Navy Federal removes balance transfer fees for a limited time
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Navy Federal Credit Union has announced a limited-time promotion that’ll save you money when you transfer debt from one credit card to another. New and existing cardholders will enjoy a 0-percent interest rate on balance transfers for 12 months when they transfer a balance from a non-Navy Federal credit card to a Navy Federal card between Jan. 3 and Feb. 28, 2018. The promotion applies to all Navy Federal credit cards except the Navy Federal Business and Home Equity Line Visa Platinum credit cards.
Once the 12-month period is over, the balance transfer APR for new cardholders will range from 6.99 to 18 percent. Existing cardholders will return to their standard balance transfer APR.
Transfer your balance for free
In addition to not charging interest on balance transfers for 12 months, Navy Fed cards don’t charge a balance transfer fee. So instead of paying the 3 to 5 percent fee that most cards charge each time you transfer a balance, you can make transfers for free – making Navy Fed cards ideal if you have a substantial amount of credit card debt that you want to transfer. For example, if you transfer $3,000 to a card that charges 3 percent per transfer, you’ll end up paying $90 in balance transfer fees. But if you transfer that same amount to a Navy Fed card, you won’t be charged a fee to do so.
Are you eligible?
The balance transfer promo is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to transfer their credit card balance, but there is a caveat: To take advantage of the offer, you must be a member of Navy Federal Credit Union, which is only open to servicemembers, veterans, DoD civilians and immediate family members of eligible individuals:
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If you meet the eligibility requirements, you can participate in the offer by joining the credit union and selecting “Transfer Your Balance” when applying for your new credit card.
If you are already a member with an existing Navy Fed credit card, you can log in to your account and select “Make Credit Card Balance Transfer” from the “Transfers” tab.
If you are an existing member without a Navy Fed card, log in to your account, select the card to which you want to apply and choose the “Balance Transfer” option during the application process.
0-interest balance transfer cards
If you aren’t eligible for a Navy Federal account, but you have a balance that you want to transfer, don’t be discouraged – there are plenty of credit cards that currently offer a 0 percent APR on balance transfers for 12 months or even longer.
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