thread has a higher limit, so perhaps my experience isn't the best example.


No, $500 is not the max on the store card. I got $31.6K CL. on my BB card. I don't know what the max limit of the card. I think the CL might be up to $50K. Now, you cannot have both RZMC and store card. Either you can have one.

 

 

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