Unfortunately, the CareCredit card does not offer cash advance options, as it was designed to cover healthcare costs only. If you need a credit card that enables you to get cash advances, check out our Editor’s Best here: /best-credit-cards.
You can get a CareCredit Mastercard cash advance at any ATM or with the convenience checks they send you.
In addition, they will treat any purchase of certain cash like items as cash advances. Cash like items include for example, money orders, cashier’s checks, traveler’s checks, electronic or wire transfers, foreign currency or other in bank transactions, tax payments, lottery tickets or other legalized gambling transactions, court costs, bail bonds and fines.
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