The GameStop Credit Card credit score requirement is 640, at a minimum. That means applicants need fair credit or better for approval.
Other factors, such as your annual income, credit history and your overall ability to make credit card payments will also be taken into consideration when evaluating your application. Applicants also need a physical U.S. address and be the age of majority in their state or territory. They also need a valid government-issued photo ID and a valid tax identification number (like a Social Security number or Social Insurance Number).
The easiest way you can apply for the GameStop Credit Card is online. Alternatively, you can apply in-store. You won't be able to apply by phone or mail.
You will need a fair credit score for this card, but the issuer will also take into consideration various other factors, like your credit history, your income and any debts you might have.… read full answer
A credit score of 640 or higher is needed to get a Comenity Bank credit card. Some Comenity credit cards require a credit score of 700 or better, though. In other words, applicants need at least fair or good credit, depending on the card.
Comenity credit cards are known for being easy to get. Most Comenity Bank credit cards are store cards, meaning you can only use them at whatever retailer they’re tied to, and most of them only require fair credit for approval. There are exceptions, however, such as the co-branded cards that can be used wherever Visa or Mastercard is accepted. They require at least good credit.… read full answer
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