- $0 Introductory balance transfer fee for transfers made during the first 60 days of account opening
- Chase Slate named "Best Credit Card for Balance Transfers" four years in a row by Money Magazine
- 0% Introductory APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers
- Monthly FICO® Score and Credit Dashboard for free
- No Penalty APR - Paying late won't raise your interest rate (APR). All other account pricing and terms apply
- $0 Annual Fee
APR: 15.99% - 24.74% Variable APR
Cash Advance APR: 25.99%, Variable
- No annual fee
- $0 Intro fee on transfers made within 60 days of account opening
- Long 0% Intro APR Period
- No Rewards
- Can't transfer debt from another Chase account
Save with a $0 introductory balance transfer fee and get 0% introductory APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers, and $0 annual fee. Plus, receive your monthly FICO® Score for free.
0% on Purchases and Balance Transfers for 15 months
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If you're interested in refinancing your high-interest credit card debt, you've come to the right place. The Chase Slate® is the Nerds' favorite credit card for balance transfers because it offers a long introductory 0% period and waives its balance transfer fee if you move your debt onto it within 60 days of opening your account. Although it doesn't offer a rewards program in the traditional sense, we think that these features are the best "reward" for folks struggling with debt.
Here are a few caveats to keep in mind before applying:
- The amount you transfer (including fees and interest) can't exceed $15,000 or your credit limit, whichever is lower.
- You can't transfer debt from another Chase account.
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