Yes, you can use a Discount Tire Direct Credit Card at any of the 250,000 gas stations and repair shops that are part of the Synchrony Car Care Network. Affiliated brands include Exxon, Mobil, Shell, Chevron, BP and others. Cardholders can also make purchases at more than 25,000 service and parts retailers.
The Discount Tire Direct Credit Card does come with some limitations. You can only use the card for gas, repairs and in-store purchases at its affiliated retailers nationwide. There are no rewards, but the card does offer an intro APR of 0% for 6 - 12 months from the date of purchase on all purchases of more than $199, excluding gas. The caveat is this is deferred interest, not a true 0% APR. So, if you don’t pay off the entire balance by the end of the financing period, you will owe interest from the date of the purchase at a 29.99% APR.
Where you can use your Synchrony credit card depends on which card you have. Synchrony Bank mostly issues store credit cards, which only work at the specific retailers they’re affiliated with. But if your card has a Visa or Mastercard logo and an expiration date, it can be used pretty much anywhere.… read full answer
Some of those cards also have a Visa or Mastercard version that can be used basically anywhere that takes credit cards. But they generally offer the best rewards on purchases made through the stores they’re affiliated with.
No, you cannot use your Synchrony Car Care™ Credit Card everywhere. You can only use it at certain gas stations, auto parts and service merchants nationwide. You can find all the locations that accept the Synchrony Car Care™ Credit Card online.
You can also download the Synchrony Car Care™ Credit Card app on iOS or Android to find nearby gas stations and auto service locations.… read full answer
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