No, you cannot use your Goodyear Credit Card at Walmart. This card is only accepted at Goodyear Tires, Dunlop Tires and Kelly Tires store locations, plus those retailers’ websites. Moreover, you can use your Goodyear Credit Card at Exxon & Mobil gas stations nationwide.
The Goodyear Credit Card is accepted at more than 6,100 Goodyear Tires, Dunlop Tires and Kelly Tires store locations, plus those retailers’ websites. You can find the closest location where your Goodyear Credit Card is accepted using Goodyear’s Find a Tire Shop feature.
Citibank issues the Goodyear Credit Card. And while it offers 0% deferred interest for 6 months and only requires fair credit, its regular APR of 30.24% (V) is incredibly high. A minimum purchase of $250 is required for 0% financing. And if you don’t pay off the balance within 6 months, that high-interest rate will be applied retroactively.
Cash advances are available with this card but for a high price. The APR is 29.99%, and there’s a fee of $10 or 5% of the cash advance, whichever is greater. The card has no annual fee, but late payments will cost you up to $38.
The Goodyear Credit Card doesn’t offer rewards, although you can get exclusive deals by using the card. For example, cardholders can get a $160 rebate on a set of 4 tires, which is double the rebate offered for non-cardholders. Rebates are given as a prepaid Mastercard, which can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted. Cardholders also get $5 off oil changes and free tire rotation.
The Goodyear Credit Card is fine for people with fair credit who patron Goodyear, Dunlop or Kelly Tires stores. But if you have good or excellent credit, you can qualify for far superior financing offers from cards that can be used anywhere Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover is accepted.
You can get a Goodyear Credit Card cash advance at any ATM, provided that you have obtained a PIN from the card’s issuer. To get your PIN, you can call customer service at 877-780-8897.
Just take into account that cash advances are quite expensive, as you’ll have to pay a fee equal to 5% of the amount that you withdraw or $10 (whichever is higher) and interest will immediately begin accruing at a rate of 29.99%. You can learn more about cash advances in our article … read full answerhere.
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