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Money card wrote:My thoughts on this is your a student not the vice president of Buffalo wild wings, Nordstroms or the gap not even the vice president of Ibm.
I would use your citibank forward card enjoy the card pay your bills in full. after you graduate from college and make more money then you can think about whatever card you want.
when I was about 21 or so all I had was a grey First Fidelity visa card. you have a nice card.
for people who are interested in knowing what I think. for people who travel on business the southwest is a much better card.
you get better checked luggage benefits, insurance, not sure about the lounges you also get concierge service.
for people who like to eat out or shop at department stores, go to the movies then I would say the Freedom is better than the southwest.
You try to lecture this guy about being a student. Yet, you don't know the difference between your and you're (you are). You also don't use proper grammar or begin sentences with capitalization.
Recommendation: Try to be less snarky and more helpful.
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