Mogul of Pineapples
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The $200 cap would be low for some but is not bad at all, especially considering that you didn't have to apply for a new card to get it. If you have a close relative you trust and want to help out, get a secondary card in their name and set the limit at $200 per month. Let them use it to buy gas and pay you back. Over the course of a year that could be up to $240 in savings.
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