You can pay your Macy's Credit Card online, over the phone, by mail, or in a Macy’s store. To pay your Macy's Credit Card bill by phone, call 888-257-6757 and enter your credit card number when prompted. The automated system will take you through the payment process. To pay your Macy’s Credit Card in a Macy’s store, all you have to do is bring your payment coupon and your credit card to the customer service desk. You can pay in-store with cash or a check, debit card, or money order.
Alternately, feel free to mail in a Macy’s Credit Card payment by sending a check or money order to: Macy’s American Express Account Payments / PO Box 9001108 / Louisville, KY 40290-1108. For Macy’s Store Card payments, use this address: Macy’s Credit Card Payments / PO Box 78008 / Phoenix, AZ 85062-8008.
Macy's doesn't specify a minimum credit score to qualify for either of its credit cards. In general, if you have a score higher than 700 for the credit card and 640 for the store card, your odds of approval are high. Keep in mind that in addition to your credit score, the bank will also look at your income, debt and payment history on other credit accounts.… read full answer
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