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Chase BT offer,

Guess paying off my balance spurred Chase's interest. They're offering a BT with no transaction fee. The rate, 6.99%, stays in effect until 1/2013. I have to take the offer by 9/30/11 and the amount I BT cannot exceed $1600.  Anyone get a similar offer? Not sure I should take it.


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Re: Chase BT offer,

I believe I got something similar, but I tore it up and threw it out... I don't have much use for BTs however, as the card they were referencing already handles the bulk of my spending and a BT of $50 off my AmEx just doesn't sound terribly inticing.

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@kc12286 wrote:

Guess paying off my balance spurred Chase's interest. They're offering a BT with no transaction fee. The rate, 6.99%, stays in effect until 1/2013. I have to take the offer by 9/30/11 and the amount I BT cannot exceed $1600.  Anyone get a similar offer? Not sure I should take it.


I recieved a similiar offer except it was 0% no interest until 2013. I paid down my balance recently and cut up my chase amazon card. I don't plan on using it for a while. 

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@iirundis05 wrote:

@kc12286 wrote:

Guess paying off my balance spurred Chase's interest. They're offering a BT with no transaction fee. The rate, 6.99%, stays in effect until 1/2013. I have to take the offer by 9/30/11 and the amount I BT cannot exceed $1600.  Anyone get a similar offer? Not sure I should take it.


I recieved a similiar offer except it was 0% no interest until 2013. I paid down my balance recently and cut up my chase amazon card. I don't plan on using it for a while. 


You offer was considerably better. Good for you for cutting up the card! 

I paid mine down more than a month ago but I got hit with that nice "residual interest" surprise. They waived it and it finally posted zero today. It felt real good. I do think it's amusing that the day my account posts zero, I get a BT offer.

 

I have two high balance cards, but both have decent APRs attached to them so I'll leave them be.

 


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