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Thursday, January 04, 2007

New Offer Added: The Pulaski Bank Visa Gold Card

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0% Intro APR balance transfer deals are great, but feeless (as in no transaction fee for transferring credit card balances) zero percent deals are even better -- much better! If you are partial to no-fee, zero percent intro APR offers, then we have some great news for you: we've researched and reviewed the Pulaski Bank Visa Gold Card, and added it as a recommended credit card here Key benefits:

  • 0% Intro APR on transferred balances for 6 billing periods
  • No balance transfer fee
  • No annual membership fee
  • A very competitive "go to" rate (FYI: the go to rate is the credit card's annual percentage rate that takes effect once the interest-free period ends.)

It would nice if the zero percent intro APR feature associated with the Pulaski Bank Visa Gold Card included new purchases (à la the Discover Platinum card and the American Express INSIDE Rewards cards, et al.), but it doesn't.

However, it's important to note that the current "go to" rate with this card is highly competitive at 9.5% -- that's a mere 1.25% above the current U.S. Prime Rate. Compare the Pulaski Visa Gold's go to rate to this website's #1 choice: the Discover Platinum card, which has a go to rate as low as 10.99%.

If you decide to signup for the Pulaski Bank Visa Gold Card -- or if you already have one in your purse / wallet -- please feel free to post a review of the card by clicking the "comments" link below. Thanks!

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