Find Out Which Cards Still Have Balance Transfers

- Jun 28, 2020 Covid-19, Credit Cards0 comments

0% APR balance transfers impacted by Covid-19

American Express, Chase, and Capital One, have completely removed 0% APR balance transfers. 0% APR on balance transfers would allow one too transfer an existing balance to a card which does not charge interest on balances. That allows the card holder to pay up their balance at a slower pace without having to pay interest. With Covid-19 still around, the banks have their own balances adding up and do not want to deal with other’s balances too. Some banks have therefore stopped these offers.

Where you can still receive balance transfer 0% APR

There still are some cards with intro 0% APR balances transfers. Here’s a complete list:

Bank of America

Barclays

Citi

Citizen

Discover

Others

US Bank

Wells Fargo

We would advise you to grab a offer (if needed) while they still last

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