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Balance Transfers - How Many? - Chase vs Citi - Which is a better option?

Hello Everyone,

 

I have a few questions regarding which would be a better option.  We would like to consolidate a few of her credit card balances into either a citi diamond preferred or a chase slate credit card.  It seems they are offering some good 0% introductory rates on balance transfers with no interest for 18 months.  She does have good credit.  Here are the questions I have.

 

Which one would you go with?  Citi Diamond Preferred or Chase Slate?

How many different credit cards can she consolidate?

Can she consolidate one of my credit card balances on her card?

 

Any other information you may think is useful would be apprediated.  Thanks for the help.

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