Chosen cards:
Best Credit Offers For You
Limited Credit Offers
Credit Card Companies
Credit Cards by Rewards
Debit Cards
Credit Cards by Bank
Ask Your Question Now
Ask Your Question Now
Horizon Card Services Horizon Gold Credit Card

Balance transfer cards Guides

The Secret Way To Pay Down Debt Faster Than You Ever Dreamed

[Thursday, September 21st, 2017]

If your credit card debt feels like a black hole from which you can never escape, you might feel like you’ll never be free of worries about minimum payments and APRs. The bills keep mounting as you slowly chip away at each balance, wishing there were a way to pay down your debt faster.

more ››

How To Live Debt-Free Sooner Than You Ever Imagined

[Wednesday, October 5th, 2016]

Having credit card debt hanging over your head is no fun for anyone. But avoiding getting into debt can be hard.

more ››

How to Pay Off Your Credit Card Balance Fast

[Friday, October 9th, 2015]

Many people are carrying credit card debt from one month to the next, simply paying the minimum balance each month, and accruing more and more debt as interest fees add up.

more ››

What to Look for in a Balance Transfer Offer

[Tuesday, March 4th, 2014]

When you want to transfer your high-rate balance to a lower interest card, you will be faced with many choices. Virtually every credit card issuer offers a balance transfer card, and it seems like every offer says it is pre-approved. So, how do you sort out the best offers from the not-so-great ones?

more ››

How to Save Thousands with a Balance Transfer Credit Card

[Monday, September 16th, 2013]

You may have heard people talk about playing the balance transfer game to bounce credit card debt around and avoid paying interest on revolving balances. Or you may have gotten a call from your credit card company offering you a balance transfer. But many people do not really understand how doing a balance transfer can save them money.

more ››

Tips on 0 balance transfer credit cards

[Tuesday, January 31st, 2012]

Lots of banks and credit card companies come up with special balance transfer credit card offers promising low or 0% intro APR on balance transfers for a promotional period of time, typically between 12 and 21 months.

more ››

Balance Transfer APR Rates Drop

[Wednesday, November 30th, 2011]

Last week, the interest rate on new credit cards fell for the first time since July. The Credit Card Rate Report looked at the top 100 most popular credit cards in the United States and found that the average annual percentage rate dipped to 14.99 percent, and balance transfer credit cards are offering APRs at 12.77 percent.

more ››

Balance transfer credit card trends in May 2011

[Saturday, June 4th, 2011]

The average length of the balance transfer period which hovered around 12 months in the month of April 2011 has dipped to 11 months in May. Though this is just a 3 percent dip, experts feel it may be the starting signs of a bigger trend.

more ››

Balance transfer credit cards with 0% interest back with a bang

[Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011]

It is not surprising to see a pile of credit card offers in your mailbox on a daily basis. A majority of those offers, are about balance transfer credit cards that offer 0% interest. While these offers may seem to be very tempting, customers have to be aware of the various terms and conditions governing these cards.

more ››

Balance transfer cards survive the card act changes

[Thursday, February 10th, 2011]

A lot of customers during the recent holiday and festive season, had concerns about using their credit cards for shopping. A lot of them in fact, switched to spending cash, checks or debit cards in order to make most of their payments. This has been noted by the card issuers; which is why bigger incentives are hitting the market. Some of these incentives are really wallet friendly, luring the customers to take them.

more ››
Copyright © 2004-2018
All Rights Reserved.
Read the online credit card application for details and to review the credit card's terms and conditions. Keep in mind that information presented without warranty on this website and subject to change. This website may be compensated by credit card issuers when visitors apply for a credit card through this website. is an independent, advertising-supported web site. The credit offers that appear on this site are from companies from which receives compensation. This compensation may have an impact on how and where credit products appear on our site, including, for example, the order in which they may be listed on our site pages. does not review or offer all available credit products.
* The webpage is a free service and an information resource for credit cards and financial products and services available to eligible United States consumers. does not offer any warranties and is not a direct service. There are no guarantees for approval or offers when applying for a credit card. Please refer to the application if you would like more information on each credit card. When you click "Apply" for a particular credit card, please take the time to review the terms and conditions of the product/service at the issuer's website. All logos on the website are property of their respective owners.
Disclaimer: This editorial content is not provided or commissioned by the credit card issuer. Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, not those of the credit card issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the credit card issuer. Reasonable efforts are made to present accurate info, however all info is presented without warranty. Consult a card's issuing bank for terms & conditions.
Disclosure: Not an access card.