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Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

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Anonymous
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Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

What credit cards are your highest limit ones?

 

High limit credit cards I have

Chase freedom = 25k

Chase amazon = 10k 

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galahad15
Valued Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

PACU MC:  $20k

FNBO Amex:  $20k

FNBO BucksBack VS:  $20k

Discover IT:  $17.4k

Citi DC:  $15.82k

Unify FCU Fixed-Rate VISA:  $15k

 


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CYBERSAM
Senior Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

Cap1 Venture card is known for big SL. I was just approved for 30K

Also Amex is famous for 3X CLI after 6 months.







                
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Anonymous
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Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

Weird, I have a capital one quicksliver with only 4.5k

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Anonymous
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Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

The QS and Venture are different products, so it's not surprising that you'd see different starting terms between them. Also, profile strength has a lot to do not only with where you start out with CO. But also where they'll let you take your account over time.
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DeeCorey
New Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

My Cap1 Venture is by far my biggest limit at $15,000.


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Anonymous
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Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017


@Anonymous wrote:

Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

What credit cards are your highest limit ones?

 

High limit credit cards I have

Chase freedom = 25k

Chase amazon = 10k 


I truly believe that it all depends on your profile....Smiley Happy

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LuckyBird
Regular Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

Amex:  $30,000 - has grown over time

Discover: $27,800 - has grown over time

CSR:  $30,000 - was an instant online approval

Chase Sapphire Reserve $30,000 | Amex BCP $30,000 | Discover It $30,000 | Citi Simp $16,500 | NFCU Cash Rewards $14,400 | Citi DC $9,800 | Chase Freedom $9,000 | VS $4,100 | Kohl's $3,000 | Loft $3,000

EQ 823 ~ TU 817 ~ EXP 808 | ITG since 8/24/2016
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Cashbackjunky
Established Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

AmEx BCP - $34,000
Capital One Venture - $30,000
BofA Cash Rewards - $25,000
Synchrony car care - $25,000
CSP - $20,200

Like others have mentioned, it really depends on your profile. Not everyone is created equal in the credit game.

All of those limits above were grown, except the Venture and CSP (those are my SL for the cards)

Cheers!
AmEx Blue Cash Preferred - $20k | | AmEx Cash Magnet - $20k | | Apple Card - $29k | | BofA Customized Cash - $81k | | BofA Customized Cash - $25k | | BofA Unlimited Cash - $30k | | CapOne Quicksilver - $16.25k | | CapOne Venture - $30k | | Chase Amazon - $22.3k | | Chase Freedom Unlimited - $20k | | Chase Freedom - $16k | | Chase Freedom Flex - $41k | | Citi Custom Cash - $17.9k | | Citi Rewards+ - $15.4k | | Discover It Cash Back - $18k | | Discover It Cash Back - $21.3k | |Discover It Travel - $14.5k | | Elan Max Cash Preferred- $15k | | PayPal Cashback Mastercard - $20k | | PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature - $12.5k | | PenFed Power Cash - $12.5k | | Synchrony Discount Tire Card - $25k | | Wells Fargo Autograph - $25k
837 INQ:
2
835 INQ:
3
824 INQ:
3

TCL: $547.65k CCs:23 AAoA: 6yr 1mo Util: ~1% Derog: 0

Mortgage: $213.9k Sonata Lease: $1.7k Palisade: $24.3k
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fltireguy
Valued Contributor

Re: Which credit cards give the highest limits ? 2017

My NFCU CashRewards is $23k
NFCU $60.4k/PenFed $22.5k/Commerce $15K/53 $11K/Synovus $14K/BBT $11K/CapOne $12K/DCU $7.5K/BMO $7.5K/Chase $14.5k/Cabelas $10K/ and many many more!
Total CL $398600, plus car and RV loan.
Ooh. Ooh. Getting closer to that $500K mark!
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