Making a balance transfer to another credit card can be an effective way to pay down credit card debt. If you’re currently paying a lot of interest each month on a current balance, it can feel like an uphill battle as you make a payment each month. A balance transfer option can allow you to...
In this Miles to Memories roundup we'll look at recent eBay portal changes in the gift card category, utilizing 0% interest & no fee balance transfers, a new spending offer for HHonors Reserve cardmembers and more. The post eBay Portal Changes, Using No Fee Balance Transfers to Make Money, HHonors Spending Promo & More! appeared first on Miles to Memories.
Google is rolling out an update to its wallet service that let’s users set up recurring bank transfers to Google Wallet. The company made the initial announcement in a blog post. Google said that there would be no fees or minimum balance requirements in order to set up the a regular transfer. Plus, regardless of whether Google’s digital wallet is […]
Our Barclaycard Ring credit card review: You want to avoid carrying a balance on credit cards, but sometimes you can't avoid it. The Ring card offers a low regular APR, no balance transfer fee, and 1 percent cash back on transferred balances to save interest when you can't pay off your credit card in full. Show More Summary
You should always eat healthy meals, exercise every day, and pay your credit card statements in full each month. But just as we might not follow every recommendation for living a healthy life, most Americans tend to carry a balance and are paying credit card interest every month. Show More Summary
Are you currently struggling to keep up with your credit card minimum payments? Are you paying interest in the 14.99% to 24.99% (or higher) range? You need to pay attention. Did you know you can get a 0% loan for 12 months? Imagine what dropping your interest rate down to 0% could do for your [...]
We're thrilled to present this smart Business Insider story here on Savvy! Credit card companies may be targeting consumers with great credit with a host of new perks recently, but CreditCards.com warns against falling for 0% balance...Show More Summary
In my review of the best credit cards for 2012, I lamented the fact that for the most part, no credit cards waive balance transfer fees in their introductory offers. In years gone by, some cards offered no-fee 0% APR introductory offers on balance transfers, and offers like these can, if used properly, go a [...]Show More Summary
If you knew you could use a credit card to finally get out of debt forever, would you be interested in learning more about it? The very thing that has cost you thousands in interest could end up being the lifeline that pulls you out of debt. Whether you overspent for a recent celebration, have [...]
Earlier this year, Discover launched a no balance transfer fee credit card offer that was available for a full three months, an unexpected offer given the trend towards increased balance transfer fees following the recession. Credit cards with these attractive balance transfer offers are generally the least profitable for card issuers, and it had been [...]Show More Summary
Occasionally, Get Rich Slowly will feature reviews that alert you to new product offerings that you may be interested in. While we haven’t covered a specific credit card offer in a while, this afternoon we’re alerting you to a limited-time offer that has just been released by Chase: a 0% Balance Transfer Offer with no [...]
One of the latest credit cards to make a splash in the world of plastic transactions is the Citi Simplicity card. With a long introductory period for the 0% APR on purchases and balance transfers, and no over the limit fees or late payment fees, Citi Simplicity offers something unique in the credit card universe. [...]Show More Summary
Here are several of my favorite balance transfer credit cards over in the Outlaw card offers portal at the moment: -- Discover More Card with 0% intro APR for 15 months on new balance transfers and purchases. No annual fee, and thisShow More Summary