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  1. I got the Blue Cash Everyday Card! Good to get my foot in the door with Amex and as an added bonus it has a contactless function too.
  2. I got the Blue Cash Everyday Card! Good to get my foot in the door with Amex and as an added bonus it has a contactless function too.
  3. Also similar question about the Amex Blue Cash Everyday card vs. the Amex Everyday Credit Card. Are points better than cash back?
  4. Would you say there's any difference between doing the regular Chase Freedom vs. the Freedom Unlimited? I mean obviously there's the rewards difference but based on my spending I think I'd get more benefit from 1.5% than rotating 5% based on my spending.
  5. I do, as of 3/5 it’s 712 but I’ve had two statements out since then.
  6. I think you’re right. Any application for a sapphire preferred will just end with a pull and decline. I’ll probably start with a freedom or Amex blue cash everyday and work from there.
  7. I spend about $400 per month during the semester but I only allow $200 or so show up on the statement balance on a total limit of $3750 between 2 cards.
  8. Were you prequalified for your freedom card when you applied? I just checked chase’s website to see and it said that I wasn’t prequalified for any cards at all. Should i worry?
  9. What the opinion on here about the Chase Sapphire Preferred compared to something like the Amex gold card? Especially for someone young and with a thin credit file and not that much spending power like myself.
  10. Thank you for the advice. Do you think I should wait to apply or just go for it as soon as I find the best SUB? Is there any advantage to waiting?
  11. Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum but was recommended to come here for advice. I'm currently a freshman in college and recently turned 19. I currently have two credit cards: Bank of America Cash Rewards (had for 12 months and $2500 limit) and Discover It Student Cash Back card (had for 3 months and $1250 limit). My current creditkarma score is 718 and I attached my credit factors from there. I'm always looking for ways to open more accounts and to improve my spending power and score. I never put anything on interest and don't plan to use a full balance on either of
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