Some companies that regularly offer zero percent introductory interest rates and no annual fees include Capital One, American Express, Chase and Bank of America, notes CreditCards.com. Consumers can compare rates and fees for available credit cards through the website.
Many credit card companies regularly offer zero percent introductory interest rates and no annual fees, and most of these cards feature application deadlines to receive these benefits, notes CreditCards.com. Not all customers will qualify for these cards, so customers should review the terms and conditions and apply through a particular company's website to determine their eligibility.
Capital One is a large card issuer that offers several cards with zero percent introductory interest rates and no annual fees. Some available cards as of 2015 include the VentureOne and Quiksilver rewards cards, and customers must have good or excellent credit to qualify.
American Express has several cards including the Amex EveryDay and Blue Cash EveryDay cards. Some cards also offer additional benefits including cash back and rewards points.
Some cards offered through Chase include the Chase Freedom and Slate cards. On top of the introductory rate, some Chase cards also offer free introductory balance transfers or cash bonuses.
Bank of America has the BankAmericard and Travel Rewards cards that may also offer bonus points and balance transfers for eligible candidates.