Balance Transfer card reviews

Balance Transfer Credit Cards - Reviews

While zero percent introductory offers are a common feature on credit cards, not all balance transfer offers are created equal. We've sifted through the details in the fine print and rated the best cards, based on the length of their interest-free period and the cost of fees for balance transfer. We've also looked at other important features, such as penalty rates, fees and rewards programs, to help you figure out how to get the best deal on your balance transfer.

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Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard review

Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard

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The Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard’s rewards program is a good value for cardholders who spend a lot of money on dining and travel, but its balance transfer benefits aren’t nearly as generous. This offer is no longer available.

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Fifth Third Platinum card review

Fifth Third Platinum card

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The Fifth Third Platinum card offers a lengthy interest-free promotion and low starting interest rate, but its pricey balance transfer fee takes too big a bite out of cardholders’ savings. This offer is no longer available.

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Popular Community Bank Platinum card review

Popular Community Bank Platinum card

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For most cardholders, the Popular Community Bank Platinum card is an overpriced rewards card with a disappointing balance transfer offer and forgettable rewards. This offer is no longer available.

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First National Bank Discover card review

First National Bank Discover card

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First National Bank’s Discover card isn’t the best balance transfer card you can get, but it does offer some unique perks for cardholders who want easy cash back. This offer is no longer available.

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U.S. Bank Perks+ Visa Signature card review

U.S. Bank Perks+ Visa Signature card

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The U.S. Bank Perks+ Visa Signature Card gets high marks from us for its solid rewards program, low balance transfer fee and attractive APR, but its year-long promotional period doesn’t give cardholders much time to pay off transferred balances. This offer is no longer available.

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