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    #1

    pay with/by cash. pay with/by credit card

    1. I will pay for it with cash.

    2. I will pay for it by cash.

    3. I will pay for it with credit card.

    4. I will pay for it by credit card.


    Which are correct?

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    #2

    Re: pay with/by cash. pay with/by credit card

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. I will pay for it with cash.

    2. I will pay for it by cash.

    3. I will pay for it with credit card.

    4. I will pay for it by credit card.


    Which are correct?
    "I will pay (for it) in cash."
    "I will pay (for it) by (credit/debit) card."
    These are the most common in my experience.

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