Credit Cards – Balance Transfer with 0% APR


Life was good in the Gogo 80s.

Same goes this time around.

The new millennium is good save for a dry spell in September 2008 and the March of 2020.

Credit Cards

If you are carrying too much credit card debt and you are trying to slim down a bit, please look at your outstanding debt and see what type of interest rate you are on.

Company Card Name Intro APR Ongoing APR Annual Fee Link Description
Discover Cash Back 0% on Purchases for 6 months and 0% on Balance Transfers for 18 months 13.49% – 24.49% Variable APR 0 Link
Most balance-transfer cards don’t give you much of a reason to hold on to them after the 0% period ends.

The Discover it® Balance Transfer is a noteworthy exception.

Get it for the lengthy 0% period for transfers, keep it for the cash-back rewards.

Citibank Citi Simplicity Card 0% APR for 21 months on balance transfers 15.74% – 25.74% (Variable) 0 Link
No late fees, no annual fee, and no penalty rate.

5% fee on transferred balances.

Bank of America BankAmericard® credit card 0% on Purchases for 18 billing cycles and 0% on Balance Transfers for 18 billing cycles for balance transfers made in the first 60 days 14.49% – 24.49% Variable APR 0 Link
The BankAmericard® credit card has a superb 0% introductory APR period for both purchases and balance transfers.
Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Platinum card 0% intro APR for 18 months on purchases and qualifying balance transfers 16.49% – 25.99% Variable APR 0 Link
The Wells Fargo Platinum card isn’t flashy, nor does it aim to be. It just gives you a nice, long 0% introductory period for a $0 annual fee.
U.S. Bank U.S. Bank Visa® Platinum Card 0%* on purchases and balance transfers for 20 billing cycles* 14.99% – 24.99%* Variable APR 0 Link
The lengthy introductory 0% APR periods for both purchases and balance transfers on the U.S.

Bank Visa® Platinum Card give you plenty of time to pay down new and old debts interest-free.

Key Points


  1. Credit Card Approval
    • Status
      • If Approved
        • Will know right away
      • If in Review
        • Will be advised that Application decision will come via U.S. Mail in the next 7 to 10 business days

Individual Credit Card


Discover Cash Back

  1. Balance Transfer
    • Intro fee of 3% of the amount of each transfer for transfers that post to your account in the next three months with the 0% intro APR balance transfer offer described above.
    • After that, 5% of the amount of each transfer.


US Bank

US Bank – Platinum Credit Card




Citi Simplicity

  1. Balance Transfer
    • Fees
      • Upon transfer of balance, a 5% charge is added on to the transferred Balance
    • Timeliness
      • Waiting Period
        • 14 days after opening your account
      • Processing Time
        • Takes about 7-10 days to process
  2. Late Fees
    • No Late Fees on late payments
  3. Cash Advances
    • Relative to purchases, cash advances are not charged higher interest rate


Wells Fargo

Platinum Card

  1. Balance Transfer
    • Fees
      • Introductory fee of either $5 or 3% of the amount of each balance transfer, whichever is greater, for 120 days from account opening.
      • After that, up to 5% for each balance transfer, with a minimum of $5.
  2. Penalty Fees
    • Late payment
      • Up to $37
    • Returned Check or Returned Payment
      • Up to $37
  3. Cash Advances
    • Either $10 or 5% of the amount of each advance, whichever is greater.



Citi Simplicity

  1. Elizabeth Aldrich
    • Citi Simplicity® Card Review: A Balance Transfer Credit Card With No Late Fees
      Date Published :- Jan. 28, 2020


    • The Ascent
      • Matt Frankel, CFP
        • The Ascent’s picks for the best credit cards for March 2020
          • Profile
            • A credit card can be a great way to build credit, earn rewards on every purchase, and even avoid interest charges on purchases and balance transfers.
          • Links
  2. NerdWallet
    • Claire Tsosie
      • 10 Best Balance Transfer and 0% APR Credit Cards of March 2020
        • Profile
          • A balance transfer allows you to move high-interest debt onto a credit card with a lower rate — often 0% for well over a year. Transferring a balance to one of these cards can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in interest, money you can apply toward getting out of debt sooner.
        • Links


Often by the time we think of these things it is too late.

If it is that way for you, please get somebody else to look on your behalf.

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