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Credit card fee survey 2011: Find your card's fees

Table lists fees from cards issued by 50 largest banks, credit unions

By CreditCards.com staff

For the CreditCards.com/Bankrate.com credit card fee survey, we looked at 66 cards from the 50 biggest credit card lenders from banks and credit unions. This year, we also looked at the fees of 15 secured cards.

FIND YOUR CREDIT CARD'S FEES
Affinity FCU Classic credit card FNB Omaha Platinum credit card
Affinity FCU Platinum credit card HSBC Platinum credit card
America First CU Classic (no annual fee) credit card Intrust Bank Platinum credit card
America First CU Classic (with annual fee) credit card M and I Marshall Platinum credit card
America First CU Classic Rewards credit card Michigan State Platinum credit card
America First CU Platinum Rewards credit card Navy FCU Platinum credit card
American Express Blue credit card Patelco CU Classic credit card
American Express Clear credit card Patelco CU Gold credit card
Arizona FCU Platinum credit card Penn State Employees CU Classic credit card
Bank of America BankAmericard Platinum credit card Pentagon FCU Gold credit card
Baxter (BCU) Platinum credit card Pentagon FCU PenPromise Standard credit card
BBVA Coompass Platinum credit card Pentagon FCU Standard credit card
BECU (Boeing Employees) Classic (Rewards option available with $25 fee) credit card PNC Bank Platinum credit card
Capital One Classic Platinum credit card RBS Citizens Bank Platinum card
Capital One Platinum Prestige credit card Redstone FCU Classic credit card
Capital One Standard Platinum (Average Credit) credit card Redstone FCU Platinum credit card
Chase Platinum Slate credit card San Diego County CU Platinum credit card
Citibank Platinum Select credit card Security Services FCU Classic credit card
Columbus Bank and Trust Platinum credit card Security Services FCU Gold credit card
Delta Community Credit Union Classic credit card Simmons First National Bank Classic credit card
Delta Community Credit Union Gold credit card Simmons First National Bank Gold credit card
Delta Community Credit Union Platinum credit card Simmons First National Bank Platinum credit card
Digital FCU Classic credit card State Employees FCU Classic credit card
Discover More credit card State Farm Bank Classic credit card
Fifth Third Bank Platinum credit card Suncoast Schools CU Classic (Starter Card) credit card
First Hawaiian Bank Classic credit card UMB Bank Platinum credit card
First Hawaiian Bank Gold credit card US Bank Platinum credit card
First Tennessee Bank Classic credit card Virginia Credit Union Gold credit card
First Tennessee Bank Platinum credit card Virginia Credit Union Platinum credit card
First-Citizens Bank and Trust Platinum credit card VyStar CU Classic credit card
FirstMerit Corp. Classic (Fixed) credit card VyStar CU Gold credit card
FirstMerit Corp. Classic (Variable) credit card Wells Fargo Platinum credit card
FirstMerit Corp. Platinum credit card Wescom CU Platinum credit card
SECURED CARD FEES
AmeriCU secured credit card Navy FCU secured credit card
Bank of America secured credit card Redstone FCU secured credit card
BBVA Compass secured credit card San Diego FCU secured credit card
Capital One secured credit card Suncoast Schools FCU secured credit card
Citibank secured credit card The Golden 1 CU secured credit card
Digital FCU secured credit card US Bank secured credit card
Fifth Third Bank secured credit card Wells Fargo secured credit card
GTE FCU secured credit card Source: CreditCards.com/Bankrate.com survey, May 2011

See related: Despite predictions, credit card annual fees haven't returned, Secured credit cards help rebuild credit -- for a price 

Published: May 31, 2011


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