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Find out what my interest rate will be before applying for card
What would my interest rate be on an Amazon visa credit card

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You normally don't get your interest until you have officially applied and they have pulled your credit.  I think they advertise 26% although, I don't know if it has a low end for the interest, you should check their website.  Their range should be reflected on their website.  Their requirements for the Amazon Visa are higher than the store card (Its handled by Chase) .

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At times if you were pre-qual? it will show you an set/specific interest rate rather than ranges of interest rate, it's the specific interest rate that separates an targeted offer that it might actually soft pulled your report, from some general marketing advertisements...However if you cold app? Then there is no telling what your interest would be. 

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