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Wow! I'm a millionaire, have a credit score well over 800, have held the same job for thirty years, my youngest CC account is fifteen years old, and I still only have $42,500 in combined CC limits. What's your secret?

Similar story here (dude, it's almost like looking in a mirror). But I do have a single card with a limit approaching $50k (plus a few others that generally sit unused and collecting dust). I asked for a limit increase when we purchased our current house - we were buying a bunch of tile, flooring, and other reno material, and I was worried about running up too high a utilization before my payment would clear. I asked for an increase and they bumped us to nearly $50k. No complaints here, it keeps my utilization low. I put EVERYTHING I can on that card for the rewards, and pay it in full every month.
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