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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by rogerjones, Jul 11, 2001.
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Are you a student? My first card was the Associates student card w/ a 500 limit to start, it will be 2 years soon since I got the card and I have been upgraded to gold w/ 3300 limit. They have raised me every 4 months with generous increases.
Are student cards easier to get?
Are they intended for young adults only?
My husband and I are both starting at DeVry next week and we need to get some kind of credit cards, but our oldest child will be in college herself in 2 years!
When I started school I also began to receive invitations for student cards like Associates. I also have the MBNA student card and the Amex Blue for students. Associates gives me the best terms. MBNA called my house until I got their card, and I applied online for the Amex. Hope this helps!
Thanks, poobybear. I start school next week, so I will see what happens!