The best Kohl's Credit Card promotion is 35% discount on the first purchase made with your Kohl’s Store Credit Card. Cardholders do not need to do anything specific to take advantage of this Kohl's Credit Card promotion, as it applies automatically.
Credit card promotions change often, so if you see something you’re particularly interested in, you should consider applying for the Kohl's Credit Card to take advantage of the offer while it’s available. Another factor in your decision to apply should also be whether this card will continue to be worthwhile even after its limited-time promotions end.
You can qualify for the Kohl’s Credit Card pre-approval if you have at least fair credit and your other financial information matches the issuer’s criteria for sending you an offer. There’s also the possibility to see if you pre-qualify online.
Even though neither of these will guarantee your actual approval, they’re a good way to assess your odds without hurting your credit score.… read full answer
You can check your Kohl's Credit Card application status anytime by calling (866) 927-5831. Strangely, Kohl's does not provide a tool to check your application status online.
If you applied for a Kohl's Credit Card and did not receive instant approval, Kohl's will send you a response by mail within 7-10 days. If you are approved, your Kohl's Credit Card should be sent to you in up to 10 business days.… read full answer
The Kohl's Credit Card approval requirement is a credit score of 640 or higher; this means you need at least fair credit to get approved for this card, in most cases. Keep in mind, though, that credit card issuers also consider your credit history, income and existing debt obligations when making approval decisions.… read full answer
It’s a good idea to see if you’re pre-qualified for a Kohl's Credit Card before you apply. Pre-qualification can give you a good idea of your approval odds, and it doesn’t count as a hard pull on your credit. That said, just because you’re pre-qualified doesn’t mean you’ll get approved – it just means you’re likely to get approved.
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