To check your Chase Slate application status online, sign into the account you created when you filled out your application. Then, click on the menu tab (three horizontal lines) in the upper left corner and select “Application Status.” This will take you to a page listing your current Chase applications, and you’ll find out whether your Chase Slate application is approved, denied or still pending.
To check your Slate application status by phone, call (800) 432-3117. Listen through the options, and hit the pound (#) key to check the status of an application. Then, enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security number.
Generally, if you’re not immediately approved or denied for a Chase card, you can expect a decision within 7-10 business days. However, Chase does state that it can take up to 30 days to receive a Chase Slate card application decision in some cases.
I checked my Chase Slate application status by calling. For any Chase credit card, you just follow the prompts, enter your Social Security number and you will be provided with your application status in a glimpse.
It takes 7-20 business days to get a credit card from Chase, from the time you apply to when you get your Chase card in the mail. It can take up to 10 business days to receive an application decision, though it’s possible you’ll be approved instantly if you apply online. And it usually takes 7-10 business days to get a Chase credit card in the mail after approval. But you can get it in 1-2 business days if you ask for expedited delivery. It’s free.… read full answer
Getting a replacement credit card from Chase takes 3-5 business days, in most cases. But, again, you can ask for free expedited delivery and get your card in 1-2 business days.
Here’s how long it takes to get a credit card from Chase:
New Credit Card: 7-10 business days after approval (1-2 business days expedited for free).
Replacement Credit Card: 3-5 business days (1-2 business days expedited for free).
Online Approval: Instant approval is possible when you apply for a Chase credit card online. Otherwise, you’ll get a decision within 7-10 business days. You can check the status of your Chase credit card application online, too.
Mailed Applications: You’ll get a decision within 7-10 business days of Chase receiving your application.
Chase’s credit card approval and delivery timeframes are pretty standard. The fastest way to get a Chase credit card in your hands is to apply online.
The Chase Slate credit score requirement is at least "good"; this means that you need a 700+ credit score to get the Chase Slate card. Although some people say the ”good” credit range starts at 660, only a score of 700+ will give you reasonable Chase Slate approval odds. Barely meeting a card’s minimum requirements simply doesn’t translate to a high likelihood of success. Rather, the higher your score is, the better your chances will be.… read full answer
But even having the 700+ credit score needed for Chase Slate approval might not be enough. You can only apply for the Chase Slate with an invitation from Chase and you have to meet a few other requirements, too.
Here’s what you need to get the Chase Slate card:
Basic eligibility. You’ll need a U.S. mailing address and a Social Security number (SSN). Chase does not take an ITIN in place of an SSN. And you’ll need to be at least 18 years old.
You need an invitation. Chase Slate is now invitation only, so in order to apply for the card, you need a 12-digit invitation number from Chase.
Ability to pay. How much money you earn is a big factor in approval. Chase needs to see you can afford to pay for any purchases you make. Any debt you have will be weighed against that income, so you should try to owe as little as possible.
No bankruptcy. If you’re currently going through bankruptcy, there’s no chance you’ll be approved. And if you’ve completed bankruptcy but it’s still on your credit report, you still might be denied.
There are a handful of universal minimum Chase credit card requirements: 1) an SSN; 2) a U.S. mailing address; 3) enough money for monthly bill payments; 4) good or excellent credit; 5) fewer than five credit cards opened in the last two years (widely rumored but not confirmed); and 6) no bankruptcy on your credit report (widely rumored but not confirmed). In general, Chase credit cards aren't the easiest to get since most require a good or excellent credit score for approval (700 or more).… read full answer
Most of those requirements are pretty standard, although some credit card companies offer cards to people with lower scores. But merely meeting those baseline criteria doesn’t guarantee approval. Each individual Chase credit card has requirements on top of that, which are tailored to identifying the right type of cardholder for that particular offer. For instance, you need at least $10 million in assets to qualify for the J.P. Morgan Reserve Credit Card.
But let’s focus on what you can control: your credit standing and ability to pay. You can easily check how you’re doing in both categories and take steps to improve before applying for a Chase credit card, if necessary. Below, you can find info on the most popular Chase cards’ credit requirements and minimum spending limits. This should help you estimate your approval odds. Seeing which Chase credit cards you’re pre-approved for isn’t a bad idea either.
9 other co-branded cards with $5,000 minimum limits
Now you know some of the tests you’ll need to pass to get a card from Chase. But this just scratches the surface of what Chase looks at for approval. They’ll also examine your debts, credit utilization, and a whole host of other factors.
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