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NAVY 0% BT IS BACK!!!!!!

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NAVY 0% BT IS BACK!!!!!!

Try This Big, Low-Rate Offer

 

When you consolidate credit card balances from other financial institutions onto a new or existing
Navy Federal credit card, the savings really add up. Plus, you'll save even more because we 
don't charge a balance transfer fee. You pay absolutely nothing to transfer your balance!

Members opening a new Navy Federal credit card:
  • Get a 0% fixed intro APR* on balance transfers for 12 months.
  • After that, a variable rate between 7.99% APR–18% APR applies.

 

Members transferring balances to an existing 
Navy Federal credit card:
  • Get a 0% fixed APR* on balance transfers for 12 months.
  • After that, your current standard variable purchase rate will apply.

 

Hurry! Offer ends February 28, 2013.

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Re: NAVY 0% BT IS BACK!!!!!!


NinComPoop wrote:

Try This Big, Low-Rate Offer

 

When you consolidate credit card balances from other financial institutions onto a new or existing
Navy Federal credit card, the savings really add up. Plus, you'll save even more because we 
don't charge a balance transfer fee. You pay absolutely nothing to transfer your balance!

Members opening a new Navy Federal credit card:
  • Get a 0% fixed intro APR* on balance transfers for 12 months.
  • After that, a variable rate between 7.99% APR–18% APR applies.

 

Members transferring balances to an existing 
Navy Federal credit card:
  • Get a 0% fixed APR* on balance transfers for 12 months.
  • After that, your current standard variable purchase rate will apply.

 

Hurry! Offer ends February 28, 2013.


 

Important to remember that the BT card should be one you do not use for other daily purchases.

 

If you carry a balance -- even at 0% -- any new purchases automatically incur interest from date of posting.  Always good to have at least two Navy Federal cards: one for the frequent BT offers and one for your normal daily use. 

Valued Contributor

Re: NAVY 0% BT IS BACK!!!!!!

Thank you for this info!   I very seldomly use balance transfers, but I currently don't use my NavyFed card for anything and it has a $0 balance.  I might as well use it.

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