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The starting Credit One credit card limit is at least $300 to $500. Credit One credit card applicants with the highest credit scores and the most income have the best chance of getting the highest starting credit limits.
Minimum Starting Limits for Popular Credit One Cards
- Credit One Bank® Platinum Visa® for Rebuilding Credit: $300
- Credit One Bank® Platinum Visa®: $300
- Credit One Bank American Express® Card: $300
- Credit One Bank® Platinum X5 Visa®: $500
Credit One usually lists only the minimum credit limit for its credit cards, if they give any indication of what the credit limit will be in the first place. So, it’s possible to receive a much higher credit limit than you might find in the card terms. Applicants with high incomes and excellent credit will generally get the highest Credit One credit limits.
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