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You need a 700 - 850 credit score to have high odds of approval for the Amex Blue Cash Everyday Card. American Express will also consider your income, your existing debts, and how many accounts you've opened recently, among other things, when you apply for Blue Cash Everyday.
Amex Blue Cash Everyday Credit Score Info
- The Amex Blue Cash Everyday credit score requirement is 700, at a minimum. That means you’ll need at least good credit for approval.
- Other requirements for the Amex Blue Cash Everyday card include a steady income and a Social Security Number, ITIN, or passport. Amex can access your credit reports from select countries so you don’t necessarily need a credit history in the U.S. American Express will also look at your expenses, existing debt, credit history, and recent credit inquiries.
- The Amex Blue Cash Everyday credit score requirement is consistent with most credit cards issued by American Express. For example, the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express and The Platinum Card® from American Express also require at least good credit for high approval odds.
Note that applying for a credit card can temporarily hurt your score. So, you’ll want to check your latest credit score before you apply for the Amex Blue Cash Everyday card.
Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express
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