The Premier OD Business Credit Card
The AOA Card pays for itself in benefits alone, but it's also designed to help better manage your practice:
- Keep track of your spending in one, modern, user-friendly dashboard
- Issue new cards to employees, set spending permissions and use secure virtual cards for online purchases
- Get access to a Vendor Negotiations Specialist that will help you to get deals on your vendor contracts
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What AOA member-owned business can take advantage of the AOA Business credit card?
- Any business entity owned by an AOA member, regardless of affiliation with optometry, including:
- An Independently owned practice of optometry with one or more locations including operating under contract with a separate corporate entity.
- A group owned private practice with one or more locations
- An Optometry / Ophthalmology practice
- A doctor-owned corporation for real estate holdings
- A doctor-owned optical lab and or optical dispensary
- Any AOA-affiliated State Association
Take back your valuable time and money and focus on the aspects of your practice that you love the most.
1 2% back in rewards on all purchases, no cap on rewards. You will not earn rewards on returned, disputed, or fraudulent transactions. We will reverse rewards associated with the return, credit or adjustment. Rewards points can be converted on the platform for use in a variety of different purchases.
Concentrate on your patients. We’ll take care of the rest.
Call us at 314-403-7579 Monday thru Friday 8am-8pm EST & Saturday-Sunday 9am-8pm EST to learn more about The AOA Card and have any questions answered.
Receive up to $972 in AOA fees reimbursed via points when you spend $15,000 or more within the first 4 months after card activation.
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