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Old Navy

I have been buying some stuffs from there and wondering the perk I can get if I had their card versus paying with just a regular credit card.


Does GE still issue this card? What kind of CL can one look for?



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Re: Old Navy

CS800 wrote:

I have been buying some stuffs from there and wondering the perk I can get if I had their card versus paying with just a regular credit card.


Does GE still issue this card? What kind of CL can one look for?



AFAIK yes they do still offer it, they should also have a Visa version of the card. They would try to approve you 1st for the Visa then the store card if not approved for Visa.

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Re: Old Navy

My GF was issued their Visa last year w/ a pretty low CL (under 1k) and they have already auto-CLI to shy of 4k.  She loves the card, but then again, she loves old navy.  So it is her go to card.

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Re: Old Navy

I have the Gap Visa which has the same rewards structure. I actually like the card. If you get the Visa version, you will be able to earn a point for each dollar. If you shop in store, you get 5 points per dollar. All points are redeemable for cash only in their stores. So technically you get 1% on common purchases and 5% on brand purchases. You won't find a card that will give you 5% except for shop discover which is online only so the card is a good deal for rewards however 5% is only good at their brands so you might prefer to shop online and get cash back.

Also I would go for the Gap card since you will get same rewards and the ON card is not upgradable. The gap card upgrades to gap silver if you spend $800 on their brands including old navy. This gives you nice perks in addition to the rewards structure.
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