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Citi Prestige Card No longer accepting application

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Amex Gold offers free Clear membership

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Hilton hotel adds surcharge for using a credit card

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Am I Better Off Earning 4x Amex Points or 5x Citi/Chase Points?

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Thoughts on Bilt, the new credit card that rewards you for paying rent?

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iPhone Outright Purchase

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100,000K Marriott points or 3 free nights?

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Chase reserve medical evacuation benefit

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Amex or JetBlue MasterCard

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Can too Many Credit Cards Cause Issues?

Can too Many Credit Cards Cause Issues?

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky, I am currently 16, and have no credit cards. I am planning ahead to see the plans I should check out. My family currently has three plans, Alaska, Avios, and Miles and More. I am planning to pick up all these cards, but I am interested in diversifying. Could having too many credit cards potentially cause me issues in the future? I plan to pay all debts monthly.

  2. David W

    As long as you pay off the card, you should be fine. However, at 16 I doubt you’d be approved for the premium cards so soon.

    Personally I think you should get cards with transferable points – Chase UR. Amex MR and Citi TY. Or even the Marriott/SPG Cards.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Go with one of the UR or MR cards that has no annual fee. Start slowly, pay all bills on time, build up your credit. Have a parent co-sign if needed.

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