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Two BofA offers

Did anyone else get a recent mailer from BofA? I have the option to choose one or both.

The offers are:
0% promotional apr until 12/13
1.99% apr until march 2014

I just have to complete a balance transfer or direct deposit by April 18, 2013

I have a small balance on my CSP ($400). and ($1200) on my AMEX. Would it even be worth it to transfer over?
PenFed AMEX: $5500 | AMEX BCE: $8300 | AMEX E: $5000 | BofA BBR: $5000 | Discover It: $6500 | CSP: $11500 | CF: $5500 | Citi DIVIDEND: $5700 | CITI TYP: $4600 | BofA CR: $7500 | CAP ONE Q: $3000 |

TU: 722 / EX: 763 / EQ: 735
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Re: Two BofA offers

If you can pay it off quick then no. I ws going to do that with my discover card because they offered me a BT deal but I figured it would be payed off soon enough and sure enough it almost is and I didnt have to mess with it. 


CSP-$8700, Amex BCE-17.2k, Chase Freedom-$5700
Discover It-$6600, USAA MC-$5900 Ink Bold- $18k
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Re: Two BofA offers

Yeah I just paid off my BofA completely so I think this is a way to get more moolah. Plus I'm paying off my amex and CSP on Friday.
PenFed AMEX: $5500 | AMEX BCE: $8300 | AMEX E: $5000 | BofA BBR: $5000 | Discover It: $6500 | CSP: $11500 | CF: $5500 | Citi DIVIDEND: $5700 | CITI TYP: $4600 | BofA CR: $7500 | CAP ONE Q: $3000 |

TU: 722 / EX: 763 / EQ: 735
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Re: Two BofA offers

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I have a different 0% offer on my siggy with BOFA then you.  My offer was until 3/14 , 1.99% offer is the same but until June 14. 



TU 715 No apps to 05/13 cash+ 5/13!!! 738 TU CSP April 13!!!CSP approved May 13!!!


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