This card may be a good option for someone who shops at Apple a lot. It has complicated special financing offers with tiers for purchases made at Apple. If you want to get this card for a one-time big purchase, there definitely are better offers out there. For example, you can get the Discover it® Cash Back card that comes with 14 months of 0% intro APR on purchases (after that an ongoing APR will apply). This card will allow you to earn up to 5% cash back in rotating categories (on up to the quarterly maximum each time you activate), and starting October 2018 the 5% cashback bonus can be earned at Amazon.com (on up to $1,500 in purchases, you will need to sign up).
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