Online: To submit an online application, visit the GAP Credit Card’s webpage and click on “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your name, contact details, address, Social Security Number, date of birth and financial details.
Over the phone: If you prefer to apply over the phone, call the credit card application center at (800) 308-6008.
In-store: Lastly, it is possible to apply for the GAP Credit Card in person, by visiting your nearest Gap Store.
Keep in mind that the GAP Credit Card requires at least good credit for approval. The store card version, though, offers more lenient approval odds, as it requires fair credit or better. You can check your credit score for free on WalletHub to see where you stand.
You GAP Credit Card approval odds are pretty good if you have a 700+ credit score. This means that you need at least good credit to qualify for this card.
But your credit score isn’t the only thing the issuer will take into account while considering your application. Various other factors like your credit history, income and any debts you might have will also matter.… read full answer
If you find it hard to get approved for the GAP Credit Card, your chances might be better with the GAP Store Card. This card requires fair credit (640+) for approval.
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