RATEGRAM’S BEST CREDIT CARD DEALS, For immediate release

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RATEGRAM’S BEST CREDIT CARD DEALS, For immediate release
News from Chicago Tribune:

These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of Aug. 1. If you typically pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards listed below feature special introductory or “teaser” rates for a
 specified time before regular rates apply.  Additional fees and residency restrictions may apply. Rates are subject to change. Rebates and other benefits may be available.
 National avg.  APRs as of Aug. 1     Standard   Gold    Platinum
                       8.20        8.88    12.80

Low APR Standard Cards

                               Reg.  Ann.  Grace Intro
 Card Name                 Phone         APR(%) Fee($  )Days APR/mos
 1  First Federal Card                  (843)529-5800  07.15    0  25   na
 2  IberiaBank Visa(R) Classic Card     (800)968-0801  07.25    0  25   na
 3  First Federal CashBack ScoreCard    (843)529-5963  08.15    0  25   na
 4  Simmons First Visa(R) Classic       (800)272-2102  10.25    0  25   na

Low APR Premium Cards

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Seniors on the Go: New credit card: good deal if you like Hiltons
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July 31, 2012|By Ed Perkins, Tribune Media Services | Ed Perkins On Travel

The new Citi HHonors Reserve Visa Signature credit card offers some features that you might like — but mainly if you stay at Hilton hotels often enough to take advantage. You can earn free stays relatively easily, and the card also provides some useful upgrade possibilities and foreign travel benefits. But if you aren’t fond of Hiltons, you can do better with other credit cards.

The newest card from Citi channels two big trends in today’s credit card marketplace:

— Foreign travelers will like the chip implementation and lack of foreign surcharges.

— Travelers who have given up on trying to find frequent-flyer seats will enjoy Hilton’s more generous hotel-stay rewards.

POINT EARNING AND USE. The card awards three Hilton points per dollar charged to the card on general purchases, five points per dollar for airline tickets and rental cars, and 10 points per dollar — in addition to the stay points — for payments at Hilton hotels. But don’t get all excited at the number of points per dollar: Each Hilton point is usua…………… continues on Chicago Tribune

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Use Your Student Credit Card Responsibly

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Use Your Student Credit Card Responsibly
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Written by Matthew C. Keegan  //  08/01/2012  //  College Budgeting  //  No comments

Credit card use among college students has fallen in recent years, reflecting both the tougher credit requirements of issuers and student caution when using this convenient, but sometimes dangerous way of paying for expenses.

Still, some 70 percent of undergrad students and 96 percent of grad students have credit cards according to Time. The problem isn’t that they possess these cards, rather students generally do not pay off their balances each month, thus incurring sizable interest charges. Indeed, fewer than 10 percent pay off their balances each month, with the rest racking up increasingly larger bills month after month.

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Zero Percent Credit Cards Are Back! Five Warnings
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“Here’s a $ 5,000 loan – interest-free – for at least a year! Apply for a 0 percent credit card today.”

That’s what roughly a quarter of credit cards essentially are offering these days, according to a first-ever survey by CreditCards.com, a Bankrate-owned website.

No-interest credit cards, which are interest-free for a limited time, are more common than they were just two years ago.

Card issuers want to beef up their customer counts and are offering zero percent credit-card promotions to bait Americans who don’t pay off entire balances every month or who want to slash the interest cost on existing card debt.

There’s no doubt these credit card offers are enticing and can be a good deal if used correctly. But before clicking or checking “I accept” to get your new zero percent credit card, consider thes…………… continues on CNBC.com

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