You can pay your Barclaycard Financing Visa deferred interest plan early.
The card advertises “special financing on purchases made at Apple”, but you’re not getting a true 0% introductory APR offer.
So, for example, if you make a qualifying purchase of $999 or more, you’ll get 18 months to pay the balance without interest. That means you’ll owe no interest on your purchase only if you pay it off in full during the 18 months. If any balance remains when the 18-month period ends, you’ll be charged interest retroactively for the full amount of the transaction, from the date of purchase. Try to avoid that, as it can be extremely expensive.
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