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"Best" Credit Card?

cybergasm

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City, State
Humboldt Ks
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1997 Mountaineer 5.0
We all know the best credit card is the card u don't have to pay for!:p:
 
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cculter

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City, State
Flatrock, Michigan
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'92 sport
I have a Cabela's credit card I love it. Every time I buy something I get points to use at Cabelas. One point=1 dollar. I get 1% for every dollar I spend and 2% at Cabelas. I just charge college tuition on it and rack up the points. When I want to buy something there I use my points. Free hunting/fishing/outdoor stuff.:salute:
 
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Charlie's_93EB

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Venice florida
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1993 Eddie Bauer
I was looking some time ago. I found a Chase Visa that gives me a 5% cash back on gas, grocery stores, and some other places. But 1% on every thing esle. They do not make money from me, so far they paid me near $400. I have not paid them a cent in interest.
 
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E.B. Cornburner

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Oshkosh, WI
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2004 Eddie Bauer
I was with Capital One, and they sucked. Transferred my balance to Washington Mutual, and got 0% on that transfer for a year, as well as 0% for 6 months on purchases. After that it's 9.9% fixed.

I usually don't carry much of a balance on my card, if a few hundred bucks, that's about it, so the interest doesn't really make that much of a difference, but it's nice to get a much lower fixed rate.
 
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