The Old Navy Visa card is no longer available. The co-branded credit card, designed for people who shop at Old Navy stores and other retailers affiliated with Gap Inc., was issued by Synchrony Bank until it moved to Barclays in June 2022 and was replaced with the Old Navy Navyist Rewards Mastercard® Credit Card. The card’s perks and rewards did not change much, as cardholders can earn 5 points / $1 spent at Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic, and Athleta stores, either in-store or online.
If you apply for the Old Navy Credit Card and are not approved, you will be considered for the Old Navy Store Card. Applicants with at least good credit are more likely to be approved for the Old Navy Credit Card, while those with fair credit could get the Old Navy Store Card. The difference between the two new cards is minimal, though the Old Navy Credit Card also gets you 1 point / $1 spent anywhere Mastercard credit cards are accepted, whereas the store card can only be used for purchases at Old Navy and its affiliated stores.
Yes, you can use your Old Navy Credit Card anywhere Mastercard is accepted, and that's pretty much anywhere that takes credit cards. More specifically, your Old Navy Credit Card is accepted at 10.7 million U.S. merchant locations and in more than 210 countries and territories, abroad.
The Old Navy Store Card, on the other hand, can only be used at Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic, and Gap. That’s because it is a store card and it can only be used at the merchants the...
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