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My fiance and I are looking to combine all of our credit cards into one monthly payment. Is this something that Discover would offer with a high enough credit card limit for us to do this? We are looking for a credit limit around $28,000 and want to transfer all of the balances from these cards right away.

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Leo Zhu

The credit limit granted will be based on your creditworthiness and credit score. We cannot predict whether you will be extended the amount of credit you need. If you are given a large enough credit limit, you will be able to transfer your debt from each credit card. Make sure to pay off the total amount owed within the introductory period to avoid interest. Also, transferring the balance does not cancel your old cards. You will need to make all the due payments until your old accounts are closed and you have confirmation of that.

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