Category Archives: Balance Transfer Offers

Citi Platinum Select, Diamond Preferred: 0% on Balance Transfers for 21 Months

Citi is currently offering 0% intro APR on balance transfers for 21 months and 0% intro APR on purchases for 12 months on both the Citi Platinum Select and Citi Diamond Preferred Card. There is a 3% balance transfer fee with a $5 minimum and no cap.

See the following links for more information:

Update: Please note that the previous promo has ended. Please click here to view the current promo for the Citi Platinum Select card or here for the current promo for the Citi Diamond Preferred Card.

BrightStar Credit Union Credit Card: 0% Balance Transfer for 6 Months, No Fees

Bright Star Credit Union offers a Cash Rewards Platinum Visa that features a 0% intro APR on balance transfers within 10 days of approval for the first 6 billing cycles of the account with no balance transfer fees or annual fees. In addition, the Cash Rewards credit card earns a 1.25% rebate on purchases, subject to a limit of $600 of rebates per calendar year.

Unfortunately, this deal is only available to those in South Florida, as you will need to visit a branch location in person. While you do not need to be a member to apply, you will need to become one to open your account. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Broward or Palm Beach Counties, Florida, and relatives of anyone who is eligible.

For more information, see this page.

Bryant State Bank Credit Card: 3.25% on Balance Transfers for 6 Months, No BT Fee

The Bryant State Bank MasterCard offers an introductory 3.25% APR on balance transfers for 6 months with no balance transfer fees; after the intro period expires, the everyday interest rate is a relatively reasonable 11.25%. Some quick simple math shows that the 3.25% intro BT for 6 months with no fees is a better deal than, say, a 0% BT for 6 months with a 3% uncapped fee.

This is not a rewards card, and it does carry a $20 annual fee. However, one other “feature” that may make this card more attractive to some is that the issuer claims only a “fair” credit score is required for acceptance.


Priceline Rewards Visa: 0% BT for 9 Months, Plus Up to $50 Bonus and Barclays recently introduced the new Priceline Rewards Visa Card. Not surprisingly, it is most suitable for users, but it also carries an intro 0% balance transfer offer for 9 months (max fee of $50) that will appeal to a wider audience.

The card comes in two versions: one version carries an $29 annual fee while the other does not. The $29 annual fee card offers a $50 bonus after your initial purchase, while the no-fee card offers a $25 initial purchase bonus.
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Citi Diamond Preferred, PremierPass Cards: 0% on Balance Transfers for 12 Months, No Fee

Citi has a few no balance transfer fee promos still out there. The Citi Diamond Preferred Card has an offer for 0% APR on balance transfers for 12 months with no balance transfer fee on the initial BT. The Citi PremierPass card also offers 0% APR on balance transfers for 12 months with no balance transfer fee on the initial BT, plus 0% on purchases for 12 months.

Here is the link.

Enter offer code 851 for the Diamond Preferred card or enter offer code 853 for the Premier Pass card. (Via FW)

optionsXpress Platinum Visa: 0% Balance Transfer for 12 Months, $75 Max BT Fee

The optionsXpress Platinum Visa offers something that very few credit cards today do: a 0% balance transfer deal with a capped fee. More specifically, it offers an intro balance transfer promo of 0% for 12 months with a 3% balance transfer fee capped at $75. In addition, the card carries no annual fee and has a reward program. is an online brokerage where you can trade options, futures and stocks. While an investment account is not necessary to obtain the credit card, you will not be able to redeem any rewards without one. Credit card holders will earn 1 point for every dollar spent and for every 1500 points accumulated, $15 can be deposited to your account, equivalent to a 1% rebate.

For more info, see this link (Many thanks to reader Mike for the tip.)

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