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What are some low-interest credit cards?

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As of 2015, some low-interest credit cards include the Chase Slate Card and the Blue Cash Everyday credit card from American Express, notes Nerd Wallet. Another low-interest credit card is the Chase Freedom.

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As of 2015, the Chase Slate card offers a zero-percent interest rate for 15 months on balance transfers and purchases as an introductory offer, according to Nerd Wallet. The ongoing APR afterwards begins from nearly 13 percent and up depending on the consumer's credit score. The Chase Freedom card also has the same introductory interest rate offer of zero percent, but the APR after the offer ends starts at nearly 14 percent. The Blue Cash Everyday credit card from American Express offers similar introductory rates and ongoing APRs as the Chase Slate Card.

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