You can apply for the Walmart Store Card online or at a Walmart store location. To apply for the Walmart Store Card online, you need to fill out an application for the regular Walmart Credit Card on Capital One’s Walmart Credit Card website. If you don’t qualify for the regular Walmart Credit Card, your application will be considered for the Walmart Store Card. In most cases, applying for the Walmart Credit Card online will get you an instant decision.
To apply for the Walmart Store Card in-store, simply go to any Walmart store and visit the customer service desk to fill out an application. You can also ask your cashier for an application, or fill one out at the self-checkout kiosk. Keep in mind that even when you apply in person, the application is combined with the regular Walmart Credit Card, so you’ll be considered for the regular credit card first. If you’re instantly approved, you can use your card to make Walmart purchases right away.
If your Walmart Store Card application isn’t instantly approved, you can check on the status of your application by calling 877-969-3668. Enter your Social Security number when prompted, and you’ll be told if your application is pending, approved, or denied.
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