Q. What credit score do I need to get approved for a Chase Slate credit card?
A. Most applicants will need a credit score of at least 660 to get approved for a new Chase Slate credit card account. The higher your credit score, the lower the regular APR on your new card will be.
Q. If I meet the minimum credit score requirements, will I be approved?
Not necessarily. It’s important to keep in mind that credit card companies, including Chase, take a lot of different factors into account when approving or denying new credit card applications such as FICO Score, total debt and available credit, income and work history, and any existing or previous relationship with Chase. Although a good credit score will increase your chances of approval, you can still be denied if you have a good credit score but don’t meet other requirements?
Q. How can I know if I will be approved for Chase Slate credit card?
Unfortunately, there’s simply no way to know if you’ll be approved for Chase Slate until you apply. Once you have picked the credit card you want, it’s best just to apply. You can even apply for multiple cards from different issuers at the same time to increase your chances of approval at one of the card companies. (In general, however, it’s NOT a good idea to apply for two cards at once from the same company—so do not apply for two Chase cards at once).