To activate a Macy's Credit Card, call the number on the activation sticker that’s attached to the card or go to the Department Stores National Bank activation website, which will also be noted on the sticker. Another way to activate a Macy's Credit Card is by using the card issuer’s mobile app.
Your new Macy's Credit Card will be ready to make purchases in just a few minutes no matter which method you use to activate it. Department Stores National Bank does not have a certain time limit within which you need to activate your card, but it’s best to do it as soon as possible.
How to Activate a Macy's Credit Card
By phone: Call 1 (888) 257-6757 or the number on the sticker attached to the front of the card. Verify your personal information (e.g. Social Security number, card number, or phone number associated with your application) to activate your Macy's Credit Card.
On the website: Log in to your Department Stores National Bank account (or create an account if you don’t have one) and find the activation page. Enter any required security information, including your card number, your name as it appears on your card, security code and last 4 digits of your SSN. Activate your Macy's Credit Card as instructed.
On mobile: Log in to the Department Stores National Bank mobile app using the same credentials that you’d use to log in online. Tap the credit card activation button, then enter any security information that’s requested on the following page.
Your new Macy's Credit Card will be available for purchases immediately after activation. If you have any trouble activating your card, Department Stores National Bank customer service can always help you out. You can give them a call at 1 (888) 257-6757.
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