It's hard to say what a student credit card's credit limit will be without knowing an applicant's personal credit history, because that's what credit limits are based on. Credit card companies don't usually make maximum credit limits public. But they do sometimes have a minimum credit limit in their terms and conditions, or a customer service representative may tell you if you ask. No matter how you go looking for a student credit card limit, know that the most accurate information will come from the card company itself after you apply for the card.
Here are a few student credit card minimum credit limits: The minimum credit line for all of Bank of America's student credit cards is $500, according to BofA's customer service. The lowest limit you'll get with the Capital One Journey Student Credit Card is $300, according to the card's terms and conditions. The Discover it Student Cash Back card's minimum credit line is $500, according to WalletHub.
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