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Review of the BankAmericard® Credit Card

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Review of the BankAmericard® Credit Card


What I like:

0% Intro APR for 15 billing cycles, ability to transfer high rate balances and save on interest with an Introductory $0 balance transfer fee for the first 60 days your account is open, no annual fee, and a free FICO score every month.

What I don’t like:

I don’t like that this card has no cash-back benefits and has higher-than-usual interest rates.

Benefits:

A 0% intro APR over 15 billing months.

Annual fee:

No annual fee.

Pros & Cons:

Pros of this card are:

  • No annual fee
  • 0% APR Intro Rate for 15 billing months
  • Ability to save on interest

Cons of this card are:

  • No cash-back benefits

About:

Bank of America also makes cards such as:

    1. Bank of America® Cash Rewards
    2. Bank of America® Travel Rewards
    3. Bank of America® Premium Rewards®
    4. Alaska Airlines Visa®
    5. Norwegian Cruise Line®
    6. Susan G. Komen® Cash Rewards Visa® credit card from Bank of America
    7. MLB® Bank of America® card
    8. Bank of America® World Wildlife Fund
    9. U.S. Pride® Bank of America® card
    10. Spirit Airlines World Mastercard®
    11. Allegiant World Mastercard®
    12. Amtrak Guest Rewards® World Mastercard®
    13. BankAmericard® Secured
    14. Bank of America® Cash Rewards for Students
    15. BankAmericard Travel Rewards® for Students

Patrick Snow has been writing for Credit Slayer since they started. With his financial experience from watching The Wolf of Wall Street you should not trust any advice he has. Besides that, he loves football, barking dogs, and electrolytes.

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