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0% APR + Cash Bonus - Which Card

So I am looking for my final  credit card, at least for the next 8 years or so.

 

I am looking for a card that offers a long 0% APR, around 15 months, and a cash bonus when signing up.

 

Freedom has 15 months and $100 sign up but unfortunately if you're a chase member you don't qualify. 
AMEX has blue cash which is 15 months and $250 but Im already a Blue Cash card holder.

Theres slate and citi diamond preferred and discover it which offer long 0% but they offer zero cash back.

Any ideas? Should I wait out for a offer to pop up? If I call AMEX, do you think they would make an exception and give me that 15 month perk (with or without cashback) on my existing card? A guy can dream right? hahah.

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Re: 0% APR + Cash Bonus - Which Card


MDfan90 wrote:

So I am looking for my final  credit card, at least for the next 8 years or so.

 

I am looking for a card that offers a long 0% APR, around 15 months, and a cash bonus when signing up.

 

Freedom has 15 months and $100 sign up but unfortunately if you're a chase member you don't qualify. 
AMEX has blue cash which is 15 months and $250 but Im already a Blue Cash card holder.

Theres slate and citi diamond preferred and discover it which offer long 0% but they offer zero cash back.

Any ideas? Should I wait out for a offer to pop up? If I call AMEX, do you think they would make an exception and give me that 15 month perk (with or without cashback) on my existing card? A guy can dream right? hahah.


If you're a freedom holder already you don't qualify, any other chase product and you still do. 


   3/12 $3500     6/12 $1200      10/12 $1500   12/12 $3400    6/13 $12000      7/13 $5000      7/13 $2500       8/13 $2000    8/13 $6000

  | CSP (AU) $12,000 | Amex PRG (AU) | United $6,000 | OCCU $12,000 | Ink Bold | GM $3,200 | DCU $7500 | Luthansa $9000 | SPG $6,000 | Citi AA Executive $11,000 | Ink Plus $5,000                                                                         | EX 2/7 697 | EQ 10/27 721 | TU 12/15 719 |

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Re: 0% APR + Cash Bonus - Which Card

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