No, the Walmart Credit Card does not have a 0% interest promotion for either purchases or balance transfers. So the Walmart Credit Card is not a great card to use for large purchases.
If you’re planning on making a large upcoming purchase and you intend on carrying a balance, you should get a 0% APR credit card. Just keep in mind that most of these credit cards require at least good credit for approval. If you’d like to know where you stand, you can check your credit score for free, right here on WalletHub.
The Walmart Credit Card APR is 17.99% or 27.74% (Variable), based on your credit standing. Please note that this card has an even higher interest rate for cash advances, at 27.74% (V).
On the other hand, the Walmart® Store Card comes with a 27.74% (V) APR. This card, though, can only be used at Walmart stores, Walmart.com, Sam's Club, their associated gas stations, and Walmart & Murphy USA fuel stations.… read full answer
It’s worth noting that, while the maximum APR of both Walmart cards is a bit higher than the average APR for a retail card, the low-end percentage of the Capital One Walmart Rewards® Mastercard® is comparably very good.
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