Low Interest card reviews

Low Interest Credit Cards - Reviews

If you are carrying a credit card balance month to month, you need to pay especially close attention to the fine print. Many cards that lure in cardholders with appealing features and rewards programs also come with hefty interest rates and fees that can quickly balloon your balance. We've reviewed and rated cards that offer the lowest costs for cardholders, with a close eye on fees, rates and penalties.

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HSBC Platinum Mastercard with rewards review

HSBC Platinum Mastercard with rewards

2.9 rating

While the HSBC Platinum Mastercard can help save money with its low APR and 0-percent introductory offer, you’ll need to be especially careful to stay on top of your payments due to its exorbitant penalty APR.

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M&T Visa credit card review

M&T Visa credit card

3.7 rating

The no-frills M&T Visa credit card can save money on interest thanks to its 12-month introductory period on balances and new purchases and reasonable rates and fees.

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Regions Visa Signature Premium credit card review

Regions Visa Signature Premium credit card

3.3 rating

While the APR on the Regions Premium Visa Signature card is reasonable and cardholders can save interest on the card with its 0-percent introductory offer, bargain-minded cardholders will likely scoff at the card’s $125 annual fee.

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Bank of the West Premier World Mastercard review

Bank of the West Premier World Mastercard

1.6 rating

With a high annual fee and a brief 6-month 0-percent introductory period on new purchases, the Bank of the West Premier World Mastercard is far from the best choice for saving money on interest payments.

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Commerce Bank Special Connections Visa Signature credit card review

Commerce Bank Special Connections Visa Signature credit card

3.9 rating

The Special Connections Visa Signature card features an exceptionally low interest rate and a fairly long 0-percent introductory period on balance transfers and new purchases.

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DCU Visa Platinum Rewards credit card review

DCU Visa Platinum Rewards credit card

1.4 rating

The DCU Visa Platinum Rewards card comes with a reasonable interest rate and waives many common fees; however, cardholders who want to save money on interest would be better served by a card with a 0 percent introductory offer.

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Capital One Venture Rewards credit card review

Capital One Venture Rewards credit card

0.9 rating

The Capital One Venture card offers a reasonable APR and a generous travel rewards program, but comes with a hefty annual fee.

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Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express review

Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express

0 rating

With a reasonable regular APR and a long 0 percent introductory period for balance transfers and new purchases, the American Express Everyday card can save you a considerable amount of cash. This offer is no longer available.

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LANPASS Visa Signature card review

LANPASS Visa Signature card

0 rating

The LANPASS Visa Signature card comes with a relatively low interest rate for an airline rewards card; however, the rates and fees are pretty pricey. This offer is no longer available.

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Commerce Bank Miles credit card review

Commerce Bank Miles credit card

0 rating

The Commerce Bank Miles credit card offers a low APR for cardholders with excellent credit, premium perks and bonus points for carrying a balance, but its high balance transfer and late fees make it a poor choice for certain cardholders.  This offer is no longer available.

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SET Card from Popular Community Bank review

SET Card from Popular Community Bank

0 rating

The SET card is a mixed bag in terms of interest rates, fees and benefits.  This offer is no longer available.

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BankAmericard Better Balance Rewards card review

BankAmericard Better Balance Rewards card

0 rating

While this card offers a reasonable 12.49 percent interest rate and there’s no annual fee, there’s not much else to recommend it. This offer is no longer available.

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