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Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

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Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

This is tangently Credicard related, but what type of wallet do you carry everyday?

 

My current wallet is a cheap leather trifold with 3 pockets on each panel, only problem is the lower two pockets don't really fit anything if the top pocket has a card in it.

 

I typlically keep discount/insurance cards in my left panel, debit cards in my middle panel(behind a seperate driver's license sleeve that flips out), with my creditcard(soon to be cards) adorning the right panel.

 

I need to go wallet shopping. Anyone have luck finding a good wallet at a department store? Any brands to look for?

733 TU (08/21/2013)
Amex BCE($20,000): 3% Groceries - 2% Gas - 2% Department Stores
US Bank Cash+($9,500): 5% Fast Food - 5% Cellphones - 2% Resteraunts
Chase Freedom($4000): 5% Rotating
CapOne QuickSilver($30,000): 1.5% Everything
Citi Double Cash($12,500): 2% Everything.
Lowes($2,400) 5% off Lowes.
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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

Should have posted in the "SmorgasBoard" area.... Smiley Wink

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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

There is a wallet thread that was moved to the Smorgasboard.

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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

How do wallets relate to food?

733 TU (08/21/2013)
Amex BCE($20,000): 3% Groceries - 2% Gas - 2% Department Stores
US Bank Cash+($9,500): 5% Fast Food - 5% Cellphones - 2% Resteraunts
Chase Freedom($4000): 5% Rotating
CapOne QuickSilver($30,000): 1.5% Everything
Citi Double Cash($12,500): 2% Everything.
Lowes($2,400) 5% off Lowes.
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Valued Contributor

Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

Smorgasboard is the lounge.

Starting Score: EQ 681 5/2011, EX 656 6/2011 (PSECU), TU98 642 6/2011
Current Score: EQ 741 12/2011, EX 730 08/15 (PSECU), TU08 710 08/15
Goal Score: 725+ across the board


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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.


Here you go-


http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/SmorgasBoard/I-want-a-nice-wallet-to-house-my-new-prime-cards/td-p/1...


Starting Score: EQ 681 5/2011, EX 656 6/2011 (PSECU), TU98 642 6/2011
Current Score: EQ 741 12/2011, EX 730 08/15 (PSECU), TU08 710 08/15
Goal Score: 725+ across the board


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Valued Contributor

Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

Moving to Smörgåsbord

5/2012: 560 credit scores across the board
12/2014 750+
3/2017 780+
5/2017 800+
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Valued Contributor

Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

Oh, and I purchased mine from Belk for $19

5/2012: 560 credit scores across the board
12/2014 750+
3/2017 780+
5/2017 800+
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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

The only wallet I will ever own!

 

Mod Cut. This is the third time in the last month I have removed this link - MarineVietVet, myFICO moderator


Starting Score: 600ish in 2007
Highest Score to date: EQ 716 May 2012(lender pull)
Current Score: EQ 685 6-21-12 ; Walmart TU Fico 744 6-05-12
Goal Score: 801
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Re: Men, or women who use men's wallets, What wallet type and where did you find yours.

Hoping the above Mod Cut is not for Mighty Wallet. $10-20, totally awesome, especially for those that like a thin, light wallet.

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