Keep in mind the high cost of a credit card cash advance.The average APR on such a transaction is 23.68 percent, according to a 2017 survey by Credit In addition, you’re likely to be charged an ATM fee from your bank plus a surcharge from the company that owns the ATM.
Ryan Deberardinis / Eye Em/Getty Images You’ve probably heard this priceless slogan before: “There are some things money can’t buy.
That’s nearly eight percentage points higher than today’s average credit card APR.
It’s a pricey way to play because most credit cards charge interest on cash advances immediately after the advance is issued.
For everything else there’s Mastercard.” Well, it’s not exactly true.
It turns out there are some things credit cards won’t buy.