2. Consider a Co-Signer

Having a co-signer with good credit standing works to your advantage. You can benefit from their good credit and will likely get approved. You can have your parents, partner, or another trusted party co-sign your credit card application. Just remember -- your co-signer will be able to see all of your purchases and other financial transactions.

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