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Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

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Just received an email from Chase offering a balance transfer at 0% through May 2014 or 1.99% through November 2014. I feel kinda special :smileyhappy:  Or has everyone gotten this?

 

 

"You make smart choices about handling money every day. And now, because of your good credit, we can offer you one more smart choice.  Transfer your higher-rate balances from store, credit or gas cards to your Chase credit card today.   A balance transfer to Chase can help lower your interest payments and reduce the number of bills you have to pay. With a low rate,* you could save money every month during the promotional period. We're offering these low promotional rates for a limited time.  By transferring higher-rate balances, you'll have more financial flexibility. That means whatever opportunities come your way, you will be in a better position to take advantage of them. Get started today before this promotion expires."

 

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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

Which card is this offer for? Slate? Freedom?




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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

I got one last year for 12 months 0% on my Freedom card.  

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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

I get BT offers/checks from my chase amazon card quite frequently. I've basically SDd the card since I got my Freedom+CSP+Slate. I'll move my CL from the Amazon the next time I apply for another chase card. 


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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.


kilj0y wrote:

Which card is this offer for? Slate? Freedom?


The offer is available for any one of my Chase cards; CSP, United Explorer Plus and Freedom.

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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

Are you needing a particular time frame for a BT?




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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.


LS2982 wrote:

Are you needing a particular time frame for a BT?


Not really LS.  Just felt good to get noticed by Chase.  I'll probably transfer a small balance from Citi.  All other balances I carry are 0% finance cards.

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Re: Chase 0% or 1.99% balance transfer offer.

I get those offers frequently but I pass unless there is a $0 bt fee.

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