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0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Do these still exist? Does Navy do these. I need one with a $20k limit to absorb a personal loan w PSECU at 10.9%

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Chase Slate?

 

I have wonderd, but never asked, if any Bank will waive or lower the fee ever

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Chase Slate indeed has no BT fee during the first 60 days.

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Other than the Slate that was mentioned already I can't think of any that offer no BT fee and 0% intro APR on BT's, I know Barclay has a card(Ring, I think) that offers no BT fee with an APR of like 8%.

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

You're probably asking about 0% APR and no balance transfer fee cards. Navy Federal CU has promotions periodically for this and also mails out targeted offers with new credit card applications. Alliant CU also offers this for new credit card accounts.

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Chase Slate is the best BT card IMO.

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Re: 0 BT Fee Credit Card Transfers

Coastal FCU in NC has a  0 BT fee, 0% interest card for BT greater than $600, but the balance has to be paid off in 6 months. It's called the Big Ticket card.

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