The application lists a 36 month financing offer which presumably you probably need great credit for, as do have.
Get 36-month, no-interest financing on all items at Everyday Best Prices.
Offer applies only to qualifying purchases made with Ethan Allen Finance Plus Card. No interest will be charged on promotional purchases; 36 fixed monthly payments equal to 2.778% of promotional purchase required until promotional purchase is paid in full. Payment will be rounded to next highest whole dollar and may be higher than minimum payments required if purchase was nonpromotional. Regular account terms apply to nonpromotional purchases. New account purchase APR: 29.99%. Minimum interest charge: $2.00.
The problem is there are no rewards that APR outside of the promotion is 29.99%.
Would it be more beneficial to apply for a Visa card that gives 0% and some sort of new account rewards bonus? (cash or miles)
Since the furniture purchase will be upwards of $5000 (at least) for the pieces I would get from Ethan Allen, any bonus that requires $X in purchases, that requirement would be easily filled. The downside is those cards have shorter 0%. Assume the purchase would be paid off in around a year and a half to 2 years.