Sears is one of the country’s oldest department stores, set up in 1886 to provide products via mail order nationwide. By 1925, Sears had opened their first retail outlets, and today the company is based across 793 locations throughout the US, with revenues in excess of $36.2 billion in 2013.
The Sears Card credit card offers customers all the benefits and flexibility of a regular credit card, along with a host of savings, discounts and loyalty rewards for spending at Sears. But before we start to carve up the pros and cons of the Sears Card (and whether you should apply for one), what does the application process involve?
Applying and Activating Your Card
Applying for a Sears card is straightforward, and with a few basic details to hand you can complete the application process in seconds. When applying for your card, the card issuer will look at your personal details and circumstances to decide a credit limit, and to establish whether you meet their qualifying criteria for a card as a customer.