You might be considering the Goodyear credit card. Keep in mind that unless you plan on buying a lot of Goodyear tires, you may not see the benefits from Goodyear. Credit cards (as we all know) have their good and bad points, and like most credit card options, the bad typically outweigh the good. Nevertheless, here are some of the things to consider:
Ok, with all that said... we all know we shouldn't use a credit card unless we absolutely have to. Sometimes the benefits and/or convince is huge (like air miles) and it's worth it. If you carry a balance this card you'll be charged an APR of about 25% (OUCH!!!). They boast of low monthly payments, but you'll never pay the card off if you choose that option.
More of the bad stuff... if you're late on payment of your Goodyear credit card you'll get hammered with late fees. Here's the fees for late payment at the time of this review:
So our advise is to use one of your lower interest rate cards if you have one. If you ALWAYS pay your balance off, and you love Goodyear tires, then the benefits and convince of this credit card may be good for you.
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