Apply for Gap Credit Card
Save 15% on your first purchase with the Gap Credit Card
Earn 5 points per $1 spent at Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta.
Earn 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else Visa credit cards are accepted
. Get $5 Reward Card for every 500 points earned
Earn 500 points when you register your e-mail address
Exclusive benefits: Cardmembers offers to earn extra points, 10% Tuesdays at Gap stores and online at gap.com, special birthday savings and access to special events with exclusive discounts
Earn 500 bonus reward points if you sign up for paperless statements.
Earn 5,000 points in a calendar year and enjoy Gap Silver Status with benefits like 20% quarterly bonus Rewards points, free online shipping and more
|Type ||Rewards ||First Use ||15% off |
|Store || ||Bank || |
|Intro APR ||– ||Balance Transfer APR ||– |
|Regular APR ||25.24% (V) ||Annual Fee ||None |
|Rewards ||5pts./$1 on brand + 1pts./$1 others. 500pts.=$5 ||Credit Levels || |
|Network || ||Avg.Rating || |
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The GAP credit card is great for the avid GAP/Banana Republic shopper, with all of the discounts they provide. However, the interest rate is outrageous; and honestly, who regularly shops at these shops anymore? I honestly prefer my Citicard. I get 1 point for every dollar spent on anything, and 2 points on every dollar spent on gas and groceries; plus my APR is only 12%.
The Gap Credit Card is great of you shop at stores like the Gap and the other retailers where the card offers points. It works out to about a 5% discount on all your purchases to the retailers like The Gap, Old Navy, etc. There are other reward points that add up to even more savings.This seems generous compared to other cards. The APR is high, so if you don't pay your balance every month you might not save very much.