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Here is the exact wording in the section on the back of the application called "Important Information:"

Fees
Transaction Fees
--Balance Transfer: Intro fee of $0 for transfers that post to your account by January 10, 2015 with the 0% intro APR balance transfer offer described above. After that, 3% of the amount of each transfer.

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Discover is sending this offer for only selected people. I tried couple of times and never got better than 3% fee with 0% APR for 12 months.
Chase and US Bank gave me much better offer with 2% fee or while Barclays offered me 1% or 2% fee at different times.

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Well, Socialosaurus (see posting from 9/23) and the Patelco Social Team fixed me right up. I'm now approved for membership and a no-fee 0% balance transfer Visa. They treated me very well.

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So sad to see my Barclays coast 2 coast card being 'bought out' by Good Sam Camping World visa.

c2c always had the best BT offers all year, every year.

Just got off the phone w/ good sam, they aren't offering any BT offers (at this time).

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It's just 3 more days to October 1. New month, new quarter, new opportunities (I hope). I'm expecting at least one credit union to post a new 12-month, 0%, no fee balance transfer offer. Navy? Apple? Wright-Patt? They've all had good offers in the past...

If there aren't any good offers, I'll really be disappointed.

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I don't think you will be seeing any at all because of anticipated interest rate rises. NFCU has done it the past few Septembers but this time they opted for other forms of promotion (a 5% CD, $150 credit card reward,etc.) Earlier this year NFCU offered a 2.99% BT instead of the 0%. 

Since interest rates are expected to rise some, there is not much point to 0% anymore for all customers. There will remain a few that offer it for new cardholders only like Patelco, Slate, and Alliant.

 

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Argyll said: I don't think you will be seeing any at all because of anticipated interest rate rises. NFCU has done it the past few Septembers but this time they opted for other forms of promotion (a 5% CD, $150 credit card reward,etc.) Earlier this year NFCU offered a 2.99% BT instead of the 0%. 

Since interest rates are expected to rise some, there is not much point to 0% anymore for all customers. There will remain a few that offer it for new cardholders only like Patelco, Slate, and Alliant.
 

  
Yes, but interest rates are expected to remain low for a "considerable time."

If you were local, I'd offer a friendly bet (not more than 25 cents or so). I still think a few offers will crop up.

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skotty4 said:   So sad to see my Barclays coast 2 coast card being 'bought out' by Good Sam Camping World visa.

c2c always had the best BT offers all year, every year.

Just got off the phone w/ good sam, they aren't offering any BT offers (at this time).

  I canceled the card just before it was transferred to Comenity for the same reason

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Well, it's a new month, a new quarter, a new fiscal year, and ... so far ... nothing.

I've checked with twenty or so credit unions and no new zero-percent, no-fee balance transfer offers. Nothing new on a google search either.

Has anybody seen anything new and useful?

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I thought you had Patelco now. Did you tell them how much you wanted to transfer?

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I need to transfer $10k, they gave me $5k (tied for my lowest line), even after reconsideration, but they were nice about it.

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You might as well transfer the rest to Chase Slate. Their offer is 15 months, longer than anyone else for a no fee transfer.

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Yes. I was just waiting for today to see if anything else would come up. I have the Chase offer in my pocket right now.

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Applied for Chase Slate. Was approved for 13.5k. Then applied a few minutes later for Chase Freedom. Thought it might be dicey, but was approved for 27k. Maybe they'll let me reallocate some of the new Freedom CL to Slate to keep utilization in a better range after balance transfers are complete.

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searchlight said:   Applied for Chase Slate. Was approved for 13.5k. Then applied a few minutes later for Chase Freedom. Thought it might be dicey, but was approved for 27k. Maybe they'll let me reallocate some of the new Freedom CL to Slate to keep utilization in a better range after balance transfers are complete.
 Did you put your balance transfers on the application?

I requested an additional credit line increase two weeks after I applied.  At first I was turned down, but then I called again to complain when I found they had done multiple credit inquiries. When I did I found out they had done inquiries with two bureaus on each application (four inquiries in a two week span)  and the rep offered to review it again for a CLI without additional inquiries.  They increased my limit from 10K to 15K.

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No, I didn't put the transfers on the app. I wanted to see what the limit would be before I started doing transfers. It worked out ok.

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I just called Discover and apparently they are not accepting any new applications for business credit cards.

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Hi guys. Is it best practice not to include the balance transfer request in the application and submit it after approval? Thanks!

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Good and Nice thread. Would have saved a lot of people a lot of time.Thanks...

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Mark -- either way is fine in my opinion. If you have use for the money, doing the BT straight away saves some time and might get you a few money days use of the money. I don't think we really know if the CC issuers treat a BT request differently as compared to a bare application. There's lots of speculation both ways.

In the glory days, I had great luck talking to a CSR about getting a larger CL if the app came back with a value lower than I wanted. I haven't made that call in several years, so that may not be true today. It can't hurt to call and ask -- one of the few times we are OK to call --

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This is a great thread. I learn a lot of things. Thanks guys

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We just got a Discover card with 0% on balance transfers for 12 months. It's nothing special but it also has good rewards points. Going to transfer a thousand or so from another card with an 11% rate. Just a heads up if anyone is interested, check out the Discover.

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What was the BT fee?

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Discover IT card has 0% BTs for 18 months. The standard fee is 3%.

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Argyll said:   Discover IT card has 0% BTs for 18 months. The standard fee is 3%.
  Can you please provide a link for this one, can't find it, thanks!
edited to add:  never mind, found it, thanks anyway!
 

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If you have a Chase card they constantly offer 2% fee deals on 1 yr 0% interest BTs with 1% fees sprinkled in. Not great but better than most.

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weigojmi said:   If you have a Chase card they constantly offer 2% fee deals on 1 yr 0% interest BTs with 1% fees sprinkled in. Not great but better than most.
  
I agree, I receive this offer monthly: 0% APR through billing cycle ending in 01/2016. Additional terms apply. The balance transfer fee is 2% of the amount transferred with a minimum of $5. Respond by: 12/31/14.

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Lower your interest rate with a balance transfer credit card. Many have 0% BT rates and no balance transfer fees. Consolidate Debt and Apply Online.

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Also, if you picked up a Barclays NFL card from their last deal you will likely get a targeted 0% BT offer for a year with 1% fee. I just got one and its good timing as the last BT I did with them just ended so I moved that to Chase using the offer above. Now its wide open for another one...

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Chase just filled my mailbox with 0% offers - ranging from 1% to 5% fee (most were 1 or 2%). I mean FILLED my mailbox. 9 offers in a single day. This, after a long drought of offers from JPM... 3 Freedom, 5 Slate, 1 SP -- split between DW and me.

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Great, I'll keep checking back for profitable deals.

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debentureboy said:   Chase just filled my mailbox with 0% offers - ranging from 1% to 5% fee (most were 1 or 2%). I mean FILLED my mailbox. 9 offers in a single day. This, after a long drought of offers from JPM... 3 Freedom, 5 Slate, 1 SP -- split between DW and me.
  
You weren't kidding. I got checks for each of my Chase Credit Cards. I also got offers for my Citi credit cards. My Chase offer had a 2% BTF, which is a dealbreaker for me.

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debentureboy said:   Chase just filled my mailbox with 0% offers - ranging from 1% to 5% fee (most were 1 or 2%). I mean FILLED my mailbox. 9 offers in a single day. This, after a long drought of offers from JPM... 3 Freedom, 5 Slate, 1 SP -- split between DW and me.
  
 My Chase offer had a 2% BTF, which is a dealbreaker for me.
 

  With the exception of Chase Slate 0% BT no fees for new applications there aren't any other better options?

Still, 2% fee is a good option given the dry market now days.

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http://www.capitalone.com/credit-cards/venture-one-rewards/discl...

Girlfriend with 600s credit score just got 7.5k CL with this card. 0% intro APR for one year, no balance transfer fees.

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palffyfan said:   http://www.capitalone.com/credit-cards/venture-one-rewards/discl... 

Girlfriend with 600s credit score just got 7.5k CL with this card. 0% intro APR for one year, no balance transfer fees.

  0% APR is for purchases only. Balance transfer APR is "11.9%, 15.9% or 19.9%, based on your creditworthiness. This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate."

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