Category Archives: Chase

Slate from Chase: 0% for up to 15 Months, No Balance Transfer Fees

Looking for a good balance transfer card? Chase just introduced the best balance transfer deal that has been offered in a while–when you apply for Slate from Chase, you can now enjoy an intro 0% for up to 15 months on both purchases and balance transfers with no balance transfer fees during the first 30 days your account is open. The card also does not carry an annual fee.

For more info or to apply, see this link:
Slate from Chase – 0% for 15 Months with No Balance Transfer Fees

Cash Back Bonus Calendar 2012

2012 Credit Card Cash Back Bonus CalendarFor the most part, Chase Freedom, Discover More and Citi Dividend have released details of the 5% rotating bonuses that they will be offering in 2012. If you have one of these cards, you can already sign up for your first quarter bonus program. The chart below summarizes the quarterly bonuses available for each of these cards and should give you an idea of how to maximize your cash back.
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Slate from Chase: 0% on Balance Transfers for 12 Months, No Fees

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

Existing Southwest Credit Card Members: Free 1,000 Points YMMV

Southwest Airlines Credit CardIn an effort to educate cardmembers on how to redeem their rewards points, Southwest is offering those who have its credit card 1,000 bonus points to watch a short video describing the process. At the end of the video (roughly 2 and a half minutes), you’ll be asked for your Rapid Rewards number and the last four digits of your credit card number.

Assuming your credit card account is open and in good standing, the 1,000 bonus points should post in 6 to 8 weeks. And while not everyone has reported success in getting the bonus points, it seems like the majority of cardholders are eligible, so it is definitely worth checking out.

Link (Via FW)

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