Get special rewards for Forever 21 purchases with this card.
- Get this card if… you’re a trendsetter who shops at Forever 21 and are looking for additional rewards for your spending.
- Pick something else if…you aren’t a fan of shopping at Forever 21.
- Recommended good to excellent credit range of 600 to 739.
If you’re already a fan of this fast-fashion retailer — and you scour the latest trends and deals at Forever 21 — you’ll love the generous rewards of the Forever 21 Store Credit Card. It comes with 15% off your first purchase, 3 points per $1 spent in store and online at Forever 21 earned and exclusive cardholder offers and promotions.
|Product Name||Forever 21 Credit Card|
|APR (Annual Percentage Rate) for Purchases||29.24% variable|
|Introductory Purchase APR|
|Introductory Balance Transfer APR|
|Interest Free Period||Up to 25 days|
|Late Payment Fee||$38|
|Returned Payment Fee||$38|
|Additional Cardholder Fee||$0|
|Minimum Age||18 years of age|
|Rewards||3 points per $1 spent in store and online at Forever 21|
|Base Rewards||3x points|
|Rewards Points Expiration||Never|
Get 15% off your first purchase and 20% off a future purchase with your welcome kit.
You’ll earn 3x rewards points for every dollar you spend at Forever 21. Redeem 300 points for a $5 rewards certificate.
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Double Points events.
Get more points at special events throughout the year.
Each birthday, you’ll get $5 to spend on Forever 21 accessories.
On Forever 21’s birthday, get 21% off your purchase.
Exclusive offers and promotions.
Cardholders can access exclusive discounts and sales throughout the year.
What to watch out for
High interest rate.
The Forever 21 Credit Card comes with a high 29.24% variable APR, so consider paying off your card balance each month.
Fees for late and returned payments.
For each late or returned payment, you’ll pay a fee of up to $38.
Consider other cards if…
You don’t shop at Forever 21.
This is a store credit card that you can use only at Forever 21. If you don’t like shopping for apparel at Forever 21, consider picking a credit card you can use elsewhere.
What should I know before I apply?
To apply for the Forever 21 Credit Card, you must be:
- At least 18 years old.
- A US citizen or legal resident.
You’ll need to submit personal and financial information that includes:
- Your full name and personal contact information.
- Proof of stable employment.
- Your date of birth and Social Security number.
How to apply for the card
You can’t apply for a Forever 21 Credit Card online. Instead, you’ll need to apply at a Forever 21 store and then register your card online with Comenity Bank.
1. To register your Forever 21 Credit Card, locate the card on Comenity Bank’s site and click Register for Access.
2. Enter your card account information and click Find My Account.
3. Once you’ve located your account, continue by specifying a user name and password for future access. Click Create Account.
I got the card. Now what?
Keep track of your minimum payment.
Your minimum payment each billing period is the total of minimum payments for Regular Revolving and promotional Credit Plans plus any past due amount. The total minimum payment will be at least $27.
If your account balance is less than $27, you’ll need to pay the amount on your statement in full.
The minimum payment due for each Regular Revolving Credit Plan will be the greater of $5 or 5% of the new balance shown on your statement for that Credit Plan (rounded up to the nearest $1).
Make timely payments.
Manage your spending and pay your bills online by registering an online account with Comenity Bank.
At the close of each billing cycle, you have a grace period of 25 days to pay your balance. If you do, you won’t pay interest on your purchases.
Late and returned payments come with hefty fees of up to $38.
If you have questions, visit the help section on the Comenity Bank website or call 1-844-271-2526.
If you’re already a faithful shopper at Forever 21, this store card can reward your spending with discounts on future purchases. Just watch out for the high APR you’ll pay on balances you carry.