The Barclaycard Arrival login page is located at barclaycardus.com.There isn’t a special page for Arrival Plus cardholders. All of Barclaycard’s U.S. credit card customers log in the same way. On that note, Barclays is an international banking institution. So make sure not to use one of the login pages for foreign customers.
Once you arrive at the Barclaycard login page, you’ll just need to enter your username and password to access your account. You can view your transactions, request a credit limit increase, do balance transfers, redeem rewards and more.
If you don’t have your Barclaycard Arrival login credentials yet, there’s a box labelled “New Cardmembers,” followed by a button that says, “Set up online access.” Once you click that, you’ll need to provide the last 4 digits of your SSN as well as your date of birth, account number and citizenship status. After verifying your identity, you will be able to create a username and password.
If you’ve submitted an application but have yet to heard back, you can check its status using the Barclaycard login page, too. Below “Forgot username or password?”, you’ll find the following: “Already applied? Check the statusof your application now.” Just click it and enter your name, last 4 SSN digits, zip code and email. And you’ll get an update.
Lastly, you can also log into your Arrival account through the Barclaycard mobile app, available for both Apple and Android devices. Once you log in, you’ll be able to access all the same functions of the Barclaycard website right from your phone or other device.
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