We generally only recommend Texas A&M Credit Card if you have at least a 630 credit score (otherwise known as a "fair" credit score). The reason being you can get a relatively high APR if you have a low credit score, plus it will be much harder to get approved.
Is Texas A&M Credit Card a good credit card for me?
Every situation is different, so it's hard to give a blanket recommendation on whether or not Texas A&M Credit Card is the right card for you.
However, they are known to be relatively generous with their reward points & other perks, so it may be worth it. Keep in mind you may have to acquire a minimum amount of points before you are able to redeem them.
Is Texas A&M Credit Card worth it?
There are 100s of different credit card options that are best suited to a wide range of situations. Which makes it hard for us to honestly answer whether or not Texas A&M Credit Card is worth it for you.
We recommend considering the following when looking into getting any credit card (as a starting point at least):
- Are you a responsible spender? You can quickly get yourself into too much debt if you're not responsible with your credit card
- Are there are signup bonuses available with this card?
- What annual fees does it have?
- Are there penalty APRs?
- Does it have an interest free period, and if so, how long is it?
- How does it's APR compare to other cards?
- How does the rewards/points system work?
What are the approval odds for Texas A&M Credit Card?
The approval odds are going to be heavily dependant on your credit score, income & expenses.
If you have a credit score of 750+, you can basically get approved for most credit cards, including the Texas A&M Credit Card. But if you have a "poor" credit score, it's going to be a lot more difficult.
What credit score do I need for Texas A&M Credit Card?
A general rule of thumb is if you have a "good" credit score (670-739) or above, then you're approval odds are relatively high.
Anything below that and the odds go down, you may be able to get approved with a "fair" credit score, but if you have a "poor" score, then it is extremely unlikely you'll be approved (unless the card is secured).
Improve your credit score BEFORE applying for Texas A&M Credit Card
If your credit score is preventing you from qualifying for Texas A&M Credit Card, we recommend you call one of our friendly credit experts for a free consultation. We'll review your credit report with you (in real-time), and see if there is anything we can do to help your score.
Once we've improved your score for you, you'll be in a much better place to apply & get approval for Texas A&M Credit Card. Not to mention all the other benefits that come with a great credit score!