0% Intro APR Credit Cards
Below, we have listed a number of credit cards that are offering an introductory 0% APR on purchases. We’d like to call your attention to the fact that, in general, rewards earning credit cards have the highest APRs, so even though these 0% APR intro periods are a good deal, you will want to be very careful not to carry a balance once the intro period expires.
The number of months that each card offers the 0% APR varies from card to card, so you’ll want to click in and compare each card.
We base our ratings below on the value of the points of each card multiplied by the amount of the bonus. Pretty simple!
|1. Chase Freedom Credit Card||$270|
|2. Blue Cash Preferred Card||$250|
|3. American Express Cash Magnet Card||$150|
|4. Blue Cash Everyday Card||$150|
|5. Quicksilver from Capital One||$150|
|6. SavorOne Rewards from Capital One||$150|
|7. Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa Credit Card||$150|
|8. Fidelity Rewards Visa Signature||$100|
|9. Chase Freedom Unlimited Credit Card||$0|
|10. HSBC Cash Rewards Mastercard||$0|