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I have a credit card with Cerulean Discover. I only charge about $150 a month and I pay it off each month, but we always come up short for what we need. I would like a Walmart card. How do we get one? We were just approved and got a loan on a 2007 Ford car, but I seem to have hard time getting another card. I don’t think my credit is bad.
Answered on Jan 9, 2013
Updated on Dec 13, 2012
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We wouldn’t recommend the Walmart card because it has high APRs and only a standard 1% cash back on purchases. Instead, if you have good-to-excellent credit, consider one of Discover cards.
If you still want a Walmart credit card, you can apply for this card at Walmart.com. Scroll down the page to the Financial Services section and click "apply now".
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