Does Starbucks credit card offer 0% APR on purchases?

Answered on March 27, 2018
Updated on March 27, 2018
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Amy Miller Amy Miller
Co-branded credit cards almost never offer 0% APR on purchases for cardholders. Starbucks credit card is not an exception. If you need this feature you'd better consider getting a regular credit card, that may offer not only 0% intro APR on purchases but even decent rewards and no annual fee.
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