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What kind of Lexus finance offers could I get with this credit card? Will it help me purchase a Lexus?

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This credit card offers six months of 0% interest on purchases, so if you put your car on your credit card, you could be in luck when it comes to financing. Keep in mind though that most cars cost more than your credit limit is likely to be, so this may not actually help you get a Lexus, if you cannot afford one without putting it on your credit card. But don’t despair: this is still a great card. Some of the things that make it great, including Visa Signature status and double-points earning opportunities, are easily found in other brands of credit card as well. Be sure to look around and consider all your options before committing to applying for one credit card. If a co-branded card is what you want, there are many different ones to look at. The world of credit cards is big, and there’s no reason not to shop around until you find one that’s just right for you.

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