It’s incredibly easy to apply for an SBI credit card on our website:

Visit our website’s “Credit Cards” page and select the card from the category that best suits your needs.
To apply online, fill out the “Apply Now” button’s E-Apply form.

After clicking “Submit,” you will immediately know the outcome of your application based on the details you supplied.
If your application is accepted, a representative from SBI Card will call you for verification.
You receive the card after completing the relevant verification.

Directly from the E-Apply page (Online Credit Card Application page) on the website, you can also apply for an SBI Card.

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How to check my credit card eligibility?

Although there are a number of factors that might be evaluated once you apply for an SBI Credit Card that determine your credit card eligibility. All applicants must meet a few fundamental requirements. For instance:

The minimum age is 21.
Maximum age is 70.
Employment Status: Salaried or Self-Employed
Other requirements include a reliable source of income and a good credit rating.

What are the documents required to apply for a SBI Credit Card?

When applying for an SBI credit card, the following paperwork is needed:

Any legitimate official address proof, such as a PAN card copy or an Aadhaar card with the first eight numbers obscured.
Depending on the credit card eligibility & policy, additional documents such as your income documents (Salary Slip, Income Tax Return, etc.) may be required.

How to track the status of a Credit Card application?

From the Home page or the Eapply page, which is the Online Application page (at the bottom of the page), you can use the Track Application widget to check the status of your SBI Credit Card application:

When applying for a card, you should have gotten an application number and reference number.
To view the status of your SBI Card application, click the Track option.

Reasons why your Credit Card Application may get rejected?

Rejection of a credit card application may occur for a number of reasons, including:

  • Lack of availability of necessary data or documentation
  • Low credit rating
  • Age Eligibility, Low Income, etc.

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