Kohl’s does not have a separate credit card app, but the Kohl’s mobile app lets customers pay their Kohl’s credit card bill. The app is available on the Kohl’s website for iPhones and Android phones. You can also search for the Kohl’s mobile app on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
In addition, you can sign up for Kohl’s SMS alerts to manage some parts of your Kohl’s credit card account. SMS alerts won’t allow you to pay your Kohl’s credit card bill, but you can check your card’s balance, payment status and recent activity. To sign up for Kohl’s SMS alerts, sign into your Kohl’s account online.
The easiest way to submit a Kohl's Credit Card application is online. You’ll need to provide some personal information, but it shouldn't take you more than a few minutes to complete the application. If you are unsure about getting approved, you can check to see if you’re pre-qualified for the Kohl’s Credit Card first.… read full answer
How to apply for a Kohl’s Credit Card:
Go to the Kohl’s Charge Card section of the Kohl’s website.
Click the “Apply Now” button.
Fill out your name, address, phone number, Social Security number, date of birth, annual gross income, and email address.
Review the disclosures. This tells you your interest rate and other important information.
Click “Continue to Review,” and review your application.
Submit your application. You will often get a decision instantly.
You can also apply for a Kohl's credit card in-store by talking to a cashier or customer service agent. They will give you a paper application form, and you'll need to provide the same information as you would online.
The Kohl's credit card minimum payment is either $27, or 1% of your balance plus interest charges and fees, whichever is greater. The exact amount is listed on each monthly statement and it’s typically due on the same date every month.
It's important to know that in addition to your minimum payment, you must pay any past-due or over-limit amounts and any late-payment fees. … read full answer
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