Firestone Complete Auto Care Credit Card

The Firestone Complete Auto Care credit card is designed to give consumers a financing option for large purchases. There is no annual fee, but watch out for the interest rate, which will be applied all the way back to the date of purchase if you don’t pay off your balance in 6 months.

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Perks

  • 6-months 0% Interest Financing: Purchases of at least $299 are eligible for 6-months of 0% interest financing.┬áIf the balance is not paid in full by the end of the 6-month period, interest will be charged going all the way back to the purchase date.
  • Periodic Savings and Discounts
  • Accepted at over 1,700 stores around the country
  • 24/7 Customer Service
  • Online Account Management

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