Yesterday I was just sitting around thinking that I could really use another credit card to increase my available credit in order to improve my debt to credit ratio. After a brief google search for department store cards with easy credit approvals, I stumbled upon the Target REDcard.
After reviewing the card’s description, I discovered that one of its perks was a 5% discount on any item purchased in-store or online, so I decided to apply. I was instantly approved with a “temporary credit limit” of $300 which I later found out was only a portion of my full credit limit which has yet to be disclosed.
I should also mention that upon setting up my online account, it revealed that I had been a valued customer since 2015. Perplexed, I had to think back and I realized that the Target REDcard is financed by TD Bank which is the same company that financed my Nordstrom credit card that I got back in 2015. So it appears that TD Bank combines all its cards under the same umbrella.
So, if you’ve been thinking about applying for a Target REDcard but not quite sure if the risk was worth the hard credit pull, my research revealed that a FICO score of 615 is recommended but not a requirement for approval…You’re just going to have to trust me on this one. If you think your FICO is somewhere in the ballpark, then I’d say go for it!
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