The Tractor Supply Company® Credit Card requires a credit score of 640, at a minimum. That means you will need fair credit or better to get approved. Keep in mind that while your credit score plays an important role in determining your approval odds for the Tractor Supply Company® Credit Card, there are other factors that will be considered. Some of these include your credit history, along with your income and any existing debt.
Online: To apply for the Tractor Supply Company® Credit Card online, just visit their website and fill out your application.
Mobile app: You can also apply for this card through the Tractor Supply mobile app for iOS and Android.
In store: If you would rather apply in person, you can do it in any Tractor Supply Company store location.
Keep in mind that you will need at least fair credit to be considered eligible for this card. And also keep in mind that an application will result in a hard pull. This might hurt your credit score for a little while.
You need a credit score of at least 700 for a Citi credit card in most cases. That means applicants for Citi credit cards need at least good credit to be approved. But it really depends on which card you’re after. Some Citi credit cards require higher scores, and one accepts applicants with limited credit history.… read full answer
Below, you can see what Citi cards your credit score will allow you to pursue, along with other information about approval.
Citi credit score requirements:
Limited History: For those with little or no credit history, the Citi Secured is a good option. A refundable security deposit of $200 is required. It doesn’t give any rewards, but it does offer a $0 annual fee and can help you rebuild your credit.
Excellent credit (750 and up): You’ll be eligible for all of Citi’s cards with a score in this range, assuming your income and other information check out. But the only excellent-credit-only option is the Costco Credit Card (cash back oriented, offering 1 - 4% cash back on different spending categories).
Other requirements: It takes more than just a good enough credit score to get Citi credit card approval. In particular, you need enough income to pay the monthly bills, along with your existing debts. You’ll also need a valid Social Security number (or ITIN) and U.S. mailing address.
If you’re not sure which Citi credit card you’ll be able to qualify for, it’s easy to get pre-qualified for a credit card online. Citi might also send a pre-qualified credit card offer to potential customers. But while this increases your chances for approval, it does not guarantee it. If you have received such an offer, visit Citi’s web page and enter your invitation code and last name to apply.
Also, keep in mind that applying for a Citi or any other credit card triggers hard inquiries and can temporarily lower your score - the more inquiries over a short period of time, the more damage to your score. So it’s best to know where you stand before applying for any credit card. You can check your credit score and track your progress for free, right here on WalletHub.
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