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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Discover Most Popular 0% Card Gets Another Month

Right now, and by a wide margin, Discover's most popular no balance transfer fee zero APR credit cardthe most popular 0% card we recommend is Discover's No Balance Transfer Fee 0% credit card, that offers a zero percent introductory interest rate on both new purchases and transferred balances for 12 months, with no balance transfer fee.

This hot offer was originally slated to last until the end of January 2012. But Discover has opted to extend the offer. You can now apply for this card until the end of February (February ends on the 29th this year.)

Enjoy....and stay tuned.

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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Discover's New No Fee Balance Transfer 0% Credit Card

no fee balance transfer credit cardGreat news: Discover has just released a new 0% credit card that features 0% intro APR on both new purchases and transferred balances for 12 months, with no balance transfer fee.

One caveat: if you want to take advantage of this offer, don't delay. It's set to expire at the end of this month (January 31, 2012.) Hopefully, Discover will choose to extend this hot offer beyond January, but there's no way to know for sure.

As we predicted, 0% credit card deals keep getting better as the economy slowly improves. Enjoy....and stay tuned.

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