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I would like to apply for a Iddeal credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Store credit cards typically require applicants to have a credit score lower than those required for higher end rewards cards. The minimum required FICO score is usually between 660 and 680 in order to qualify for a store credit card, although some consumers are able to get approved with lower scores. The Iddeal credit card offers deferred payment plans in which no interest is charged if the balance is paid in full within the time allowed. However, you may want to consider applying for a general rewards credit card instead. Not only could you get a lower APR, but you can also earn cashback or rewards points that that will further reduce the cost of the purchase. In addition, a general rewards credit card can be used at any store, allow you to earn rewards on all purchases.

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