I have a 704 credit score, what's a good card for me?

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Postby beef.stu » Tue Jun 25, 2013 5:25 pm

I bet that card looks a lot better now! haha. welcome to the forums btw
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Postby hockeyplayr » Tue Jun 25, 2013 5:35 pm

Thanks and Indeed it does! I was saying to myself, they must be nuts if they think I am going to try to get any cash back.. time to app for the freedom. Want to get my foot in the door with chase so I can eventually get a sapphire preferred

EDIT: Approved for a freedom only $700 though. Oh well foot in the door. I will be going back to school anyway so prob best not to have too high of a limit. Time to let them grow
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Postby Jonlitterman » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:23 am

While a credit score of 704 wouldn't require you to get one of the credit cards for bad credit, it's not the top of the score range either. This means you are going to have to look for a credit card that is flexible and accepts your range of credit. Do a little research and compare the cards for which you believe you would qualify. Pick the ones you want most and apply for them one at a time until you get the approval you want. Gooduck! :)

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