Your Sony® Credit Card approval odds are good if you have a credit score of 700+, which is considered good credit. Approval odds for the Sony® Credit Card will also be influenced by your annual income and existing debts. Applicants will need to be 18+ years old with a U.S. mailing address and an SSN or ITIN, as well.
What You Need for Good Sony® Credit Card Approval Odds
Good credit or better
Enough income to pay credit card bills
Low debt relative to income
Low housing costs relative to income
U.S. mailing address
Age of 18+
Social Security Number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number
Keep in mind that many of these are guidelines rather than requirements. For example, you may have a low annual income but no debts and still get approved. If you want to enhance your application by improving your credit score, WalletHub’s free credit analysis can tell you what steps to take.
The credit score needed to qualify for the Sony Credit Card is 700, which is the bottom of the good credit range.
It's also important to know that meeting the credit score requirements doesn't guarantee your approval. Credit card companies take a lot of different factors into account when evaluating applicants, many of which aren't encapsulated in a credit score.… read full answer
However, knowing your credit score will give you a pretty good sense of which types of cards you can expect to be approved for, enabling you to more-efficiently target your application.
The latest Sony® Credit Card rewards include a $50 statement credit upon first purchase of any amount within 60 days and an additional $50 statement credit after spending $500 within 60 days of account opening. Plus, this card also offers 1 - 5 points per $1 spent on purchases.
The points that you earn with the Sony® Credit Card can be redeemed online for Sony purchases and VIP experiences, among other options.
Here are the latest Sony® Credit Card rewards:
Limited time: Earn $50 statement credit upon first purchase of any amount within 60 days of account opening and an additional $50 statement credit after spending $500 within 60 days of account opening.
Earn 5 Sony Rewards points per $1 spent on select entertainment purchases (on tickets to movies, concerts, sporting events and more) and Sony products.
Earn 2 points per $1 spent at restaurants, including takeout, fast food, delivery services and on internet & cable and rideshare purchases. Earn 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases.
Redeem your points for VIP experiences, electronics and entertainment.
It is worth noting that rewards will expire either after 18 months of account inactivity, or after 5 years of being posted to your account, whichever comes first.… read full answer
The easiest way to make a Sony Credit Card (issued by Capital One) payment is online.
You can make Sony Credit Card payments from the desktop site or from the Capital One app.
Start by signing in to your Capital One account, and head to "Accounts Summary." Select the credit card you want to pay from your list of accounts, if you have more than one Capital One card, and click the "Pay Bill" button. Then, enter your bank account information and choose the date you want the payment to be made, along with the payment amount. Once submitted, your payment should be processed within 24 hours.… read full answer
Alternatively, you can pay your Sony credit card bill by phone, at at 800-227-4825.
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