april-balance transfersThis spring, credit card users are going all out to cut their interest payments and get out of debt. As the economy starts to pick up, more credit card users are looking to balance transfer offers with 0% APR financing so they can eliminate their interest costs. Without interest payments, they can pay off their credit card debt even sooner than they hoped.

Here are some of the top 0% APR balance transfer offers for April of 2014:

Chase Slate® and Chase Freedom®

Both of these cards feature 15 months of 0% APR financing on both new purchases and balance transfers. The Chase Slate® card is unique in that it has no balance transfer fee. In fact, Slate is currently the only credit card on the market with 0% APR financing on balance transfers and no balance transfer fee. [click to continue…]

studentStudents who use credit cards have unique requirements. First, they need a product that they can be approved for, as young adults will have less of a credit history than most applicants. Next, they will want a relatively simple card with no annual fee. Finally, they will enjoy some rewards for the kinds of spending they do most.

Discover it® for Students

This card has many of the features students are looking for. For example, it comes in a special version for students that has less stringent qualifications. Cardholders also earn 1% cash back on all purchases, and 5% rewards on up to $1,5000 spent on categories of purchases that change each quarter. Students can keep track of their FICO scores every month as they are included on their statements. [click to continue…]

Chase Annual Exclusives Bonus

April 16, 2014
Chase Annual Exclusives Bonus

The is one of the most popular reward cards offered. It features 1% cash back on all purchases, or 5% bonus cash back on up to $1,500 spent each quarter at qualifying merchants. But what few people know is that Chase also offers a 10% annual Exclusives bonus when cardholders have both a card a […]

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Rewards Pro – Start Booking The 2014 Holidays This Spring

April 14, 2014
Rewards Pro – Start Booking The 2014 Holidays This Spring

Amongst my family and friends, I am known as the guy that can help you travel for free. Yet every year, people try to get me to help them book a last minute trip over the holidays. Often, there is not much that I can do. How to book an award trip There are three […]

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Advantages Of The Citi Platinum Select/ AAdvantage Card

April 11, 2014
Advantages Of The Citi Platinum Select/ AAdvantage Card

The world of frequent flier miles has been turned upside down in the last few year. First, airlines went on a merger spree, and there are far fewer remaining. The surviving carriers then decided to devalue their mileage programs by offering fewer miles for flights and/or requiring more mile for award seats. Throughout this time, […]

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Why Citi Simplicity Is Best For Those Who Struggle With Credit Cards

April 9, 2014
Why Citi Simplicity Is Best For Those Who Struggle With Credit Cards

Credit card users often have a mixed relationship with their cards. They love the convenience and security, but they hate the high interest rates and punitive terms. Citi has created their in order to give these kind of credit card users a break. How Simplicity Works New cardholders start off with a break from interest […]

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Is The Chase Freedom The Best In Class?

April 7, 2014
Is The Chase Freedom The Best In Class?

The , the , and the are all similar cards. Each offers 1% cash back on all purchases, or 5% bonus cash back for purchases from select categories of merchants that change each quarter. So when choosing one of these cards, it helps to consider the benefits of one card over the others. Why the […]

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Great Cards With No Foreign Transaction Fees

April 4, 2014
Great Cards With No Foreign Transaction Fees

Credit card issuers typically impose a 3% foreign transaction fee on all charges processed outside of the United States. This fee serves little purpose considering that card issuers receive highly favorable inter-bank exchange rates, so the transfer is merely an arithmetic calculation. Thankfully, many card issuers are offering an increasing variety of cards without these […]

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