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Capital One® Quicksilver® Cash Rewards Credit Card

 

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  • Introductory APR 0% intro on purchases for 15 months and 0% intro on balance transfers for 15 months
  • Rewards Rate Unlimited 1.5% Cash Back on every purchase, every day
  • Regular Purchase APR 15.49% - 25.49% (Variable)
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Mastercard®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online
  • One-time $150 cash bonus after you spend $500 on purchases within 3 months from account opening
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, every day
  • No rotating categories or sign-ups needed to earn cash rewards; plus, cash back won't expire for the life of the account and there's no limit to how much you can earn
  • 0% intro APR on purchases for 15 months; 15.49%-25.49% variable APR after that
  • 0% intro APR on balance transfers for 15 months; 15.49%-25.49% variable APR after that; 3% fee on the amounts transferred within the first 15 months
  • Pay no annual fee or foreign transaction fees

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BankAmericard® credit card

 

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  • Intro Balance Transfer APR 0% Intro APR for 18 billing cycles for any balance transfers made in the first 60 days
  • Intro Purchase APR 0% Introductory APR on purchases for 18 billing cycles
  • Regular APR 14.49% - 24.49% Variable APR on purchases and balance transfers
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Mastercard®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online or call 800-483-4499
  • 0% Introductory APR for 18 billing cycles for purchases, and for any balance transfers made in the first 60 days. After the intro APR offer ends, 14.49% - 24.49% Variable APR will apply. A 3% fee (min $10) applies to all balance transfers
  • No annual fee
  • No penalty APR. Paying late won't automatically raise your interest rate (APR). Other account pricing and terms apply
  • Access your FICO® Score for free within Online Banking or your Mobile Banking app

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Discover it® Balance Transfer

 

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  • Introductory APR 0% for 18 months on balance transfers & 0% for 6 months on purchases*
  • Rewards Rate Earn 5% cash back on everyday purchases at different places each quarter up to the quarterly maximum, when you activate*
  • Ongoing APR 13.49% - 24.49% Variable*
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Discover

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  • INTRO OFFER: Discover will match ALL the cash back you've earned at the end of your first year, automatically. There's no signing up. And no limit to how much is matched.
  • Earn 5% cash back on everyday purchases at different places each quarter like grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, select rideshares and online shopping, up to the quarterly maximum when you activate. Plus, earn unlimited 1% cash back on all other purchases - automatically.
  • Redeem cash back any amount, any time. Rewards never expire.
  • 100% U.S. based customer service.
  • Get your free Credit Scorecard with your FICO® Credit Score, number of recent inquiries and more.
  • Get an alert if we find your Social Security number on any of thousands of Dark Web sites.* Activate for free.
  • No annual fee.
  • See Rates & Fees

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Chase Freedom Unlimited®

 

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  • Introductory APR 0% for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers
  • Sign-up Bonus $150 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening. Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases.
  • Regular APR 16.49% - 25.24% Variable
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Visa®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online
  • Earn a $150 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening.
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases.
  • 0% Intro APR for 15 months from account opening on purchases and balance transfers, then a variable APR of 16.49 - 25.24%.
  • 3% intro balance transfer fee when you transfer a balance during the first 60 days your account is open, with a minimum of $5
  • No annual fee
  • No minimum to redeem for cash back
  • Cash Back rewards do not expire as long as your account is open

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Bank of America® Travel Rewards Visa® credit card

 

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  • Rewards Rate Earn unlimited 1.5 points per $1 spent on all purchases
  • Intro Purchase APR 0% Introductory APR on purchases for 12 billing cycles
  • Regular APR 16.49% - 24.49% Variable APR on purchases and balance transfers
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Visa®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online or call 800-775-8735
  • Earn unlimited 1.5 points per $1 spent on all purchases, with no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees and your points don't expire
  • 25,000 online bonus points after you make at least $1,000 in purchases in the first 90 days of account opening - that can be a $250 statement credit toward travel purchases
  • Use your card to book your trip how and where you want - you're not limited to specific websites with blackout dates or restrictions
  • Redeem points for a statement credit to pay for flights, hotels, vacation packages, cruises, rental cars, or baggage fees
  • 0% Introductory APR for 12 billing cycles for purchases. After the intro APR ends, 16.49% - 24.49% Variable APR will apply
  • If you're a Preferred Rewards member, you can earn 25% - 75% more points on every purchase

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Bank of America® Cash Rewards credit card - $200 Cash Rewards Offer

 

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  • Intro Purchase APR 0% Introductory APR on purchases for 15 billing cycles
  • Intro BT APR 0% Intro APR for 15 billing cycles for any balance transfers made in the first 60 days
  • Regular APR 15.49% - 25.49% Variable APR on purchases and balance transfers
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Mastercard®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online or call 800-716-6383
  • No annual fee
  • $200 online cash rewards bonus after you make at least $1,000 in purchases in the first 90 days of account opening
  • Earn 3% cash back in the category of your choice, 2% at grocery stores and wholesale clubs (up to $2,500 in combined choice category/grocery store/wholesale club quarterly purchases) and unlimited 1% on all other purchases
  • 0% Introductory APR for 15 billing cycles for purchases, and for any balance transfers made in the first 60 days. After the intro APR offer ends, 15.49% - 25.49% Variable APR will apply. A 3% fee (min $10) applies to all balance transfers
  • No expiration on rewards
  • If you're a Preferred Rewards member, you can earn 25% - 75% more cash back on every purchase

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Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card

 

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  • Intro Purchase APR 0% intro on purchases for 12 months
  • Rewards Rate 1.25 Miles per dollar on every purchase, every day
  • Regular Purchase APR 14.49% - 24.49% (Variable)
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Visa®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online
  • $0 annual fee and no foreign transaction fees
  • Earn a bonus of 20,000 miles once you spend $1,000 on purchases within 3 months from account opening, equal to $200 in travel
  • Earn unlimited 1.25X miles on every purchase, every day
  • Travel when you want with no blackout dates and fly any airline, stay at any hotel, anytime
  • Miles won't expire for the life of the account and there's no limit to how many you can earn
  • Transfer your miles to over 15+ leading travel loyalty programs
  • Enjoy 0% intro APR on purchases for 12 months; 14.49% - 24.49% variable APR after that

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Chase Freedom®

 

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  • Sign up Bonus Earn a $150 Bonus after spending $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening.
  • Introductory APR 0% Intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months
  • Regular APR 16.49% - 25.24% Variable
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Visa®

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  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online
  • Earn a $150 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases in bonus categories each quarter you activate. Enjoy new 5% categories each quarter!
  • Unlimited 1% cash back on all other purchases - it's automatic
  • 0% Intro APR for 15 months from account opening on purchases and balance transfers, then a variable APR of 16.49 - 25.24%.
  • 3% intro balance transfer fee when you transfer a balance during the first 60 days your account is open, with a minimum of $5.
  • No annual fee
  • Cash Back rewards do not expire as long as your account is open and there is no minimum to redeem for cash back.
  • Free credit score, updated weekly with Credit Journey?

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Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card

 

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  • Rewards Rate Earn 3X points on eating out, ordering in and popular streaming services, 3X points on gas stations, rideshares and transit, and 3X points on travel including flights, hotels, homestays and car rentals. Earn 1X points on other purchases.
  • Introductory APR 0% for 12 months on purchases and qualifying balance transfers
  • Ongoing APR 15.49%-27.49% (Variable)
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand American Express

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  • Earn 20,000 bonus points when you spend $1,000 in purchases in the first 3 months - that's a $200 cash redemption value
  • $0 annual fee and no foreign currency conversion fee
  • Earn 3X points on eating out and ordering in
  • Earn 3X points on travel including flights, hotels, homestays and car rentals
  • Earn 3X points on gas stations, rideshares and transit
  • Earn 3X points on popular streaming services
  • Earn 1X points on other purchases
  • Select "Apply Now" to learn more about the product features, terms and conditions
  • See Rates & Fees

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Wells Fargo Platinum card

 

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  • Introductory APR 0% for 18 months on purchases and qualifying balance transfers
  • Low Fees Enjoy $0 Annual Fee
  • Ongoing APR 16.99%-26.49% (Variable)
  • Annual Fee $0
  • Credit Needed Excellent/Good
  • Card Brand Visa®

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  • Pay down balances instead of interest with Wells Fargo's longest intro APR
  • $0 Annual Fee
  • Get up to $600 protection on your cell phone (subject to $25 deductible) against covered damage or theft when you pay your monthly cellular telephone bill with your Wells Fargo Platinum card
  • Easy access to your FICO® Credit Score with Wells Fargo Online®
  • Zero Liability protection for promptly reported unauthorized transactions
  • Convenient tools to help create a budget and manage your spending with My Money Map
  • Select "Apply Now" to learn more about the product features, terms and conditions
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Low Interest Credit Cards: Frequently Asked Questions

How are interest rates set by credit card issuers?

Credit card issuers are legally required to list the interest rates on their offers so consumers can vet this information before they apply. These terms may be stated clearly on the advertisement pages for credit cards you find online, but you can also find them listed on your card statement, buried in credit card’s terms and conditions pages or the cardholder agreement page.

Most credit card interest rates are determined using the prime rate, which is based on the Federal Reserve’s federal funds rate. For example, your credit card issuer may decide your interest rate is 14% plus the prime rate. If the prime rate was 5% at the time, your credit card’s interest rate would be 19%. This is why credit card interest rates rise and fall when the Fed raises or lowers the prime rate, which makes it hard to predict what your rate may be several months or years from now.

Also note that many credit card issuers assign different interest rates to different consumers based on their credit rating and other factors. That’s why you may seem some credit cards advertise a range of APR's before you apply, such as “17.99% to 25.99% depending on your creditworthiness.”

What is a variable interest rate?

Most U.S. credit cards today come with variable interest rates, meaning their interest rates can and do go up and down over time when the Federal Reserve raises or lowers the prime rate. A variable interest rate can be acceptable in a low-interest rate environment, but variable rates can make the monthly payment on your credit card — and the total cost of servicing your debt — unpredictable.

What is the average interest rate on a credit card?

According to the most recent data from the Federal Reserve, the average interest rate on new credit card offers, store cards and existing cards that accrue interest can be found on the CompareCards statistics page.

What is considered a low interest rate?

One interesting fact about credit cards is that, although you can qualify for a lower interest rate if you have good credit, many cards aimed at consumers with excellent credit still charge high APRs. This is especially true among rewards and travel credit cards that come with a lot of perks. For example, the popular Chase Sapphire Reserve® comes with an APR between 18.49% - 25.49% Variable.

Considering the average credit card APR is currently 16.91% for new credit card offers, any rate below that may be considered "low" or a good rate. Keep in mind, however, that some credit cards come with much lower variable rates for those who qualify.

If your goal is saving as much as you can on interest interest payments, you may also want to consider cards that offer 0% APR on purchases for a limited time. If you’re able to pay off your debt during that time, you can avoid interest charges on your purchases altogether.

Some introductory 0% APR credit cards also extend the benefit to balances transferred from other credit cards, paving the way for you to consolidate your debts, save on interest and pay down debts faster. Balance transfer credit cards can assess a balance transfer fee between 3-5% of the amount transferred, but know there are some balance transfer cards that don’t charge that fee.

How you can avoid paying credit card interest altogether?

While a low interest credit card can help you save money on interest over time, there is one tried-and-true method that can help you avoid paying any interest on your credit card bills. Because credit card interest is applied to balances left over after your billing statement closes and your payment due date has passed, you can avoid interest by paying your credit card balance in full every month.

Some additional tips that can help you avoid credit card interest and long-term debt include:

  • Set your credit card up for auto payments: Setting your credit card up for automatic payments ensures you’ll pay your balance in full each month or at least the minimum payment so you don’t miss a payment. You can typically set up automatic payments through your bank or via your credit card’s online account management page. To make this strategy work, you need to make sure you always have enough money to cover your bill in the bank account you use for autopayments.
  • Only charge purchases you can afford to pay off: If you’re worried you’ll spend more than you can repay with your credit card, make it a habit to only use your card for purchases you know you can pay off. This can include items you plan to purchase anyway, such as groceries or gas. You can also set up automatic payments on your card for your cellphone, streaming subscriptions and insurance payments — purchases you are accustomed to making each month.
  • Pay your credit card bill more than once per month: If you want to stay on top of your credit card balances, you can also consider paying them off more than once per month. Most credit card issuers allow you to make multiple payments on your card throughout the month, and you can typically do so through your credit card’s online account management page.
  • Use a credit card in conjunction with a monthly budget: Another trick to avoid overspending with credit cards is using your card in conjunction with a monthly budget that sets spending caps in popular categories. If you budget $700 per month for groceries, for example, you would use your credit card for those purchases, track them online, then stop buying food once your monthly allotment in each category is gone. A credit card can actually be a valuable tool if you use a monthly budget since your purchases are easy to track using your credit card’s mobile app or your online account.
  • Pick up an introductory 0% APR credit card: Also consider credit cards that offer an intro 0% APR on purchases or balance transfers for a limited time. Just remember that these introductory offers don’t last forever, and that your credit card APR will eventually reset to the regular ongoing rate.

How is interest calculated on monthly credit card bills?

While credit card interest rates are advertised as APRs, or annual percentage rates, credit card interest is actually calculated on a daily basis. To figure out how your interest rate applies to your credit card balance, there are a few steps to take.

  • Step 1: Convert your APR to find your daily interest rate. You’ll do this by dividing your credit card’s APR by 365, or the number of days in a year. If your APR is 23.99%, for example, you would divide that percentage by 365 and find that your daily interest rate is 0.0657%.
  • Step 2: Find your average daily balance. You can determine your average daily balance by adding up the unpaid balances each day in your billing cycle then dividing the total by the number of days in your billing cycle. If your average daily balance worked out to $1,000 and your billing cycle lasts 30 days, your average daily balance would obviously be $1,000.
  • Step 3: Calculate how much interest you’ll be charged. Once these other details are worked out, you can take steps to calculate how much interest you’ll be charged. Using the numbers above, you would use the following formula:
    • 0.0657% daily interest rate x $1,000 average daily balance x 30 days = $19.72 in interest charges for one 30-day billing cycle

How do 0% APR offers work?

When it comes to low interest credit cards, it’s hard to beat the value offered by 0% APR offers. There are two types of cards that fall into this category you should be aware of:

  • Introductory 0% APR offers for balance transfers: Some credit cards that offer a promotional 0% APR only extend this benefit to balances transferred from other credit cards. For example, you might be approved for a 0% APR on balance transfers for 15 months or 21 months, although you should know your interest rate will reset to the regular ongoing rate after your introductory offer is over. Also note that many introductory 0% APR credit cards charge a balance transfer fee upfront. This fee is usually equal to 3-5% of the balance you transfer, or $300 to $500 for every $10,000 in debt you move to your new intro 0% APR credit card, which is added to the amount transferred.
  • Introductory 0% APR offers for purchases: Some intro 0% APR credit cards offer this benefit for purchases, meaning you’ll pay no interest on your purchases during the introductory offer period. These offers are also limited in scope, usually lasting anywhere from 9 to 18 months before your interest rate resets to the regular ongoing rate, which is then applied to any remaining balance.

Also note that some introductory 0% APR credit cards waive interest charges on both purchases and balance transfers for a limited length of time. Make sure to compare intro 0% APR credit cards in terms of the length of their offers, the variable APR you’ll be charged thereafter, rewards schemes and other factors before you sign up.

How does your credit score affect your card's interest rate?

Having a solid credit score gives you the potential to qualify for the lowest interest rates credit cards offer. A high score can also improve your chances at qualifying for a credit card in the first place — particularly when it comes to travel credit cards or other premiums cards geared to consumers with good credit.

Generally speaking, credit cards with the best rates and terms tend to go to those with FICO scores that are “very good” or “exceptional,” or any score over 740. A “good” score, or any FICO score between 670 and 739, makes you an acceptable borrower, meaning you may or may not get the best interest rates available.

A “fair” score, or a score between 580 and 669, typically means you’ll pay a higher interest rate when compared with peers with better credit.

It’s also important to know that any score of 579 or below means you have poor credit and a poor chance at getting approved for an unsecured credit card.

It’s important to note that even though you may have an excellent credit score, you’re not guaranteed to be approved for a card’s lowest APR. The issuer takes into account a variety of factors besides your credit score in determining what your APR will be.

Can you negotiate a lower credit card interest rate?

The short answer to this question is “yes.” In fact, a recent study from CompareCards.com revealed that 8 in 10 consumers who asked for a lower interest rate on their credit card were successful in the past year.

Unfortunately, not enough people take the time to negotiate a more affordable rate. CompareCards.com figures show that only 1 in 5 cardholders bothered asking their card issuer.

If you prefer to keep the credit card you have, but wish that your interest rate was lower, you have nothing to lose by picking up the phone to ask. Call your credit card issuer and make your case for a lower interest rate, and you may find they are happy to oblige.

How to pick a low interest rate credit card

There is an array of low interest credit cards to choose from, but you should take the time to compare offers before you decide. Some come with intro 0% APR offers that can help you save on interest charges initially, but others come with lower ongoing rates. You’ll also want to consider cardholder benefits, any sign-up bonuses and rewards programs to see how they stack up. Here are some factors to consider as you pick a low interest credit card.

  • Do you want 0% APR? If so, decide whether you need 0% APR on purchases, balance transfers, or both. Look for a credit card with the longest introductory 0% APR offer you can find. If you’re transferring balances over from other high-interest debts, also make sure to factor any balance transfer fees.
  • Compare fees and interest rates. Speaking of fees, also watch out for annual fees, late fees and any other fees credit cards can charge. You’ll find those charges typically listed on a card’s online offer page, which is sometimes found under “pricing and information” or “pricing and terms” links. Also look for a card with the lowest ongoing APR you can find.
  • Consider rewards programs and consumer benefits. Some low interest credit cards let you earn cash back or travel rewards for each dollar you spend. Many also come with consumer benefits, such as travel insurance, extended warranties or purchase protection. Make sure the low interest credit card you end up with offers the rewards and benefits you are most interested in.
  • Check your credit score. Since credit cards with the best rates and terms typically go to consumers with good or great credit, it makes sense to check your credit score before you apply. If your credit isn’t as great as you think, you may wind up with a high APR card or not getting approved at all.

0% Credit Cards & Interest Free Credit Cards

Low interest rate (or 0%) credit cards can save you hundreds of dollars on balance transfers and on routine purchases carried over as credit card balances. Or you may simply want to be rewarded with a preferential interest rate as acknowledgement for good credit history and responsible debt management. Whatever your goals or motivation, zero percent or low interest credit cards can help you maintain the lowest rates available to individuals with excellent to good credit. You can find out more about credit score here.

Keep in mind that there are two main categories of low rate credit cards, namely those that offer a Variable APR and those that give you a Fixed APR.  Just like with variable versus fixed rate mortgages, a fixed rate APR will remain relatively stable through the course of the loan. If your card company decides to raise it – which is somewhat rare – they will first notify you of that change according to Federal law requirements. With a variable rate, your APR is tied to a prevailing rate such as the Prime Interest Rate. If the prime rate increases then your APR will most likely follow in a similar fashion.

Generally speaking, credit card companies and banks will extend either 6 or 21 month offers – within the 0% to 3.99% annual interest rate range. That can generate a considerable discount when normal APRs are averaging around 15% or higher. Once the introductory promotional period expires, the APR on a low interest credit card or interest free credit card may revert to the regular interest rate. Of course the ideal balance is a credit card that offers a great near term rate followed by an attractive, competitively priced low interest rate for the long term.

The interest rate charged on your credit card is widely regarded as the single most important component of your card. That’s because it determines the major cost for you to borrow or roll over balances and pay them off over time instead of all at once or within the same month that you make purchases. That’s why getting a zero percent or low interest credit card can be huge financial boon, no matter what your credit card usage patterns or money management strategies may be.

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