You can fill out your Best Buy® Credit Card application either online or in store. The same goes for the Best Buy® Store Card, too. The application is the same either way, and both methods offer the chance for instant approval. However, it can take up to 14 business days to get a decision in some cases.
New applicants will get a card in the mail within 7-14 days of being approved for an account. Whether you apply in store or online, you can use the card as soon as you’re approved. Just make sure there are no other credit cards linked to your Best Buy account. If there are, you’ll be asked to enter a 3-digit security code during checkout, which you won’t have until you get the physical copy of the card.
How to Fill Out Your Best Buy® Credit Card Application Online:
- Create a BestBuy.com account.
- You’ll then get redirected to the issuer’s website, where you can fill out a secure online application form.
- If your application is approved, the issuer will then determine which card you qualify for; the Best Buy Store Card or the Best Buy® Credit Card, depending on your credit standing.
The store card version is for applicants with a fair credit score or better, while the Best Buy® Credit Card requires at least good credit. There is just one application for both cards.
How to Fill Out Your Best Buy® Credit Card Application In Store:
To fill out a Best Buy® Credit Card application in store, head to your nearest Best Buy location. Any cashier or customer service rep will be able to provide you with the application, and you should be able to complete it within a few minutes. Just like applying online, Citibank will decide if you qualify for the Best Buy Store Card or the Best Buy® Credit Card. Whether you apply in store or online, you can expect the card to arrive in the mail within 7-14days if approved.
Regardless of where you fill it out, the application form is the same. Like most credit card applications, it asks the usual personal and financial questions, such as your income and how much debt you’re carrying.
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