You can see which credit cards are most likely to accept your application in minutes with our eligibility checker.
Limiting your search to the cards you've got the best chance of getting reduces the risk of damaging your credit score with a rejected application.
How to use our eligibility checker
Choose the type of card you want from the dropdown menu. Here's how to find the right type of card for you.
Enter your details including your name, address and income, and click through to see your results.
See your chances of being accepted. If you've selected a card, you'll see this first followed by the cards most likely to accept you.
Reorder your results by things like the representative APR or balance transfer period to help you find the right card.
Choose a credit card that's likely to accept you and click the button to start your application. Look for the best credit card for you with the highest chance of acceptance.
How does it work?
The results we show you are supplied by a company called HD Decisions. They use Experian, Equifax and Callcredit to run their credit checks.
It won't leave a mark on your credit record, because it uses a soft search credit check to work out which cards you're likely to get.
Are you guaranteed to be accepted?
We can't guarantee you'll be accepted for any card, but our credit card checker can give you a good idea of which ones you could get.
You'll still need to pass the provider's fraud and identity checks, and the results you get are only valid at the time of checking.
How to improve your chances of being accepted
If your results do not show any cards likely to accept your application, this may be because:
You have a poor credit record, for example if you've missed payments before
You've got little or no credit history to check, for example if you've never had a credit card or loan
You don't meet the provider's lending criteria, for example if you're below their minimum age
If you're struggling to find a card and need to improve your credit record, you could consider a credit building card.
Here's how else you can improve your credit record, including how to get a free credit score.