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Need the card to have no cap and allow me to spend millions a year with high credit limits.  
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"No limit on cash back"

Oddly, they used 50K as the typical example...

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/news/alliants-new... (more)

mattun (May. 25, 2017 @ 4:29p) |

Under "Cash Back": After annual spending exceeds $50,000, you will earn 1 point for every $100 in purchases.  So > $50k ... (more)

zgenerale (May. 27, 2017 @ 8:21p) |

Capital One premier dining rewards world mastercard elite.  3% on dining, no caps.  I am not sure the maximum credit lin... (more)

deeder (May. 28, 2017 @ 12:18a) |

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Discover, Alliant, and Space Coast Credit Union (that one required $20,000 deposit if you are eligible to join)

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mattun said:   Discover, Alliant, and Space Coast Credit Union (that one required $20,000 deposit if you are eligible to join)
  As I read it, SCCU requires $200k (not $20k) on deposit or as a loan balance, and that only gets you 2% CB. 

If you're spending this much money, you're probably better off trying to get your vendors to give you a 3% discount for NOT using a credit card. 

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where are you spending these millions?

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mattun said:   Discover, Alliant, and Space Coast Credit Union (that one required $20,000 deposit if you are eligible to join)
  
3% flat rate??

I thought USAA 2.5 was highest

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alliant is 3% for first year 2.5% afterwards with 59 dollar annual fee after year 1. cap is 50k. so spending "Millions" 

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sharpie130 said:   alliant is 3% for first year 2.5% afterwards with 59 dollar annual fee after year 1. cap is 50k.
  
Any Promo Codes/sign up bonus to sweeten?

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/bank/visa-signature-card 

 

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Your recent topic in April said that you're making 100k a year and here you're talking about spending millions on cc ?

 

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money laundering?

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How do I get the USAA 3% card? Any idea?

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bandyopa said:   How do I get the USAA 3% card? Any idea?
  Join the military or have a parent in the military. 

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vickh said:   
sharpie130 said:   alliant is 3% for first year 2.5% afterwards with 59 dollar annual fee after year 1. cap is 50k.
  
Any Promo Codes/sign up bonus to sweeten?

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/bank/visa-signature-card 

 

  nope they aren't the rewarding type.  I use alliant mostly since they have a great banking system that allows for easy pulls and pushes 

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ach1199 said:   Your recent topic in April said that you're making 100k a year and here you're talking about spending millions on cc ?Firstly, spending doesn't have to be actual, and secondly, he could be in charge of a multi-million dollar business while only pulling down 100k/yr salary.

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JCB Murakai is a 3% unlimited cashback card, accepted by the Discover network (as well as JCB). US issued card available to several states.
https://www.jcbusa.com/for_consumers/

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I don't see a 50K cap on the Alliant card.  Website has a monthly spending slider that goes to 6K, so 72K at least.  
 http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/bank/visa-signature-card#fees 

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novocane said:   JCB Murakai is a 3% unlimited cashback card, accepted by the Discover network (as well as JCB). US issued card available to several states.
https://www.jcbusa.com/for_consumers/

Be careful with this one.  I applied for it a few years ago.  After taking sensitive information including my Social Security number, they told me that I wasn't eligible for the card because I lived in a state in which they didn't do business.  I don't mind them restricting who can apply for the card, but it would have been nice if they had asked me for my state before taking my Social Security number.

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Under FAQ at JCB: The applicant must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or valid visa holder AND must reside in one of the following states:

California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon or Washington

https://www.jcbusa.com/for_consumers/mitsuwa-jcb-card/

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rufflesinc said:   where are you spending these millions?
All of us here already know the answer to that.  But if you need for it to be spelled out.

H&B

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seawolf21 said:   
rufflesinc said:   where are you spending these millions?
All of us here already know the answer to that.  But if you need for it to be spelled out.

H&B

  what h&b supplier accepts credit cards

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Any H&B provider can sign up for Square.

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scripta said:   
ach1199 said:   Your recent topic in April said that you're making 100k a year and here you're talking about spending millions on cc ?
Firstly, spending doesn't have to be actual, and secondly, he could be in charge of a multi-million dollar business while only pulling down 100k/yr salary.

  FWF has changed if most people don't assume that's what someone wants to do with this sort of OP.

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Argyll said:   Under FAQ at JCB: The applicant must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or valid visa holder AND must reside in one of the following states:

California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon or Washington

https://www.jcbusa.com/for_consumers/mitsuwa-jcb-card/

  Good find.   Technically, it's not a 3% CB card, since you get 1% on the first $2k, 2% on the next $3k, 3% on the next $45k, and 1% thereafter.  So, at the maximum (spend exactly $50k) it's a 2.86% CB card. Still, not a bad deal for a day to day card. 

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BklynJim said:   I don't see a 50K cap on the Alliant card.  Website has a monthly spending slider that goes to 6K, so 72K at least.  
 http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/bank/visa-signature-card#fees

  "No limit on cash back"

Oddly, they used 50K as the typical example...

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/news/alliants-new-visa-signatu...

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mattun said:   
BklynJim said:   I don't see a 50K cap on the Alliant card.  Website has a monthly spending slider that goes to 6K, so 72K at least.  
 http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/bank/visa-signature-card#fees

  "No limit on cash back"

Oddly, they used 50K as the typical example...

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/news/alliants-new-visa-signatu...

  
Under "Cash Back": After annual spending exceeds $50,000, you will earn 1 point for every $100 in purchases.  So > $50k spend = 1% thereafter.

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ICMATULKASPRMKY said:   Need the card to have no cap and allow me to spend millions a year with high credit limits.  
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Capital One premier dining rewards world mastercard elite.  3% on dining, no caps.  I am not sure the maximum credit line they give on this card.  I presume you could charge over limit since it is a world mastercard elite if you qualify and you could keep paying in full after purchase to restore credit limit.  The 3% would only be good on dining.  

So this card would allow what you want if you would be ok with 3% on dining with no caps.

   

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