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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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#61
Quote from Eagles89 View Post :
Is this really that great of a deal? Most cards offer 0% balance transfer for 18-24 months with a 3% transaction fee. Assuming you get a 10,000 credit line, you are not going to save that much.
If you took out 10k, you'd save $300 on a BT fee ... that's a pretty big amount
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#62
those people getting approved for around 9k, what is your average income? Obviously the more you make, the higher the limit, vice versa.
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#63
Quote from Eagles89 View Post :
Is this really that great of a deal? Most cards offer 0% balance transfer for 18-24 months with a 3% transaction fee. Assuming you get a 10,000 credit line, you are not going to save that much.
In your example it would be $300 savings on the BT fee alone. I'll PM you my PayPal details so you can send me money. LMAO
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#64
Quote from lololololololol View Post :
If you took out 10k, you'd save $300 on a BT fee ... that's a pretty big amount
Except you can get 0% for a longer period with the cards where you pay the 3% fee. I've seen some balance transfer offers for as long as 24 months for 0%.
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#65
Quote from gezzuzz View Post :
true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
Agreed. And seriously, not sure how this is a SD considering I get 40 of these offers a week. I didn't think it was that rare of a thing.
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#66
Quote from Eagles89 View Post :
Except you can get 0% for a longer period with the cards where you pay the 3% fee. I've seen some balance transfer offers for as long as 24 months for 0%.

If you're doing this as a interest free loan, those extra 9 months aren't going to make up the $300 you'd lose from a 3% transfer fee

If you're doing it to save money on interest charges on other cards, still better to take this and if after 15 months it's still necessary, transfer it to another card with a BT fee, those are a dime a dozen. Plus you'd pay off your debt in those 15 months making the BT fee the second time smaller than it would be.
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#67
This is an awesome deal. I jumped on it back in December. Helps those of us that DO carry balances (at 0% interest, of course.)
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#68
Quote from z4m View Post :
3 people with credit lines in and round 9-10K. That's a positive sign. How are your credit scores - good (700-725) or excellent (726+)?

Thanks!

Both of our scores are in the 740-750 range.
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#69
Quote from lololololololol View Post :
If you're doing this as a interest free loan, those extra 9 months aren't going to make up the $300 you'd lose from a 3% transfer fee
I don't think you understand the implications here. If I can get a 24-month 0% balance transfer with 3% fee on the cards that I already have, that is a much better deal than signing up for a new credit card and causing a "credit inquiry" on my credit report.

It seems silly to get this card to save money on the balance transfer fee (which would only save you like $100 when you factor in the fact you can get a longer 0% balance transfer with paying the 3% fee).

If I wanted to sign up for a new credit card, I'd rather take advantage of cards that give you airline miles worth $500+.
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#70
Quote from btcharpied View Post :
Agreed. And seriously, not sure how this is a SD considering I get 40 of these offers a week. I didn't think it was that rare of a thing.
Do you really get no-balance-transfer-fee offers even once a month? I wish I was on the mailing list you're on.
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#71
Quote from gezzuzz View Post :
true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
unforutnuately hardcore slickdealers do lol
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#72
Quote from gezzuzz View Post :
true slickdealers dont carry a balance..
Are you kidding? 0% interest is FREE MONEY!

Er, well, i mean 'free money that you have to give back once it's done being free!!'
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#73
Eagles89, just stop talking. You're almost as bad as the poster earlier in the thread complaining about someone else's logic.

Ignore all the morons, OP, great deal and thanks for the post. Anyone who thinks they can do better should simply use those magical deals they are talking about and leave everyone else alone.

Repped +4 and Thumbs Up.
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#74
Approved with 16k LOC. Credit score 773. Thanks OP.
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#75
I need to pay someone cash. Is there a fee for that?
How do you get cash with the card?
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