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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR

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hemi961 wrote:
Ameriprise: 4.5%.

Chase: 13.24%


Zoinks!  another prime plus zero!?  lemme guess you never carry balances, seems like the only way to get that treatment.

 

is ameriprise considered major issuer?

Message Edited by score_building on 09-10-2009 07:27 PM
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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR


score_building wrote:

hemi961 wrote:
Ameriprise: 4.5%.

Chase: 13.24%


Zoinks!  another prime plus zero!?  lemme guess you never carry balances, seems like the only way to get that treatment.

 

is ameriprise considered major issuer?

Message Edited by score_building on 09-10-2009 07:27 PM

 

Ameriprise used to be part of Amex, if I am not mistaken, so I think they are considered prime. 
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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR


score_building wrote:

hemi961 wrote:
Ameriprise: 4.5%.

Chase: 13.24%


Zoinks!  another prime plus zero!?  lemme guess you never carry balances, seems like the only way to get that treatment.

 

is ameriprise considered major issuer?


Ameriprise is a uber prime card is offered through (of all places) BarclayCard and issued by Ameriprise Bank, FSB. It is a hot product:

 

http://banking-credit.ameriprise.com/debit-cards-credit-cards/

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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR

Chase 4.24%, Cap One 17.99% (but if you count store cards, then Macy's is 23.99%)
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About the opposite of mine: CapOne 5.99%, Chase 24.24%.

 

I'm actually paying neither. I just BTed the CapOne balance to another Chase on a 2.99% for 18 months promo. The Chase Card was zero bal as it should be at a 2-digit interest rate. I did take advantage of 4.99% BT with no fee for 2 years and paid off something at a higher rate.

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addison 5.24%

juniper 27.99 %


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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR

lowest - us bank visa 5.99%.  any purchases over $2000 with my us bank premiere loc visa get a 4.25% apr

highest - bofa 16.99%

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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR

Lowest:

1) Chase: 7.99%

2) NFCU: 9.xx%

 

Highest:

1) American Eagle Charge card: 29.99%

2) BofA: 16.5% 

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Lyythine wrote:

Lowest:

1) Chase: 7.99%

2) NFCU: 9.xx%

 

Highest:

1) American Eagle Charge card: 29.99%

2) BofA: 16.5% 


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Re: lowest vs. highest regular purchase APR

Lowest:  Ameriprise 7.0%

Highest: Chase 18.25%

 

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