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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

New Card from Chase: 15 Month Zero Percent Intro APR, with No Balance Transfer Fee

Slate credit card from Chase, featuring a zero percent introductory interest rate, and no balance transfer feeChase has a new version on their Slate card that offers a zero percent introductory interest rate on both new purchases and transferred balances for 15 months, with no balance transfer fee. This new card is the second card listed on our No Fee Balance Transfer page.

Great news, especially for those still loaded with Christmas shopping-related credit-card debt.

Actually, it's great news for just about anyone who's currently paying interest on any credit-card balance.

Even better: no "limited-time" attached to this new Chase offer, so this one is probably going to be around for a while.


To review other attractive credit-card offers from Chase, check out this page.

As always: enjoy! And stay tuned.

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Sunday, February 05, 2012

Citi's Best 0% Cards Bumped Down to 18 Month Zero Percent Intro APR Period On Transferred Balances and New Purchases

Citi Balance TransferCiti® bounced back into the 0% credit card game with some great offers recently. The following cards were offering a zero percent introductory interest rate on balance transfers and new purchases for a extremely attractive 21 months. These cards offered so much value that we felt that, despite a 3% transfer fee, they deserved to be list on our no fee balance transfer page.

Today's news: Citi has decided to scale back these offers. All 4 cards now offer zero percent intro APR on new purchases and balance transfers for 18 months, with the same 3% balance transfer fee.

Still a great value? Yes.

These cards are:


Enjoy...and stay tuned.

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