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Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

How low is yours? Discover advertises 10.99%+ however some people have reported as low as 7.99%. I'm curious how low they can go especially on Citi TY and CSP cards, mine are 13.99% and 15.24% respectively.

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

State Department Federal Credit Union (SDFCU) offers rewards with a card as low as 6.99 APR.

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

and as far as citi TY cards...from what I've heard thank you points aren't worth anything anyways :smileytongue: 

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

Wife's TYP is 10.24%, but she PC'd to this and the APR stayed the same. I was surprised, since the application said it would by 15 something. She also has an Amex clear at 6.99% that is left over from some promotion years ago. I don't know if you consider that a rewards card, although she does get an Amex GC every time she spends $2500.

In wallet: Ink Plus 10k, AMEX TE 25k. In bag: CSP 16k, USAA WMC 15k, Hyatt 13k, United MPE 12k, AMEX HHonors 3k. In SD: Cap 1 QS 5k, Discover IT 7k. FICO 08 says my EQ is now 844, was 510 in 2010.
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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

my chase freedom apr is 9.79%


BofA visa $9.4k ... BofA Cash Rewards visa sig $10k ... Cap 1 Venture1 visa sig $10k ...
Chase Freedom visa $10k ... Macy's $1.5k ... Macy's Amex $5k ... Sam's Club $6.3k
myFICOs as of 3/25/14:...EX=809 .... EQ=802....TU=787
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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

Citi Thank You Preferred 6.74 %

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

Damn...Im getting jealous now...my lowest APR (not counting 0% intro) is 13.24%...which is also an intro with my WF card. 

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

 


Benton wrote:

State Department Federal Credit Union (SDFCU) offers rewards with a card as low as 6.99 APR.


I have to say i never heard of that card but i have to say i might apply No foreign transaction fees and low apr and no fee, yea the points i would just get gift cards but still seams like a very nice card. 

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

Who around here shops for the cost of cash when looking for a card? The same way you do for a car loan or mortgage?

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Re: Lowest APR on Rewards Cards

US Bank Cash + card 7.99%

AMEX Platinum, AMEX Blue cash (10k), AMEX Delta (10k), US Bank Premier Line (14.5k), US Bank Cash + (7.5k), Chase Freedom (5k), Fred Meyer Rewards Visa (7.5k), US Bank Flex Perks Travel Rewards (5k), Discover IT (9.5k), Chase Sapphire Preferred (8k), Alerus Financial Visa Signature issued by Elan (10k), BofA Cash Rewards (10k), Citi Thankyou Pref (6.5k) TU FICO Score = 807, EQ FICO Score = 780, EX FICO Score = 780,
CreditKarma score = 785, CreditSesame score = 773, Vantage = 903
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