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Master List of Your Top Three Highest Limits (dynamic -- update)

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1st:Amex BCP: 10K

2nd:Sync Amaz: 10k

3rd:Sync Sam's: 9.5k

 

I will admit. I do feel like I need to go buy a sports car to make up for my, ahem, limits.

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Penfed Platinum Cash Rewards $50k

Chase Ink business $30k

NASA Platinum Advantage Rewards $29.4k

 

Penfed Platinum Cash Rewards $50k

Chase Ink business $30k

Amex EverDay $30k

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BTW, if subprime Discovery is in your top three... you're not accumulating high limits card right.

ok, if you say so.

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I only have 3 cards now any way but the limits pale in comparison to most in this thread. One day in the not so distant future I'll be up there with some of you.

 

Comenity: $750

Local CU: $500

Cap1: $400

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I only have 3 cards now any way but the limits pale in comparison to most in this thread. One day in the not so distant future I'll be up there with some of you.

 

Comenity: $750

Local CU: $500

Cap1: $400

I had one $750 card when I started here. :)

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I only have 3 cards now any way but the limits pale in comparison to most in this thread. One day in the not so distant future I'll be up there with some of you.

 

Comenity: $750

Local CU: $500

Cap1: $400

I had one $750 card when I started here. :)
This time next year I hope to have grown these limits and gained a new card. I've not been good with patience but working on my credit sure is helping me be better at it.

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I only have 3 cards now any way but the limits pale in comparison to most in this thread. One day in the not so distant future I'll be up there with some of you.

 

Comenity: $750

Local CU: $500

Cap1: $400

I had one $750 card when I started here. :)
This time next year I hope to have grown these limits and gained a new card. I've not been good with patience but working on my credit sure is helping me be better at it.

Stay on it and great things will happen.

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BTW, if subprime Discovery is in your top three... you're not accumulating high limits card right.

ok, if you say so.

 

rationale for my statement: discovery takes forever to creep up limits using the luv button.

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-NFCU CR 24,000

 

-Chase Fairmont 9,000 (tied with Lowe's store card?)

 

-Wells Fargo Home Projects? 7,900 (but that may not count would then fall to BofA CR 5,500

UPDATE

 

-NFCU CR 24,000

 

-Amex Blue for Business 15,000

 

-Chase Fairmont 9,000 (tied with Lowe's store card)

 

...UPDATE

-NFCU CR 24,000

-Amex Blue for Business 15,000

 

-Bank of America Cash Rewards 11,000

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Crap1 80k

Chase Fairmont 60k

(tie) Chase BOA & UNFCU 55k

 

UPDATE:

 

Crap1 80k

Chase BA 75k

Chase Fairmont 60k

 

update:

 

Crap1 80k

Chase BA 75k

UNFCU 62k

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What are you going to do with that Fairmont once it turns into a Sapphire Preferred Hege?

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What are you going to do with that Fairmont once it turns into a Sapphire Preferred Hege?

combo with BA or open a new card and combo :)

Edited by hegemony

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-NFCU CR 24,000

 

-Chase Fairmont 9,000 (tied with Lowe's store card?)

 

-Wells Fargo Home Projects? 7,900 (but that may not count would then fall to BofA CR 5,500

UPDATE

 

-NFCU CR 24,000

 

-Amex Blue for Business 15,000

 

-Chase Fairmont 9,000 (tied with Lowe's store card)

...UPDATE

-NFCU CR 24,000

-Amex Blue for Business 15,000

 

-Bank of America Cash Rewards 11,000

Update...

 

-NFCU CR 24,000

 

-Bank of America Business CR 18,000

 

-Amex Blue for Business 15,000

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Crap1 80k

Chase Fairmont 60k

(tie) Chase BOA & UNFCU 55k

UPDATE:

 

Crap1 80k

Chase BA 75k

Chase Fairmont 60k

 

update:

 

Crap1 80k

Chase BA 75k

UNFCU 62k

 

Nice limits Hege!

 

However I do find it somewhat ironic that two of your top three consist of CrapOne and a credit union! A new Flagship VISA @ $80K would tie for your current #1......

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Discover it $54,500

Amex BCE $41,700

FNBO $36,200

 

Income $62K

Update:

 

Discover it $54,500

FNBO $50,000

Amex BCE $41,700

 

Sorry but I have to ask....what FNBO card do you have @ $50K?

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Amex SPG: $49,500

CV -

 

Do you know what Citi is going to do with your Hilton yet? This card is no longer available on the Citi web site, do you have a combo possibility with Citi to get a $100K card? I have not seen a $100K card posted in this thread yet, bunch of slackers you all are...LOL!

Edited by Rogue

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Amex SPG: $49,500

CV -

 

Do you know what Citi is going to do with your Hilton yet? This card is no longer available on the Citi web site, do you have a combo possibility with Citi to get a $100K card? I have not seen a $100K card posted in this thread yet, bunch of slackers you all are...LOL!

 

I read a thread last week and the person said Citi offered to PC to Double cash the Thank You cards DP and Expedia. I have the Citi Hilton myself i guess towards end of year i will PC to DC.

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1 - Citi Hilton: $81,000

2a - Chase Marriott: $61,905 (AU on spouse's card)

2b - Bank of America Cash Rewards: $55,000

3 - Amex SPG: $49,500

CV -

 

Do you know what Citi is going to do with your Hilton yet? This card is no longer available on the Citi web site, do you have a combo possibility with Citi to get a $100K card? I have not seen a $100K card posted in this thread yet, bunch of slackers you all are...LOL!

 

I read a thread last week and the person said Citi offered to PC to Double cash the Thank You cards DP and Expedia. I have the Citi Hilton myself i guess towards end of year i will PC to DC.

 

I have one as well and certainly don't need a second DC. I'll see if they will lump the available credit over to one of the other cards. I'm mostly upset about the perpetual benefit of the Silver status (in the event that I ever fall below Gold).

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Commence $20,500

AMEX BCP, Walmart, Lowes $20,000

Venture $19,000

Income $73,000

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