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What is the APR of a Discover credit card?

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The APR of a Discover credit card is 0% for the first 14 months on purchases and transfers. Later, it will increase, ranging from 10.99% to 19.99% with no annual fees.

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Discover Credit Card offers an intorductory purchase and transfer APR of 0%. After 15 months at 0% APR, the APR will change to a variable purchase APR. The APR will vary from 11.99% to 19.99%.


A good credit card that offers 0 ARP is Discover card but in order to qualify for a 0 APR credit card you must have proof of income and a great credit standing.


There are several places where a person can get a credit card with a low APR. Websites such as Capitol One, American Express, Bank of America, and Discover all have credit cards with low APR.


There are a number of different credit card companies that offer 0 percent APR credit cards. Some of the companies that offer 0 percent APR are Capital One and Discover.


The annual percentage rate or APR on a goldfish credit card can be as low as 16.9% if you apply for the platinum membership. The APR on a standard credit card is 19.9%.


There are a number of online websites where one can find a zero APR balance transfer credit card. Some of these websites include Discover, Citi, and Nationwide.


In the spring of 2012, Discover was offering 0% APR on purchases for 15 months, as well as 0% APR on balance transfers for 15 months. Discover has a number of credit products and offers various specials from time to time. You can check out the latest offerings at www.discovercard.com


It varies - according to the issuer. A typical APR is around 19.8% for a credit card, or 37.5% for a store card.


The top 10 zero percent APR credit cards include Citi Platinum Select Visa, Citi Platinum Select MasterCard, Discover More Card, Discover More Card (offer variety 2), Discover Open Road Card, Blue Sky from American Express, Blue Cash Everyday from American Express, Discover Student Card and Visa Black Card.


with an apr credit card the savings are o% interest from my research but also i have found that the apr changes. it changes from card to card like all things.


Qualifying for a credit card with a low APR requires very good credit and sufficient income. In the United Kingdom, the credit card that meets that standard is currently the Sainsbury Cashback credit card, with a 7.8 percent APR.


Most 0% APR credit card offers are for balance transfers from one credit card to another. This is a smart option if you are looking to pay down your credit card debt. Some credit cards that offer this benefit are Capital One Platinum, Discover It, and the Citi Diamond Preferred card.


The APR on a basic Chase card is around 10%.


The Walmart Discover Card has a wide range of APR rates. APR rates range vary from the 9.87%, for its Account Type One to The Delinquency Rate of 24.99%.


APR makes it easy for customers to compare different credit products before deciding what is best for you. The typical APR on a Bank of Scotland credit card is 17.9%


One can get a zero percent apr credit card by going to the Credit Cards website. The website offers a number of credit cards deals including ones that have zero percent apr.


There are several different credit card companies that offer 0% APR on sign in for several months. Citi credit card offers 0% APR for 18 months, Capital One offers 0% APR until August of 2013, Discover offers 0% APR for 15 months and Chase offers 0% APR for 15 months as well. To narrow these down you will want to review interest rates after the initial 0% rate and choose the credit card that will best suit your needs.


A great place to start searching for a 0% APR credit card is Get Rich Slowly's article on the best 0% APR credit cards of 2013. They compare the various 0% APR credit cards to show the benefits or disadvantages of each.


APR stands for annual percentage rate in reference to a credit card. An annual percentage rate is the rate companies or banks charge when one uses a credit card.


No, the Discover Card is a completely separate type of credit card. It is not a VISA or MasterCard.


You could find a 0 APR credit card offer by going to the online website Canadian Credit Card. They have several card options all with different specialized services.


It depends on what you are getting credit for. A home loan with an APR less than 5.5% is good. A credit card with an APR of 15% or less is good.


Yes, Discover has both a bank and credit card services.


"Just like any other credit card, one can apply on line or at your bank and/or any bank. But just like any other credit card it depends on your credit history and there is no way to say whether or not you can get approved 100% on an APR credit card as the same standards apply to it as do to any credit card."


There are several credit card companies that offer 0% APR on balance transfers. Some of the companies are: Chase Freedom Visa, Citi Dividend World MasterCard, Citi Platinum Select Card, Citi Forward, Citi Simplicity, Citi Diamond Preferred Card, Discover Open Road Card, Miles by Discover Card, Capital One Platinum Prestige Credit Card, Discover More Card, Escape by Discover Card. Some of these only offer 0% balance transfers on a temporary basis.



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