02-01-2013 04:50 PM
I received another offer in the mail to apply for Chase Slate Card with 0% intro APR for 9 months, $0 annual fee and limited time $0 intro balance transfer fee.
I was wondering if Slate is a better card than Freedom? Which card is easier to get approved for?
02-01-2013 06:40 PM
02-01-2013 10:31 PM
The Slate will be easier for approval since it offers no rewards and is basically good for the 0% interest. In your current situation, you should NOT apply for anymore chase cards right now given the fact that you have only had the Chase SW card for 2 months and already carry a large balance on it. In their eyes, they will see that as a bad thing.
02-02-2013 06:35 AM
02-02-2013 06:49 AM
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