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Navy Federal Platinum: 0% Intro APR on Balance Transfers for a Limited Time

Aug. 9, 2017
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Navy Federal Platinum Offers 0% APR Balance Transfers
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This limited-time offer expired in August 2017. See our details page on the Navy Federal Platinum for the current offer.

When credit card debt is piling up, it might seem as though there’s no way out. A balance transfer card like the Navy Federal Platinum can provide some time to catch up on payments.

Through August 2017, this credit card offers 0% for 12 months on balance transfers, and then the ongoing APR of 7.74% - 18.00% Variable. The introductory APR applies only to balance transfers requested within 30 days of opening the account. The Navy Federal Platinum doesn’t charge balance transfer fees, and the $0.

Transferring a balance from another issuer’s high-interest card to the Navy Federal Platinum lets you pay off debt faster. You won’t have to worry about interest payments for 12 months, and you won’t be charged a percentage of the transferred balance. Your credit limit determines the amount you can transfer. 

Depending on your credit score, you could have a low, ongoing APR once the introductory period ends. For comparison, the average APR for credit card accounts assessed interest in the first quarter of 2017 was 13.86%, according to Federal Reserve data.

You need a qualifying credit score and a membership at Navy Federal Credit Union to be eligible for this card. You might be able to join the credit union if you’re a current or former military service member, a civilian currently or formerly employed by the military, or a family member of a Navy Federal member.

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