The AARP® Essential Rewards Mastercard® isn’t the best card for everyone. However, this card is a great option for anyone who frequently spends money on medical expenses. AARP® Essential Rewards Mastercard® earns high cash back rates on eligible medical expenses and at most drug stores.
The card comes with a 0% introductory APR for the first fifteen billing cycles following each balance transfer that posts to your account within 45 days of account opening.. After that, it will have a 21.99%, 25.99% or 29.99% variable APR for balance transfers. Keep in mind that the balance transfer fee still applies during the intro APR period.
There’s a lot to love about the Chase Freedom Unlimited®. It’s perfect for filling prescriptions and other drugstore purchases thanks to its bonus cash back rates. Cardholders also earn above-average cash back on all purchases, which means you’ll still earn a little more than you would typically expect on your medical expenses.
This card offers a 0% Intro APR on Balance Transfers for 15 months and a 0% Intro APR on Purchases for 15 months, which can be helpful if you have an upcoming medical expense you want to finance. After the promotional period is over, there will be a 20.49% – 29.24% Variable APR on balance transfers and a 20.49% – 29.24% Variable APR on purchases.
If you spend considerable money in one area each month, the Citi Custom Cash® Card can help maximize your rewards-earning potential. You’re automatically rewarded with a high cash back rate in your top eligible spend category each billing cycle, up to card limits. You can earn on everyday spending, including buying medical supplies and paying for prescriptions at drugstores.
This card has a [coca name=’citi-custom-cash.Introbalancetransferapr’ type=’cards’] and a 0% intro APR for 15 months on purchases. After the intro period is over, you’ll need to pay a 19.24% - 29.24% (Variable) APR on balance transfers and a APR on purchases.
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