Chase just introduced a new offer on its Slate from Chase card: for a limited-time, you’ll get a 0% intro APR for up to 12 months with no balance transfer fees during the first 30 days your account is open. In addition, the card carries no annual fee.
While Slate from Chase doesn’t come with any rewards for spending, you wouldn’t want to make any purchases on it during the intro balance transfer period anyway. After you’ve taken advantage of the initial no fee balance transfer and the intro period is over, you can convert it to a rewards earning card such as the Chase Freedom.
Update 2/7: This Slate offer has expired. To view the current Slate from Chase offer, please see this link.
For more info on this Slate from Chase offer, see the link below:
Slate from Chase – No Balance Transfer Fees
Looking for a deal on a balance transfer? The good news is that there are much better deals available now compared to a year ago. The bad news is that some of the best offers are not open to everyone.
With that in mind, here’s a list of credit cards currently offering the best balance transfer deals:
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Due to the success of the 4.99% balance transfer for life promo on the PenFed Promise card, PenFed has extended this offer to all of its credit cards for a limited time.
Balance transfers made between April 1, 2011 and June 30, 2011 on eligible PenFed credit cards, including the PenFed Premium Travel Rewards American Express Card and the Platinum Cashback Rewards card, will qualify for a 4.99% APR for the life of the balance transfer with all balance transfer fees waived. Balance transfers from other PenFed credit cards, loans and/or lines of credit are not eligible for this promotion.
For a limited time, Navy Federal Credit Union is offering a 0% fixed intro APR on balance transfers for 12 months with no balance transfer fees. This offer is valid for balances transferred from other card issuer accounts and cannot exceed $30,000.
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Just a friendly reminder: Discover’s promo of 0% on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months with no balance transfer fees is expiring in just a few days on February 28, 2011. If you want to take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to jump on it soon.
While the number and quality of balance transfer offers has been increasing lately, it has been a while since there’s been a notable lifetime balance transfer deal. For a limited time, the PenFed Promise Card offers a promotional balance transfer deal of 4.99% APR for the life of the balance on transfers made now through March 31, 2011 with no balance transfer fees.
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BB&T is offering its Visa Platinum credit card with an intro 0% APR on both purchases and balance transfers for 6 months. Most importantly, there is no balance transfer fee if the transfer is initiated less than 90 days after the account has been opened. After that period, a 3% fee with a min of $10 and max of $99 will be charged.
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In addition to its 24 month 0% balance transfer offer, the Discover More card has another limited-time promo which may be more attractive: an intro 0% APR on both balance transfers and purchases for 12 months with no balance transfer fees. As usual, the Discover More card has no annual fee and earns 5% cashback in categories that rotate every quarter.
This promotion is only available through February 28, 2011.
For a limited time through February 28, 2011, the Discover More Card is offering a 0% intro APR on balance transfers for 24 months with an uncapped balance transfer fee of 5%. In addition, the promo offers a 0% intro APR on purchases for 6 months. There is no annual fee.
To apply or for more information, see this link.
The Citi Platinum Select MasterCard is now offering an intro 0% APR on balance transfers for 24 months and 0% APR on purchases for 12 months. The initial balance transfer can be performed anytime within 4 months of account opening. There is a 3% balance transfer fee with a minimum of $5. There is no annual fee.
Link: Citi Platinum Select card application
Update: Please note that the previous promo has ended. Please click here to view the current promo for the Citi Platinum Select card.