"...FICO announced Monday that it plans to allow any lender using FICO scores to make the scores available to consumers for free through a program called FICO Score Open Access. Barclaycard US and First Bankcard (the credit card business of First National Bank of Omaha) are the first to sign on, with free scores being made available to credit card customers starting today. " Announcement is here: http://money.cnn.com/2013/11/04/pf/f...ntent=My+Yahoo If you are a Barclay's cardholder, you can use this link to log on and get your Transunion FICO score: https://www.barclaycardus.com/servicing/score Barclays says: Access your FICO® Score anytime, 24/7, through Barclaycard online banking. It's a value-added benefit for cardmembers, and it's yours at no charge.1 And best of all, your FICO® Score will be refreshed periodically, so you can closely monitor changes to your score. Program Features Complimentary access to your score plus the top 2 factors affecting it Simple tool for understanding and tracking your credit score An alert anytime we learn your FICO® Score has gone up or down. Your FICO® Score falls into a range from 300 to 850, is calculated based on TransUnion credit data, and is offered solely for your own non-commercial, personal review, and benefit. Hopefully, other credit card companies will make Experian and Equifax FICO scores available for free in the near future.