Bank of Oklahoma Online Banking
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Bank of Oklahoma Online Banking

Bank of Oklahoma was founded in 1910 as the Exchange National Bank of Tulsa that rose from the Farmers National Bank that had previously failed. The Exchange National Bank of Tulsa survived The Great Depression thanks to wealthy oil men in Tulsa, two of which were J.A. Chapman and William G. Skelly, put their own money in to help it survive. It was reorganized as the National Bank of Tulsa in 1933 and in 1975, it became the Bank of Oklahoma (BOK).

Bank of Oklahoma has personal and business credit cards to meet the needs of qualified applicants. For more information about Bank of Oklahoma’s personal cards, please see this link. To learn more about their business credit cards, click here.

Personal Credit Cards

Bonus Rewards

Bonus Rewards

Bonus Rewards PLUS

Bonus Rewards PLUS

Cash Rewards

Cash Rewards

Travel Rewards

Travel Rewards

Platinum

Platinum

College Rewards

College Rewards

Secured

Secured

Business Credit Cards

Business Bonus Rewards

Business Bonus Rewards

Business Bonus Rewards PLUS

Business Bonus Rewards PLUS

Business Platinum

Business Platinum

Community

Community

Signature Company

Signature Company

 

How to Apply

Bank of Oklahoma has online applications for both personal and business credit cards. Simply click the “Apply Now” button beside the credit card or select “Learn More” to read more about the credit card’s rates, fees, and rewards. In addition to the online application process, customers can visit a bank location to apply in person. The staff is available by phone or email to answer specific questions about the credit cards or the application process.

Online Application

In order to begin the online application process, the user must click “Apply Now” beside the credit card of their choice from the links above. Once “Apply Now” is clicked, a warning box will pop up informing the user that they will be traveling outside of the Bank of Oklahoma website. The user should click “Continue to Site.” The user will then need to select either individual or joint application, read and agree to the terms of service, and click “Continue.” The applicant will need to enter the following information:

  • First Name
  • Middle Initial
  • Last Name
  • SSN
  • DOB
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address (optional)
  • Street Address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip Code
  • Optional Alternate Mailing Address
  • Monthly Mortgage or Rent Payment
  • Own or Rent
  • Time at Address
  • Optional Authorized User Details