Wells Fargo Health Advantage®

A credit card with budget flexibility for health care expenses

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You get budget flexibility for healthcare expenses by using the Wells Fargo Health Advantage credit card* (*click here for credit costs and terms). The combination of special terms promotions and a new lower variable rate of 9.99% APR* (*click here for credit costs and terms) makes this card an attractive alternative to other potentially higher-cost payment options.

Always ask your caregiver what financing promotions are available to you. These promotions may allow you to spread the cost of your treatment out over time to fit your monthly budget. And remember, because the Wells Fargo Health Advantage credit card is a revolving line of credit, you can use it over and over again as you need it at dental, veterinary, vision, or audiology offices that accept the card.

Benefits include:

  • Special financing plans allowing you to pay over time
  • Easy-to-understand monthly statements
  • Manage your credit card account and make your monthly payments online
  • Revolving line of credit that you can use over and over again
  • Low variable Annual Percentage Rate (APR)+

For budget-friendly healthcare payment options, use the Wells Fargo Health Advantage credit card* (*click here for credit costs and terms).

*The Wells Fargo Health Advantage credit card is issued with approved credit by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. For newly opened accounts, the APR for Purchases is 9.99%. This APR may vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate and is given as of 01/01/2015. If you are charged interest in any billing cycle, the minimum interest charge will be $1.00. See your healthcare provider for details.

+Wells Fargo reserves the right to change terms, rates and fees, at its discretion in accordance with the credit card agreement and applicable law. We apply payment amounts equal to or less than the Minimum Payment Due at our discretion. Payments made in excess of the minimum payment will generally be applied to balances with higher APRs first before balances with lower ones.