Yes, the Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card does offer extended warranty protection. The Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card extended warranty policy will lengthen the original manufacturer’s warranty by up to 1 extra year for warranties of 3 years or less. The maximum coverage amount per item under the Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card extended warranty policy is $10,000. The maximum coverage amount per year under this policy is $50,000.
Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card extended warranty protection does not cover motorized vehicles, live animals, live plants, or used items, among other things. For more details on this perk’s terms and conditions, refer to the guide to benefits that came with your Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card or ask Capital One customer service.
In addition to extended warranty coverage, the Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card offers roadside assistance, lost luggage replacement, and rental car insurance. It also has an annual fee of $0. All in all, the Spark Cash Select 0% Intro APR Card is a good credit card for people who travel a lot for business.
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