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Thursday, March 01, 2012

Discover's Most Popular 0% Card Leaves The Market

*No balance transfer fee* zero percent introductory APR credit card from DiscoverDiscover's $0 Balance Transfer Fee credit card, which was the most popular 0% credit card on this site last month, is no more. This particular offer ended @ the end of February, 2012. It was an extremely popular offer, garnering lots of interest from credit consumers all over the country.

As a company, Discover totally "gets it." Essentially, Discover does business in accordance with the following guiding premise:

Provide top notch customer service, and include as much value as possible, like the best cashback rewards program in the American market and generous 0% intro APR periods, and consumers will beat a path to our door.

Yep.

The demise of Discover's no fee balance transfer card is a lamentable event, no doubt. It's always sad when a great deal goes away.

But don't fret. There are still some great credit-card offers out there from some of America's most reputable banks.Slate credit card from Chase bank, featuring a zero percent introductory interest rate, and no balance transfer fee

Chase's new no transfer fee, 0% intro APR card is still available. This latest evolution of the SlateĀ® card offers a zero percent introductory interest rate on both new purchases and balance transfer for 15 months, with no balance transfer fee.

The above Chase Slate card was the third most popular card on the www.BalanceTransfer.cc site during February 2012. The #2 card was Discover's 18 Month Promotional Balance Transfer credit card, which offers a zero percent introductory rate on transferred balances for a very attractive 18 months. Despite the 3% transfer fee, this card is still an excellent value. It includes a zero percent introductory rate on new purchases for 6 months.

CitiĀ® still has serious contenders in the 0% credit card game. There are 4 Citi credit cards that offer a zero percent rate on both introductory transfers and new purchases for 18 months, with a 3% transfer fee. You can review these Citi cards, and all the best 0% credit cards in the current market right here.


I see Discover introducing a new $0 Balance Transfer Fee card in the near future.


We're always on the lookout for the best credit-card deals in the USA. Enjoy...and stay tuned.

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