The starting credit limit for the Saks Fifth Avenue Credit Card is different for each and every applicant. The issuer does not include any specific credit limit information in the card’s terms. The same goes for the Saks Fifth Avenue Store Card. According to anecdotal reports, the Saks Fifth Avenue Credit Card's starting credit limit can be around $1,500, but it depends on the applicant’s credit standing and annual income.
What to Know About the Saks Fifth Avenue Credit Card Credit Limit
The issuer will determine your credit limit by taking into account your overall credit standing. Those with the highest income and best credit scores will generally be offered the highest starting credit limits.
If you are unhappy with your initial Saks Fifth Avenue Credit Card credit limit, you can request an increase through your online account or by calling customer service at (866) 500-7257.
Each and every applicant has a different situation in terms of credit score, debt-to-income ratio, recent hard inquiries and past negatives. These are a few of the factors the issuer will consider when determining your credit limit.
If you are unhappy with your initial Saks Fifth Avenue Store Card credit limit, you can request an increase through your online account...
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