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u/Arcades · -4 pointsr/churning

I recommend a credit card holder like this for sock drawer cards.

As far as the CSP, wait until the annual fee posts, then call to either cancel or PC it to a no annual fee card like the Chase Freedom or Chase Freedom Unlimited (both of which have ways to earn bonus points). The annual fee will be refunded if you PC within 30-41 days.

Also, if you don't have any other premium Chase cards such as CSR or CIP, then make sure you transfer out any UR to any transfer partners before getting rid of the CSP.

u/Xionix1 · 6 pointsr/churning

Bought this as a credit card holder for all of those excess sock drawer cards, would recommend. Small and the cards fit perfectly. Clear on both sides as well so no need to pull the cards out if you want to make a online order every now and then also.

u/omnigasm · 3 pointsr/churning

> Just ordered this will report back when it arrives,I'm hoping will >allow me to store all my loyalty cards as well.>2?ie=UTF8&qid=1483394230&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=credit+card+organizer>&dpPl=1&dpID=51OjY2cgVPL&ref=plSrch

I have this wallet for my mass storage, it works very well and I am happy with it.

u/crazy_churner · 1 pointr/churning

Many Bank of America cards currently have an offer for a 5% statement credit for Airbnb. That will save you $25.

You could also buy an Amazon gift card at Office Max / Office Depot / Staples using a Chase Ink card that give 5X points at office supply stores. Then use that to buy an Airbnb gift card.

u/SiON42X · 3 pointsr/churning

Clearly you need one of these for home.

I got myself a Bellroy Low Down, fits Amex Gold, CSR, Freedom, two MSR cards, debit, ID, health insurance, and 8-10 bills easily and stays super thin.

u/AskSebby · 1 pointr/churning

That actually sounds like an awesome idea.

I predict a lot of people will get this:

Probably one of my best cheap purchases.

u/trufflechurn · 2 pointsr/churning

I got one of these and it's been a life saver compared to just having a giant pile:

I only keep 2-5 cards in my wallet (depending on overlap): restaurant bonus, grocery bonus, Costco bonus, and 1-2 min spend cards.

u/bambinone · 10 pointsr/churning

For those looking to organize their sock drawers a bit better, I've been very happy with this holder:

The only downside is that it doesn't have any tabs or anything for quickly turning to a particular "group" of cards, so I just used some sticky notes. It has a great feel to it after it's loaded up and I'll probably need a second one real soon now.

u/cowsareverywhere · 2 pointsr/churning

You don't need to be a hardcore churner to not waste slots.

The AMEX Amazon card which gives 5% at Amazon and Whole Foods would make a whole lot more sense if you are that desperate. It even has a comparatively generous $125 bonus!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/churning

Found the churner nevermind... just realized this IS the churning subreddit. I've personally found this one to be of better quality. And the card pockets are a little easier to insert and remove the cards. As for closing it when it's full, the snap clasp has two positions and the cover is flexible enough for it to close well.

u/ninjasurfer99 · 2 pointsr/churning

Great question! I've tried a bunch, but by far this is my favorite!

Super slim and with a simple pull on the tab, it allows you quick access to four different cards. It will hold up to 15 cards, no problem!

u/d_nukedorf · 5 pointsr/churning

I carry a Radix One Slim. I currently carry 4 cards, an ID, and a little bit of cash. cheap, small, but pulling cards out gracefully takes a little getting used to. the other downside is that you need to fold your cash, but the R1 Slim is freaking small. been carrying this for a little over 6 months and I love it.

I can't remember if I bought it from Amazon or directly from their website.

I use this for long-term storage and it gets linked in this sub as a storage "binder" kind of often.

u/Lost_My_Dolphin · 1 pointr/churning

I use the Basics Slim Wallet and love it. I keep 15-16 cards in it easy.

u/spscrappers · 1 pointr/churning

I was just in your shoes as my former wallet was falling apart. After a decent amount of research I settled on the Distil Union Wally ([link](Distil Union Wally Bifold Slim Leather Wallets for Men - Money Clip, Credit Card Holder, Billfold (Ink with Flexlock) I've only had it for about two weeks but it's been great thus far. It's a bit on the minimal side, but I had gotten really tired of sitting on a big wad of cards, cash, and receipts all day, so it's been nice to go the other direction.

Did you have a particular style you were looking for?

u/mishyq · 3 pointsr/churning

has the $150 sign up bonus for Amex Amazon Business credit card ended? dont seem to see it here

u/mah2cents · 1 pointr/churning

I keep them in one of these cheap business card holders. I also throw in other reward cards like the ANA reward card, car rentals, store reward cards like CVS, etc and just categorize

Though, I doubt I'd need to take em out to use, but it's just handy to look through when I do need to find something

u/fire3280 · 1 pointr/churning

CIti Costco Anywhere: Gas 4%, dining travel 3%
Chase freedom or/and discover depending on the quarter.
One debt card from chase or citi, does not matter in case credit card is not accepted.
$20 bill
Photocopy (trimmed) of all membership card that does not use mag strip, total 6 pics, as thin as one credit card.

After reducing the cards in my wallet, I am able to use this wallet.

u/MJT7665 · 0 pointsr/churning

I have this one. The pull tab is great as I can easily access my MSR cards

u/airlaflair · 1 pointr/churning

Ive had it for a year now, this thig is wonderful. I recommend it!
EDIT: I was wrong, I have this one. Same brand and i like the clip

u/Dr-Toad · 7 pointsr/churning

So I have always taken great pride in not letting churning impact what I buy, but unfortunately yesterday I broke my rule and let the hobby directly impact a purchase. With 40 new credit and debit cards in the ~6 months since I have started, and 3 more in the mail and on their way to me, it has become a bit unruly to just toss them in a drawer. What time and day does churners anonymous meet again? I think I am ready to admit I have a problem...

u/sg77 · 2 pointsr/churning

I like the Allett Slim wallet since it's very thin (due to the different layout of cards, and the material). Though, that's more for a daily driver to put in my pocket. For keeping cards at home I got a business card case, something like this.

u/emmpee · 1 pointr/churning

I use this business card album, it works great.

u/jnjustice · 1 pointr/churning

I use this Rolodex one that holds 96 cards. Yea it's $18 but the quality is really nice.

u/GoodLifeTravel · 1 pointr/churning

This one is fantastic for a bunch of cc's + BB + Serve + GCs + the same for SO!

u/kris7778 · 9 pointsr/churning

I like this 90 card holder -

Edit: As others have pointed out, this one is quite large when filled with cards - definitely storage sized, not pocket sized. :)

u/goodbyerpi · 6 pointsr/churning

I ended up with 24 AU cards from the amex AU bonuses. figured enough was enough and bought two of these, one for credits/AU cards and the other for debits/serve/BB cards

u/are595 · 2 pointsr/churning

I keep all my old credit cards in a Rolodex book. It's a nice way to reminisce on churning progress. Plus, they are already canceled, so there is no harm in keeping them around (I track all purchases in Mint just to be sure though).

u/neooso · 1 pointr/churning

Distil Union Wally Bifold Slim Leather Wallet. Can hold a couple to many cards - my favorite wallet ever!

u/MyLittleChurny · 5 pointsr/churning

I've been struggling with this, too, and have bought every recommended item on this sub so far over the past year. This one is the best for storage, though you will need a second one quicker than some of the others.

u/NateLundquist · 1 pointr/churning

Amazon is doing a flash sale on AirBNB GCs; $35 gets you a $50 CG with code AIRBNB15. The site is here. Just fill out the info (select $50) and add the coupon code on the next page.
It looks like it is limited to 1 per Amazon account

u/rysl31 · 2 pointsr/churning

Thanks, I ended up getting this one.

u/SettleDownRuss · 4 pointsr/churning

I’ve been using the [Boshiho Leather Credit Card Holder] ( for over 2 years and only a couple slots have torn.

Also, P2 uses the smaller [Business Card Holder Book PU Leather] ( and it works great.

u/jvolzer · 1 pointr/churning

What do you guys do to keep your cards organized? I was looking at something like this Business ID holder

u/dcht · 1 pointr/churning

I just got this wallet. It's cheap ($12), small and compact, and holds 6 cards. You may need something bigger though but for me it works well as I have 3 cards in my every-day wallet and 6 in the other.

u/SmoothProgram · 1 pointr/churning

They have a business card that will give you $100-$150.

Amazon business credit card (Amex)

u/RVelts · 1 pointr/churning

I use this for my currently active cards: It's nice and sturdy and each of the slots could hold 2 cards if you want to keep your AU cards or World/World Elite upgrades together.

Anything that I close or receive a replacement card I usually destroy the old card.

u/Tite_Reddit_Name · 1 pointr/churning

I've got this for storage: Amazon Link

Then my every day wallet with 3-4 cards at a time.

And finally my "MS" wallet which is one of those flat non folding wallet that has all "to be unloaded" GCs, Buxx, and Serve cards (I don't MS heavily so never more than 3-5 GCs at a time). I throw that in my pocket/car when I know I'll have a chance to do some unloading.

u/Redbluefire · 1 pointr/churning

I prefer a larger 300-card wallet. I'd fill that puny book up in half a year. ;)

u/donmcde · 2 pointsr/churning

Mine is Super Simple. I got it when it was on sale for $10. It's literally the size of your credit cards. It can hold up to 15, but I've only gone up to 7 while meeting MSRs. I keep it at 5 otherwise. It has a pocket for cash. It's so small I've started carrying it in my front pocket.

u/jun_julyaugust · 2 pointsr/churning

Serman Brands RFID blocker plus money clip bifold. Got rid of my Constanza wallet and started using this and I'll never go back. Looks sleek, no pocket bulge, and good quality. Including ID, I carry 8 cards.

u/steventrev · 2 pointsr/churning

I use and have seen a number of folks mention the Boshiho holder for cards.

u/bruddahmanmatt · 1 pointr/churning

Two things help me out big time in this game.

for cards I’m not currently carrying on me, and setting my payment due dates to all be on the 11th and 24th. A lot of folks do the spreadsheet thing but since I’m only working on at most two cards at a time it isn’t hard for me to keep track of my spends.

u/IChurnToBurn · 1 pointr/churning

I've been pretty happy with this

It does take a while to break in, at 1st getting cards out was a pain in the ass.

u/Rybitron · 1 pointr/churning

I used these cards. 11 $100 and 1 $50.

There doesnt seem to be any limit here

u/hilllary · 1 pointr/churning

I just got this today to put all of my cards in.

That's what I keep at home. I only carry 3 cards on me at any given time.

u/tonei · 2 pointsr/churning

For a couple of years I’ve had one of these:

I just switched to this -

you can’t really tell from the photo, but it’s three small binders that hold up to 288 cards each, and i’ve got one for open cards, one for closed cards, and one for prepaid and debit. The first two are organized chronologically, and i have business card placeholders for the ones that I have in my wallets.

u/Fittitor · 2 pointsr/churning

Is this for carrying around, or just to hold them?

I use this one, but is unavailable atm.

Here's another one I found.

u/inherendo · 6 pointsr/churning

Thats a referral link by the way. Non-affiliate link

u/Crzdmniac · 2 pointsr/churning

I've got one of the BASICS wallets coming. It's very minimal, and built mostly from elastic.

BASICS Men's Slim Wallet Black

u/atworkaccount789 · 1 pointr/churning

Purchased this:

Sufficiently slim and holds a ton of cards with the pull out tab. US currency will stick out unless folded in half, which isn't much of a problem if you only carry 3-4 bills. A year later and some of the internal stitching has torn after jamming too many coins in it, but the quick access slot is really handy for my min spend card.

Currently have 14 cards in it (including DL, Work ID, Gym ID, etc.) and it's still one of the slimmest if not the slimmest wallet I've ever had. $30.

u/borntobehermit · 5 pointsr/churning

I bought a 24 credit card holder for MS only (giftcards and a few ATM cards for MO deposits). In my trip, I go to 2 WMs and 1 PO, and I need to have the cards organized for value and issuer. When I use a card, I put it back flip backwards, so when I go back home, I know which one to document etc.

The one I bought is this one:

If I knew the CSR, I would not need it. :)

u/CreditPikachu · 1 pointr/churning

Most churners should have thin card holder type wallets because we only carry our min spend cards on us. What everyone needs is one of those card holder books to store all the other crap at home once we're done with min spends.

u/pizzywoah · 3 pointsr/churning

Clairty ® Business PU Leather Journal Name Card Book Holder (300 cell)

u/BretHard · 2 pointsr/churning

Allen Edmonds, but if I needed a replacement I would give this a look: Travel Wallet RFID Blocking Bifold Slim Genuine Leather Thin Minimalist Front Pocket Wallet men Thin Billfold Slim wallets for men - Made From Full Grain Leather (Texas Brown 2.0)