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I need dental work done and want a card with 21 months of 0% interest and credit line of $5,000. What is my best option? How long does it take to apply for and receive a card? What would the monthly payment be? Is a credit card option better than financing?

Answered on | Updated on August 17th, 2018
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There are different credit cards you may consider for dental work. For example, you may find credit cards with 21 months of 0% interest, with no annual fee and even rewards. You can choose the Citi Simplicity® Card - No Late Fees Ever. The card offers 12 months of 0% interest on purchases and 21 months of 0% intro APR on balance transfers (when introductory period is over, an ongoing APR of 16.49% - 26.49%* (Variable) will apply), the balance transfer fee is 5% of each balance transfer; $5 minimum. Your credit limit will be determined by the credit card issuer based on your creditworthiness and credit score. People with good credit can usually get up to a $5,000 credit limit. The minimum credit card payment will be determined by the credit card issuer, but if you want to pay the borrowed amount within the introductory period you should calculate the monthly payment based on the total amount you are planning to borrow and the amount of time the card has no interest. The whole application process can take up to a month. Credit cards are revolving credit accounts, which means you can take as long as you want to pay it off your balance provided you make the minimum monthly payments on time.
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  • David Kyle

    I’m looking for credit card to use for dental care only for my daughter. Where do I go?

    • CreditLandCom

      A credit card with 0% intro APR can be a good option for you. If you are not planning to use the card often, look for cards that also have no annual fee. Another option for you can be a personal loan.

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