You've probably seen the CareCredit brochures at your doctor or dentist's office. Care Credit offers financing for healthcare for humans and pets. This healthcare credit card is usually used to pay for such things that medical insurance doesn't pay for, such as Lasik eye surgery, dental work, hearing aids or plastic surgery. Visit CareCredit.com to apply and see the locations near you that accept Care Credit for payment.
But did you know that you can now use your CareCredit credit card at certain online stores?
You can now use your Care Credit card to pay for Bowflex Fitness Equipment with 18 months special financing. Click here for more details. Or request a Free Bowflex Info Kit to see which Bowflex is right for you. You can also use your Care Credit card at Nautilus.com (who actually manufacturers Bowflex).
Byte Invisible Aligners straighten your teeth while you sleep and is similar to Invisalign, only without the dentist visits. Byte offers their own BytePay financing option and accepts CareCredit for payment. SmileDirectClub (similar service) also accepts CareCredit.
Pets Best has joined the CareCredit family by offering a complete financial solution for a lifetine of care for your pet. CareCredit cardholders save 5% on a Pets Best pet insurance policy. You can use CareCredit for out-of-pocket expenses such as insurance premiums and deductibles. Click here for more info.
New! The next time you head to the pharmacy, remember to bring your CareCredit credit card because Care Credit is now accepted at pharmacy locations nationwide. Use your card to pay for over-the-counter medicine, prescriptions, copays, deductibles and more at Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart and Sam's Club.
You can also use your Care Credit card at nearly 4,600 Rite Aid or RediClinic locations. Care Credit can be used towards any purchase, excluding prepaid and gift cards, Western Union and lottery tickets. Anything else, including over-the-counter medications, cosmetics and food is fine to purchase with your Care Credit card. Right now, only in-store purchases at Rite Aid are allowed. Hopefully, they will change that to allow online RiteAid.com purchases in the future.
As we learn of new stores that accept Care Credit for payment, we will update this post.