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what would my projected credit limit be on a flyer miles rewards credit card?
would i be able to obtain a flyer miles rewards card with a credit score of 699 and a credit history of 7 years?

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Hi bran555, any answer to this question would be speculation. Your credit line is determined by the card issuer depending on a number of factors, including your current debt to income ratio. The amount of credit extended is usually tied to the consumer's ability to repay it. 

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I think you should be OK.  Check out credit cards at www.financeglobe.com/ScoreMatch.  Type in your score and it will show you what cards you probably qualify for.  However, deduct about 40 points from your current score, because they use FICO scores and this website uses Vantage scores.  So try it with a 659 instead of 699.  Best of luck!

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