The Amazon.com Store Card credit score requirement is 640 or higher; this means that you need at least fair credit to get this card. The better your credit score is, the higher your approval odds will be. Keep in mind that they will also look at your credit history, your income, and any debts you might have when making a decision on your application.… read full answer
Chase credit card annual fees depend on the card. Several Chase credit cards come with a $0 annual fee, while others charge up to $550, annually.
Chase applies an annual fee to some of its credit cards to help cover the cost of the card’s benefits and rewards. For example, the … read full answerChase Sapphire Preferred® Card and the Chase Sapphire Reserve® card are among the best travel rewards cards on the market and they annually charge $95 and $550, respectively. There’s also a host of co-branded airline and hotel rewards cards that offer an array of perks and rewards, so you should plan to pay an annual fee if you should decide to use any of these cards.
Whether a Chase credit card with an annual fee is worth it depends on your lifestyle, your spending habits, and rewards and travel preferences. If you’re a frequent traveler and loyal to a particular airline or hotel chain, the annual fee will more than pay for itself. If you don’t travel much, or don’t anticipate making any big purchases over the course of a year, stick with a Chase credit card with no annual fee.
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