Get some of the best 0% APR credit card offers this April 2011
There is a lot of good cheer for those consumers who are looking forward to availing some benefits of the 0% APR with the low introductory offers. These offers are coming in strongly during April 2011. Now consumers can avail 0% APR on balance transfers with an introductory period of 24 months. However, on purchases the 0% rates would be available for up to 21 months.
These types of offers were virtually unimaginable some time ago. But, due to the increased competition to entice new customers, card companies are on a full-fledged war path to get a huge chunk of the pie. This is a good opportunity for consumers to ditch the higher interest credit cards and switch to the lower interest cards.
April is going to the best time of the year, as consumers who are burdened with the high interest rates on their credit cards will find a long list of options with the 0% APR balance transfers. The Discover More Card has the longest 0% APR at the moment on its balance transfers with the offers lasting for 24 months. This offer was introduced in January and would be available till the end of April. This offer has been very popular and has hence been extended until this month end. However, discover can withdraw this offer from the next month.
Citibank is also offering the 0% APR on its balance transfers and this is the second longest offering. The best overall 0% APR offer this month is through the Citi Platinum Card.
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