Highest limit 0% purchase card for stoozing

Hi All,


Looking to do a serious bit of stoozing. I am confident that I will be accepted for pretty much any card, so was wondering which of the 0% spending cards offers the highest limit?


If any of the high limit cards offer rewards bonus points that would be a plus.


On a side note what is the best reward card for people with 6 figure incomes and no debts excellent credit rating etc… I have used amex via topcashback, myself and wife took out two separate cards and we get decent cashback on spending, but there might be something better?


Thanks

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  • Should have said that current cards are:-


    Tesco - MasterCard
    Amex -
  • a&akay
    a&akay Posts: 526 Forumite
    edited 11 February 2015 at 6:13PM
    ziggy256 wrote: »
    Hi All,


    Looking to do a serious bit of stoozing. I am confident that I will be accepted for pretty much any card, so was wondering which of the 0% spending cards offers the highest limit?


    If any of the high limit cards offer rewards bonus points that would be a plus.


    On a side note what is the best reward card for people with 6 figure incomes and no debts excellent credit rating etc… I have used amex via topcashback, myself and wife took out two separate cards and we get decent cashback on spending, but there might be something better?


    Thanks


    The current hierarchy on our 10 cards is MBNA by a county mile, Barclaycard followed by Tesco/Sainsbury. 123 is a good card for paying off minimums at 0% fee for its duration so you can transfer to it from any cards that have a time limit on transfers. We broke through the 123's 95% original limit recently so it's good for the whole time that you keep within it.
  • Recently applied for a MBNA card to transfer a balance. I got a limit of £8000. Was very surprised. This is the only card that gave me such a high limit. The others were £5000 or much lesser on first application.
    SPC 08 - #452 - £415
    SPC 09 - #452 - £298
  • plunt
    plunt Posts: 525
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    may be worth also looking at who you currently bank with and have/had a mortgage with as found lloyds offered me 12k vs half that for other high street banks


    Lloyds choice rewards i feel may be a good card for you as they offer cashback but also a 16 months of 0% purchases...
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