You can apply for the Walmart® Store Card either online or at a Walmart store location. To apply for the Walmart® Store Card online, visit the Walmart Credit Card web page and click the “Apply Now” button under the card that is designed exclusively for Walmart purchases.
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. 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 always check on the status of your application. Enter your Social Security number when prompted, and you’ll be told if your application is pending, approved, or denied.
It’s important to note that the Walmart® Store Card can only be used for Walmart purchases, at Murphy USA and Sam’s Club gas stations, and in-store, at Sam’s Club. The Capital One Walmart Rewards® Mastercard®, on the other hand, belongs to the Mastercard network and can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted. That’s pretty much anywhere in the world where credit cards are accepted, as Mastercard benefits from extensive global acceptance. So you can apply for the Walmart Credit Card instead, and if you don’t qualify, you’ll be automatically considered for the Walmart® Store Card.
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