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tinycoin
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is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

I search through the internet and only see up to 12 months interest-free credit cards.

 

Just wonder is there any issuers offer up to 36 months free interest??

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MarineVietVet
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??


tinycoin wrote:

I search through the internet and only see up to 12 months interest-free credit cards.

 

Just wonder is there any issuers offer up to 36 months free interest??


Welcome to myFICO.

 

I haven't seen anything for 36 months. The most I've read about lately is a Citi card for 21 months.

 

 

 

From a BK years ago to:
EX - 9/09 pulled by lender 802, EQ - 10/10-813, TU - 10/10-774

"Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem".

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rbh
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

Yeah, Citi has the best no-interest options right now.  Never seen 36 months.

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x9j4j
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

 


Marinevietvet wrote:

tinycoin wrote:

I search through the internet and only see up to 12 months interest-free credit cards.

 

Just wonder is there any issuers offer up to 36 months free interest??


Welcome to myFICO.

 

I haven't seen anything for 36 months. The most I've read about lately is a Citi card for 21 months.

 

 

 

From a BK years ago to:
EX - 9/09 pulled by lender 802, EQ - 10/10-813, TU - 10/10-774

"Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem".


+1, have a Citi and lovin it.

 

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cdtotten
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

I don't think you will ever find a company willing to extend terms like that again. It was amazing 3-5 years ago when companies would offer 0% for life on a balance transfer, but just don't see that happening anymore, unless a 7-10% fee upfront.


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JagerBombs89
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

Penfed's promise card is offering the following: (not what your looking for but is interesting)

 

For a limited time, take advantage of our fee-free promotional balance transfer offer of 4.99% APR for the life of the balance on transfers made now through March 31, 2010. Apply now and save – hurry this offer ends soon!

 

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score_building
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

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longest low rate CU offers:

Pen Fed: as PP

PSECU: c. 2 yrs 3.99 (No BT Fee)

 

longest 0% offers:

Discover 24 mos (5% BT fee) "Promotion only valid through February 28, 2011" 

http://www.credit.com/credit-cards/card/discover-more-card--month-promotional-balance-transfer

Citi: as PP 21 mos (3-4% BT fee) 

FICOS:
06/13 EX 765 (PSECU) EQ 771 (DCU) TU 779 (Barclays)
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score_building
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Re: is there any 0% credit cards for 36 months??

looks like Discover has a promo for 24 mos. (5% BT fee) 

FICOS:
06/13 EX 765 (PSECU) EQ 771 (DCU) TU 779 (Barclays)

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