Synchrony Car Care Credit Card — Review [2021]

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"For those who spend regularly on cars and are looking for flexible financing options."

Learn More (at Synchrony's secure site)

The information regarding the Synchrony Car Care™ credit card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer. 

From routine gas fill-ups to unexpected repairs, the Synchrony Car Care™ credit card is there no matter where the road takes you.

Synchrony Car Care Credit Card — Snapshot

  • Welcome Bonus & Info (Partner Content)
    • 6 months promotional financing on purchases of $199 or more
    • No annual fee
    • $0 fraud liability
    • 24/7 secure online account access
    • Ability to request a credit limit increase
    • Use your Synchrony Car Care™ credit card for routine maintenance like gas and car washes, as well as larger automotive repairs and purchases on tires, brakes, windshields, transmissions, and more!
    • Pay for scheduled maintenance and unexpected repairs over time with 6 months promotional financing on purchases of $199 or more at over 500,000 locations.
  • Card Categories:
  • Customer Service Number

Synchrony Car Care Credit Card — Fees

  • Annual Fee
    • $0
  • Interest Rates
    • New Accounts: 29.99% APR
    • Minimum Interest Charge: $2

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  1. Juan vargas May 17, 2021

    Can I reopen my synchrony accounts with a soft credit pull?


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