It is one of the best options out there if you’re looking to get rid of some debt or just want to have a reliable card by your side.
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) April 16, 2012
CompareCards, a leading service for consumers to compare credit cards and manage their personal finances, has released its Citi Diamond Preferred Card outline providing details on the special credit card offer which includes an introductory interest rate of 0% for 18 months.
The Citi Diamond Preferred Card provides great benefits for those looking to capitalize on a low introductory interest rate for purchases or to utilize for assistance in getting out of debt with the card’s balance transfer options. Individuals can transfer balances to the card with a standard 3% fee on their total transfer amount.
Showcased in the CompareCards.com blog overview, the Citi Diamond Preferred Card’s extended period of no APR is as good as it gets, and the offering provides all the benefits of being a Citi Diamond Preferred cardholder including Extra Cash from Citi, Citi Private Pass and no annual fee. The standard interest rate after the introductory period expires is 11.99% – 21.99% variable, depending on the applicant’s credit history.
“The Citi Diamond Preferred Card is certainly worthy of all the hype it gets,” said Chris Mettler, president and founder of CompareCards.com. “It is one of the best options out there if you’re looking to get rid of some debt or just want to have a reliable card by your side.”
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