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Thread: quilt show vendors cash or plastic

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    Off to my first us quilt show in Columbus next week.
    Which should I take?
    Thanks Gale

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    Super Member DebraK's Avatar
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    I take both.

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    Most are prepared to take both! Have fun & let us know how it was when you get back!

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    I am going too and since I didn't buy anything there last year I am glad you asked this question. You will love the show it is really big and there are a lot of vendors.

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    Fortunately for me the ones in Charlotte took cash, plastic and even checks. Not so fortunate for my bank account...

    Cheers, K

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    I take both.
    Me too.....

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    All three...cash, cc, check

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    LOL, both!!!

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    I haven't been to a good size quilt show that didn't take cards, debit or credit. I put everything I buy on one card and write one check a month to pay it. Only one bill to pay. Seeing that one big total every month will curb my spending more than a bunch of small totals. I guess it's all in my mind but it works. TIP: If you have a teen who is eligible for a a credit card and dependable, get one for them. Use that card for most purchases and pay it off monthly. We did that with both our kids and they left college with a perfect credit score. It's been the best gift we could have given them. Lower insurance, better interest rates, even been good for job interviews and they needed no co-signers!

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    ok thanks for the response
    Gale

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