Mike Frayal, Member
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The best low interest medical credit cards are the CareCredit Credit Card and the AccessOne MedCard.
They both offer 0% and low-rate financing, depending on your needs. But usually medical credit cards work with deferred interest, which means that if you have any balance left when the promotional period expires, you'll be charged interest retroactively for the entire purchase that was financed.
It's best to just use a general credit card with a long purchase intro offer, like the Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express with an intro purchase APR of 0% for 15 months, and a regular APR of 18.74% - 29.74% (V).
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