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Store cards can be tempting if you regularly shop at a particular high street retailer.
Nowadays you can walk into many high street shops and they'll offer you their own card, often with incentives such as upfront discounts. While store cards can have great benefits, it's wise to be cautious – they're credit cards like any other, and interest charges tend to be quite high if you don't pay off your bill in full every month.
See our guide: Should you take out a store card?
If you take out a store card, the credit you get will not usually be given by the store itself. Most cards are just branded cards issued by other credit providers.
Find your card in our list of the main UK store cards to see who provides the credit. All of the credit issuers shown are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority.
If you have been declined credit when applying for a store card, don't try again until you have checked your credit profile. It helps to understand how credit scores work.
Read our guide 9 steps to score on your credit rating to help you work out how to improve your credit rating for next time.
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