How Do You Get a Credit Card From Kmart?

As of 2014, Kmart does not have its own credit card. However, a credit card from Sears, which is related to Kmart, can be used as a form of payment there. All of the special deals and rewards you can get with the card at Sears are also available at Kmart.

You can find the form on the Kmart website.

Go to the Kmart website and move your mouse over the menu item “Money Services” at the top of the page. Choose Sears Credit Cards from the menu that drops down.

Pick a card.

Find the orange “Apply Now” button on the page where you can apply for a job at Sears. On the next page, choose between the Sears card, which can only be used at Sears and Kmart, and the Sears MasterCard, which can be used anywhere MasterCard is accepted. Click the orange “Apply Now” button to apply for a Sears card, or click “Learn More” to find out more about how to apply for a Sears MasterCard. The Sears Card can be signed up for online, but the Sears MasterCard cannot.

Please fill out the form.

Fill out the information on the next page to get a Sears card. This includes information about yourself, your finances, and your safety. The email address, full name, street address, and phone number are all examples of personal information.

Financial information includes the person’s annual income, where they live, and how much they pay each month for their mortgage or rent. Information about security includes your date of birth, social security number, and a picture of your ID.

Check information to see the status of approval

On the next page, all of the information given on the application is checked. If everything is right, click “Submit” to see the approval status, which could be “approved,” “denied,” or “Citibank needs an extra 7–10 days to process your application.”

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.

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