I wanted to get a BP credit card, but its interest is way too high for me. Is there a card with lower interest rate?
Answered on Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

The interest on the BP credit card is hight indeed – 27.99% on Purchases. There is also no low intro rate or promo offer of any kind. If you want a card with the lower interes, you may consider 0% intro APR credit cards. For example, the Discover it Cashback Match credit card has 14 months of zero interest on purchases and 14 months also on balance transfer. This card is very suitable for paying at gas stations because it offers increased rewards at gas stations – 5% back through April up to the quarterly maximum if you activate this category. On all other purchases it offers 1% cash back.

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