12-18-2013 10:51 AM
12-18-2013 11:24 AM - edited 12-18-2013 11:26 AM
Let's see...I have a tri fold...
1st Slot: Bank of America debit card ,CapOne QuickSilver One MasterCard
2nd Slot: AE Store Card, GapCard
3rd Slot: BankAmericard Cash Rewards Visa, Bus pass
The Windowed slot in the middle has my License and car sharing access card
1st Slot: Express NEXT store card, health insurance card
2nd Slot: J.Crew store card, Walmart store card
3rd slot: Discover It
I also have a couple places to hide additional cards...usually just my Stop and Shop card and tax exempt ID's for Best Buy and Staples.
Discover IT and BankAmericard will swap places in January. I eat out a fair bit and Discover will have 5% CB on restaurants next quarter.
12-18-2013 01:35 PM
Ive actually thinned my wallet up some so that i am not sitting on a brick. Out of the cards in my siggy i only carry the daily users like Freedom, quicksilver, and my Credit union cash rewards one. And of course my auto zone card for rewards from them after spending 20 dollars 5 times they give you 20. nice deal.
But if i plan to head to lowes i grab that from the office draw and then pput back when done. same with walmart and others.
12-18-2013 03:43 PM
12-18-2013 05:17 PM - edited 12-18-2013 07:47 PM
Prepare yourself because my wallet is filled with cards.
Right side: Chase Freedom, Capital One Quicksilver, Discover it, Huntington Voice
Left side: Amex BCE, Amex Green, Fidelity Amex, Fidelity Debit, IMCU Debit
Left secret pocket: Ricker's Rewards card, Speedway card, auto insurance card
Right secret pocket: Anthem insurance card, Walgreens Prescription Savings Club card, Kroger card, library card
ID window: Driver's license, student ID, government ID
12-18-2013 07:36 PM
Debit Card (State Farm Bank)
College ID (I'm a student)
PayPal Security Key
Back of phone:
Debit Card (Capital One 360)
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