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Yes, the Chase Freedom Flex℠ is hard to get because it requires at least a good credit score for approval. This means that applicants need a credit score of around 700+ to have decent odds of getting approved for Chase Freedom Flex.
What You Need to Get a Chase Freedom Flex Card
- Good credit score of 700+
- Steady income ($40,000+ is reportedly best)
- Low debt relative to income
- Low housing costs relative to income
- Fewer than five new credit card accounts opened in the past two years
As with any other credit card for good credit, these requirements are not set in stone. It’s possible to get approved with a lower income, for example, as long as other factors in your application make up for it. But meeting or surpassing each of these guidelines will certainly make the Chase Freedom Flex card easier to get.
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