When it comes to getting credit of any kind, there’s really no “magic” approval options. Credit card companies look at your credit score, factoring in your payment history, available credit, and other things, and then they determine whether or not you’re a good risk for them to take should they decide to extend credit to you. In spite of that, there are easier ways to get approved than simply applying for every credit card out there.
First and foremost, you need to know your credit score before you start looking at credit card offers. Why do you need to know your credit score? Because it’s easier to find a credit card that will approve you if you know where you fall on the credit scoring charts.
Secondly, and equally as important, you only want to apply for credit cards that target people within your credit range. You’re more likely to be approved if you apply to credit cards within your credit range and you don’t want to apply for cards that are way outside of your credit range. Either you won’t be approved if you apply for credit cards that are way above your range or you’re likely to pay too much interest if you apply for cards that are way below your credit range.
So, know your credit score and then choose credit card offers that specifically target people with your credit score!