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My cat needs a surgery and our vet suggested Care Credit. I looked through it and think it's a bit expensive and tricky. Is there an alternative to Care Credit?
Answered on Jun 29, 2018
Updated on Sep 12, 2017
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Yes. You can always use a regular credit card to pay for an expensive medical treatment. Look for credit cards that come with 0% intro APRs first place. The cards with zero interest may also offer rewards on purchases and come without annual fees. The card that combines all three benefits will be an ideal option for you.
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