You can’t apply for the Justice Credit Card anymore, as the card is no longer available to new applications.
Alternatives to the Justice Credit Card:
If you’re looking for similar clothing store credit cards, the Old Navy Credit Card is a good alternative. It offers 30% off on your first Old Navy purchase. Plus, you can earn 5 points per $1 spent at Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic and Athleta, and 1 point per $1 spent on all purchases. The Old Navy Credit Card requires a credit score of 700, at a minimum. That means applicants need good credit or better to get approved.
Ultimately, you can check out our editors’ picks for the best store cards and find out which one best suits your needs.
Some of the best instant approval department store cards include those from big-name retailers like TJX Store Card, Kohl's Credit Card and Amazon.com Store Card. Aside from potentially offering instant approval, they also offer rewards at the retailers they're affiliated with.
Most store cards, including the ones affiliated with department stores, can offer instant approval. When you apply online, there’s always a chance you will be instantly approved (or denied). Many stores also allow customers to apply in-store and receive a decision right away. Sometimes, the retailer will even let the new cardholder use the card immediately to pay for that day’s purchase. The cashier at your favorite retailer should be able to give you more information.… read full answer
Best instant approval department store credit cards:
Most department store cards require fair credit or better (a credit score of 640+) for good odds of approval. In case you don’t know where you stand, you can check your credit score or free, right here on WalletHub.
There are loads more department store credit cards to check out. But while it’s common to receive an instant decision for a store card, it’s not guaranteed. Your application might take longer to process if you’re right on the edge of meeting the card’s requirements, or if you make a mistake and accidentally give incorrect information on the application.
If you need a credit card today, you should apply for either an American Express card, a Capital One card or one of the store cards that offer instant use. While it’s pretty common to get approved for a credit card the same day if you apply online, you’ll still usually have to wait another 7-10 business days before your card comes to use it.… read full answer
All American Express cards give you the potential for an instant card number after approval, which will give you access to part of your credit line until your card arrives. Capital One cards also provide instant use through the Capital One app, but that’s only possible if you’re an existing Capital One cardholder. Store cards, such as the Target Credit Card, may give you an instant number or code to use as a temporary version of your card.
The Amex Blue Cash Everyday offers up to $250: 20% back as a statement credit when you use PayPal to check out at merchants in the first 6 months (up to $150 back), plus a $100 statement credit for spending $2,000 in the first 6 months. The card also gives 3% cash back at U.S. supermarkets, U.S. gas stations and on U.S. online retail purchases (up to $6,000 spent per year in each category), as well as 1% back on all other purchases, earned as statement credits. This card has a $0 annual fee.
The Costco Credit Card offers 4% cash back on eligible gas (up to $7,000 spent per year), 3% back on restaurants and travel, 2% back on Costco and Costco.com purchases, and 1% back on all other purchases. This card has a $0 annual fee but you must be a Costco member to get it. Th card gives a temporary code to scan at checkout until the actual card arrives.
The Capital One QuicksilverOne offers 5% cash back on hotel and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, as well as 1.5% cash back on all other purchases. This card has a $39 annual fee. Must be an existing Capital One customer to see your card information through the app.
The Capital One Platinum Secured card requires a minimum security deposit of $49, $99 or $200. Your credit line will always be at least $200. This card doesn’t offer rewards. Capital One Platinum Secured has a $0 annual fee. Must be an existing Capital One customer to see your card information through the app.
The Target Credit Card offers 5% discount at Target and Target.com. The card has a $0 annual fee. Target Credit Card gives a temporary number after approval to use until your card comes.
While there’s no guarantee these options will get you a credit card today, they’ll certainly give you your best chance. Don’t forget that if you get approved for a Capital One card you’ll need to both already have another Capital One card open and have downloaded the app. Unfortunately, this option isn’t available to every Capital One customer, but Capital One doesn’t disclose who is eligible for instant card information. In the same way, all Amex cards give the potential for instant numbers, but aren’t guaranteed to give you one.
And if you’re interested in a store card, make sure to ask if they offer instant use first. Lastly, when your physical card arrives by mail in 7-10 business days, be sure to activate it right away.
The Justice Credit Card payment posting date is the by midnight on the same day the payment is received. Payment has to be submitted before 8 p.m., ET Monday in order to post to your account on the same day.
Posting only means the payment has been processed and your account will reflect that payment was made. Funds will be available by 8 a.m. the day after the payment posts.… read full answer
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