New Discover credit cards are always sent via priority mail, meaning that it would take 5 to 7 days to get your hands on a new card. That's free and it's way better than what other issuers offer - up to 10 business days by default. Replacement cards are expedited and will arrive within 4 to 6 days.
Your Discover it approval odds are good if you have a 700+ credit score; this means that you need good or excellent credit to qualify for most Discover it credit cards. There are, though, some Discover it credit cards that are easier to get.
For example, while it’s easy to say that the Discover it® Secured Credit Card offers good approval odds, the fact that most other Discover it cards require at least good credit for approval complicates...
It usually takes 14-24 business days to get a credit card, from the time you submit an application to when it arrives in the mail. But it’s possible to get a credit card in as little as a week if you apply online and request expedited delivery. Some issuers will even give you an account number to use for purchases before you receive your physical card.
A lot depends on your credit standing, the card you pick and...
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