If you are a student, consider applying for a credit card like the Discover it for Students. It has low interest rates and no annual fee. Plus you will earn 1% cash back on all your purchases.
If you do not want a student card, apply for a card for people with limited or no credit history.
The credit limit on the card is always determined by the credit card issuer, who will base the decision on your creditworthiness. Credit lines usually start at $200.
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