Yes, Amazon does have its own credit card. Amazon actually offers several different credit cards for customers to choose from, including a Visa rewards card, a store credit card, credit cards for small business owners, and a secured card for people with less-than-good credit.
Prime versions of each card are also available to Amazon Prime members, and they provide higher rewards on purchases than non-Prime card versions.
Amazon credit cards are available to both Amazon Prime members and non-members who have bad to good credit, depending on the card.
All Amazon credit cards offer no annual fees. Plus, most cards also offer great rewards on Amazon purchases, and Amazon gift cards upon approval. The only exception is the Amazon.com Secured Credit Card, which does not offer rewards. But it does come with a low regular APR of 10%.
The easiest way to apply for the Amazon.com Credit Card is online. Alternatively, you can submit an application for this card at your nearest Chase branch (the card’s issuer). You cannot apply for the Amazon.com Credit Card over the phone.
What You need to Apply for the Amazon.com Credit Card
You need a credit score of at least 700 to get approved for the Amazon.com Credit Card. This means you need at least good credit to get this card.… read full answer
You must be at least 18 years old.
You need to have a valid U.S. Social Security Number and a U.S. physical address.
If you don't get a decision instantly, you can check your application status by calling (888) 338-2586.
Ultimately, if you are interested in applying for the Amazon.com Store Card, you can do that online. This card is issued by a different bank and it can only be used for Amazon.com purchases.
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