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I’m not sure which card should I try to apply for. My score is 723. Can you advise?

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Think on how you are going to use the card. Will it be for emergency only or you are going to charge on it all your everyday purchases? Or maybe you are planning to make a big purchase and want to use a credit card for it. Consider fees and APRs, it is good when the card has no annual fee and low APRs. If you are going to carry a balance, think of a credit card with a 0% promotional period. For example, look at the . There is no annual fee and no other hidden fees. The APR is waived for the first 12 months. Plus there is a cash back rewards program; you will be able to earn cash back on all your purchases.
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