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Registered: ‎05-28-2012

In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

So..the Walmart card is looking nice right about now. Cant app til we close, but do they ever run 0% promotional deals or is it always a set interest rate?

I think I want it mostly for the FICO score..and to get a card that'll actually grow!

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Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

I've seen members post in the past about walmart offerring 0% financing periodically.

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Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

I read in a previous post that they sometimes offer 6 months 0% from october till dec 25th 

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Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

They had a 0% financing offer when I got the card last November. Periodically I get offers from them for 0% financing, but have never used it.

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Registered: ‎06-20-2012

Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

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I currently have the walmart store card. and they had an 18 month 0% special running. They also had an awesome deal on a 3d vizio Smiley Happy I'd say the walmart card is a great choice for what youre looking for!

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Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

Amazon also 0% promo around xmas time...I think it's either 6 months or 12 depending upon how much you spend



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Re: In all seriousness :) Xmas spending

compassion101 wrote:

Amazon also 0% promo aroun  xmas time...,I think it's either 6 months or 12 depending upon how much you spend




Amazon is 0% year round, not just at xmas time.

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