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Whats the Best Card I can get

I'm on 80000 fixed income with a  credit score of 832. Need it more to transfer a balance want to keep the interest rate pretty low.

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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

holy cow!

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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

It all depends what you really looking for and what you really need.
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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

I need it more to transfer a balance. I would be nice to have maybe no intrest for a short length of time.

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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

Welcome to the forum 

Barclay ring is a low APR card 

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

Barclay ring would be the best I think it's 7.5% you might want to check what their promo is right now.
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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

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if you need it for less than 15 month maybe Chase Slate? (intro offer)

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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get

Citibank have 18 moths no interest which better than other credit offer.
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Re: Whats the Best Card I can get


kampfer09 wrote:
Citibank have 18 moths no interest which better than other credit offer.

Also 0 balance transfer like Slate? 

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Longer term but Chase BT fee is 0%. Depends on how much OPs transferring for the 3 extra months plus their BT fee

Edit: lg you beat me to it. Lol

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