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Slate® by Chase Intro Offer: 0% APR for 15 Months & No Balance Transfer Fee EXPIRED

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Chase Slate Card has an Introductory Offer of 0% APR on Balance Transfers and Purchases for 15 Months and No Balance Transfer Fee for 60 days. Thanks yuugotserved

Benefits:
  • $0 Intro balance transfer fee for the first 60 days your account is open. After that, the fee for future transactions is 5% of the amount transferred with a minimum of $5.
  • 0% Intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers. After that, 16.49% - 25.24% variable APR.
  • See monthly updates to your FICO® Score and the reasons behind your score for free
  • No Penalty APR – Paying late won't raise your interest rate (APR). All other account pricing and terms apply
  • $0 Annual Fee
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Slate® by Chase Introductory Offer

0% APR on Balance Transfers and Purchases for 15 Months and No Balance Transfer Fee for 60 days

Benefits:
  • $0 Intro balance transfer fee for the first 60 days your account is open. After that, the fee for future transactions is 5% of the amount transferred with a minimum of $5.
  • 0% Intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers. After that, 16.49% - 25.24% variable APR.
  • See monthly updates to your FICO® Score and the reasons behind your score for free
  • No Penalty APR – Paying late won't raise your interest rate (APR). All other account pricing and terms apply
  • $0 Annual Fee
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great way to consolidate debt for 0% and crush it over 15 months
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My guess would be the 0% balance transfer fee. This is the only card I've seen in the last couple of years with that offer. Would apply except I already have the card. This is a no brainer if you can handle the hard pull and don't mind opening up another credit line.
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no cash back & no rewards, this is good only for $0 Balance transfer fee and 15 months 0% Interest.
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great way to consolidate debt for 0% and crush it over 15 months
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How is this as a credit card after the 0% offer? Cash back? Rewards?
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I thought this was the normal offer? What's the special perk offered here versus normally? I'm interested in taking advantage of this card to consolidate some debt but was going to wait until next month to apply.
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I thought this was the normal offer? What's the special perk offered here versus normally? I'm interested in taking advantage of this card to consolidate some debt but was going to wait until next month to apply.

My guess would be the 0% balance transfer fee. This is the only card I've seen in the last couple of years with that offer. Would apply except I already have the card. This is a no brainer if you can handle the hard pull and don't mind opening up another credit line.
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Had one with the same offer, closed it in mid 2014 after 15 months expired. Anyone knows if I can apply for it again? Or do I have to wait 1 or 2 years after closing like the rewards cards?
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Had one with the same offer, closed it in mid 2014 after 15 months expired. Anyone knows if I can apply for it again? Or do I have to wait 1 or 2 years after closing like the rewards cards?
I think most chase cards are around 6 months or so and you can apply again, so wouldn't hurt to try.
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Had one with the same offer, closed it in mid 2014 after 15 months expired. Anyone knows if I can apply for it again? Or do I have to wait 1 or 2 years after closing like the rewards cards?
Yes you can apply again. I have done in past and got it approved
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How is this as a credit card after the 0% offer? Cash back? Rewards?
no cash back & no rewards, this is good only for $0 Balance transfer fee and 15 months 0% Interest.
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For those that don't have any debt to transfer, how have you maximized the use of this card?
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no cash back & no rewards, this is good only for $0 Balance transfer fee and 15 months 0% Interest.
^^ what he said. Absolutely no reason to keep this card after the 15 mo expire. Cxl and then wait for the offer to spring up again. Free money!
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For those that don't have any debt to transfer, how have you maximized the use of this card?
Big ticket purchase with 0% financing for 15 months. I trust Chase more than I would Best buy, other big box retailers for financing, etc.
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Also, building credit, as 15 months is long enough to build up your credit score and won't ding you when you close it after. Of course, this also depends on your existing credit utilization among other factors so YMMV
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