You cannot pre-qualify for an Amazon Credit Card. Neither the Amazon Visa Credit Card nor the Amazon Store Card offers pre-qualification.
Chase issues the Amazon Visa Credit Card. Chase is known for pre-approving applicants who have at least good credit. And for many Chase cards, they will make the first move by mailing you an invitation to apply. However, in the case of the Amazon Credit Card, you will need to submit an actual application to find out if you qualify for the card.
The minimum Amazon.com Credit Card credit score requirement is 700+; this means you need at least good credit to be eligible for approval. Issuers, though, take far more than just an applicant’s credit score into account when making approval decisions. They consider your overall financial picture, including your income and existing debt obligations, so your credit rating can only be used as a guideline.… read full answer
If you are interested in the Amazon.com Store Card, you need a 640+ credit score, which means that fair credit or higher is required for high chances of approval.
In order to have good Amazon.com Credit Card approval odds, you should start with at least a good credit score. Generally, the higher your credit score, the better your odds of approval are. However, your credit score is just one part of your creditworthiness. On its own, it does not guarantee approval. Chase Bank, which issues the Amazon.com Credit Card, doesn’t publicly disclose specific approval requirements. But they will review such things as your income, employment status and total amount of debt. Other things that affect your odds of approval are your payment history, age of accounts and recent credit inquiries.… read full answer
If you have less than good credit, your approval odds are better for the Amazon.com Store Card. You’ll only need a fair credit score to have a reasonable shot at getting the card. The tradeoff is that unlike the Visa Signature card, which you can use anywhere Visa cards are accepted, the Amazon.com Store Card is limited to purchases on Amazon.com and at retailers that accept Amazon Pay. And you’ll only get rewards from the store card if you’re a Prime member, unlike the Visa.
The best credit cards for a 600 credit score are secured cards because they offer easy approval and are often much less expensive than unsecured credit cards for bad credit. Secured credit cards require a security deposit, and the card’s credit limit is equal to the amount of the deposit. This deposit is fully refundable when you close your account with a $0 balance.… read full answer
If you’re not sure where to start looking for secured credit cards for a 600 credit score, WalletHub has picked out a few examples of popular offers.
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