10-04-2013 02:13 AM
I went a bit crazy in December 12 / January - May 13 ..from 2 cards to 8 cards or from 8,5K available credit to 73,5K available credit...so nothing to do but strong gardening for the moment and try to keep my scores
Goal card in 2014 (1st card on wishlist):
or any new interesting card coming on the market...LOL
10-04-2013 09:03 AM
I only have two:
Eventually I'll get there!
10-05-2013 02:30 PM - edited 10-05-2013 02:32 PM
While I like the selection I have, and the cards listed in my signature (plus a few others such as Wells Fargo and 1st Command) serve a purpose...and while I do have this lust thing going on for a Cap One Quicksilver (don't ask me why -- just do)...
I'd PC all of my cards...every one of them....well not all, I'd keep my Unicorn....for a Palladium. I think the Palladium is singularly the very best card out there.
10-12-2013 01:36 PM
1. Chase Freedom
2. American Express Green
Once I acquire these two cards I am done with applying for any more Credit cards. Funny thing is I had a Freedom before and closed it. I also had an Amex Zync but they canceled my account.
10-13-2013 12:12 AM
Don't judge me for the number of cards, but:
American Express Blue Sky
US Bank Cash+
Chase Sapphire Preferred
Barclaycard Apple Visa
And my maybe list:
American Express Delta
American Express Green
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