The Cabela's Credit Card's starting credit limit is $300. And if you're particularly creditworthy, your credit limit might be a lot higher than that.
The Cabela's Credit Card credit limit that you start with isn't necessarily your credit line forever. You can ask for a credit limit increase by calling the number on the back of your card. Also, the issuer will evaluate your account periodically to determine if you're eligible for a higher limit. The best thing you can do to improve your chances of this happening is to always pay your bills on time and stay well below your current credit limit.
There is no general starting credit limit for all Capital One credit cards, though some Capital One cards list a minimum credit limit in their terms. For example, the minimum credit limits for the Cabela's Credit Card and the Bass Pro Shops® Credit Card are all listed as $300.
Having said that, keep in mind that all Capital One credit limits ultimately depend on your annual income and overall creditworthiness, so it’s hard to say what anyone’s limit will be without knowing those things first.
The Cabela's Credit Card requires a credit score of 700, at a minimum. That means applicants need good credit or better to have good odds of approval. The issuer will also take other factors into consideration when looking at your application, such as your income, existing debts, housing payments and your overall ability to make credit card payments. And as with any credit card, applicants need to be at least 18, have a valid U.S. address and an SSN/ITIN.… read full answer
Keep in mind that an application results in a hard pull on your credit report, which may lower your credit score for a short period of time. So make sure you check your credit score and get a sense of whether you qualify.
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