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Want to get ahead of your debt repayments by reducing the amount of interest charged on your credit card?
Balance transfer cards let you transfer your existing credit card balance to a new credit card that offers a special low or even 0% p.a. interest rate for a fixed term. Making regular repayments during this fixed term could help you pay off the principal more quickly. Remember to check how long the introductory rate applies, and what the new rate will be at the end of it.
Our comparison table shows how fees, charges and introductory periods differ between cards, so you can quickly and easily find the best option for your needs.
Balance Transfer Tip
In order to tempt you to switching to their credit cards, banks and other card providers are offering great balance transfer offers to existing card holders. These rates have hit rockbottom – as low a 0 per cent. This means any outstanding balance you may have on your old rival credit card can be transferred to the new card with no interest charged on that money. But the balance transfer offer will generally only run for three to six months, after which the standard interest rate for that card, or the ‘revert rate’, will apply. And new purchases will be subject to the standard rate straight away. By all means take advantage of balance transfer offers to help you pay off your lingering credit card debt, but try to pay off the old debt before the balance transfer period runs out. And make sure the revert rate is reasonable too. No one should need to pay credit card interest rates of 17 to 19 per cent anymore.
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