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Slate® by Chase Introductory Offer: 0% APR for 15 Months and no Balance Transfer Fee

xkairos_hxc 262 April 29, 2012 at 04:18 PM in Finance (2) More Chase Deals
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Promoted 07-22-2013 at 09:50 AM View Original Post
Chase offers after approval the Chase Slate Card: 0% APR for 15 Months & No Balance Transfer Fee. Thanks xkairos_hxc
  • No Balance Transfer Fee - introductory offer!
  • 0% Introductory APR for 15 months on purchases
  • 0% Introductory APR for 15 months on balance transfers
  • Zero liability and Fraud Protection on unauthorized purchases
  • Add an additional card user to your Slate account at no extra cost
  • No Annual Fee

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Edited July 19, 2013 at 01:17 PM by thelnel52
Here is a link for the Chase Slate card it's 0% APR for 15 months with no balance transfer fee which is a rarity now a days.
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rep +4, never carry a balance, it's never worth paying 25% interest. Worst case scenario barrow against a car or a house, at least you're paying 3-4% interest

LMAOLMAOLMAO It's not that hard to read Smilie It is 0%
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Thank you for sharing this.
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true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
Here is we go again with the condescending my financial wit is better than yours attitude. Everybody knows carrying balance is not advisable, everybody hates carrying a balance, but guess what, life happens and sometimes you deal with it carry balance on credit cards. It is not by choice but by necessity. Jeez....vomitvomitvomitvomitvomit
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Here is we go again with the condescending my financial wit is better than yours attitude. Everybody knows carrying balance is not advisable, everybody hates carrying a balance, but guess what, life happens and sometimes you deal with it carry balance on credit cards. It is not by choice but by necessity. Jeez....vomitvomitvomitvomitvomit
sometimes you carry balance by choice and this is one of the time Smilie..Good find OP Smilie
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whts new in ths? i got 18 months 0% recentky
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whts new in ths? i got 18 months 0% recentky

Where? I neeed it xD
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Where? I neeed it xD
its in mail, pre approved
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its in mail, pre approved

Frown I never get those and the ones I do always have balance transfer fees
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Quote from gezzuzz View Post :
true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
Even if that were true, then direct deposit it in your bank and put it in a high yield savings account for 15 months, and pay it off, make some interest money.
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If you are a current chase customer and have a chase card you are trying to transfer to, be careful. They will approve you for the card but will deny you tranfer later.
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Quote from gezzuzz View Post :
true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
don't be so quick to judge.

having a 0 balance does not necessarily make you savvy. having a balance at 0% for fifteen months instead of using cash right away to pay it off makes you savvy, especially if you take that cash and invest it.

I agree that in general if you are young, don't carry a balance. on the other hand, if you reach the next stage of financial maturity, you make your cash work for you whenever you can as cheaply as possible. this card is an excellent opportunity to do that.
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#27
Just wondering how is it different from the thread few days ago from here:
http://slickdeals.net/f/3901638-Chase-Slate-NO-BT-FEE-0-APR-15-Months?v=1

I applied through above link last week and had got approved with credit limit of 9000, just wondering if I am missing anything... shake head
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LMAOLMAOLMAO It's not that hard to read Smilie It is 0%
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Did you read the thread? It's 0%

I mean in normal situations.
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rep +4, never carry a balance, it's never worth paying 25% interest. Worst case scenario barrow against a car or a house, at least you're paying 3-4% interest
I won't even ask how you borrow against your car to pay off a credit card... but you do realize, of course, that not everyone owns a house and/or is willing to go through the hassle of getting a HELOC (and a 3% HELOC isn't typical anyway, these days it's closer to 5%). And it should go without saying that not everyone pays 25% interest, either. All but one of mine are half of that, the worst being an Amazon Visa that's 16% and always gets paid off before any interest charges accrue.

The useful advice is to point out that you shouldn't carry large balances for long periods of time, unless of course you're forced to because of an emergency... not that this is exactly news, everyone knows this already. If you're not in an emergency situation and you still are paying through the nose for interest, you need to curb your spending habits.
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Thanks OP. Got approved instantly. I hadn't come across any "no balance transfer fee" cards in a while.
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