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Chase Slate® credit card

$0 intro fee for balance transfers within the first 60 days of account opening.2

Credit Recommended:

Excellent / Good

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    CARD TYPE: Unsecured

    Unsecured credit cards offer a revolving credit line and not requiring an initial deposit.

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    WHO CAN GET IT: Consumer

    These credit cards are for the average consumer who needs a credit card for personal use.

  • $0 intro fee for balance transfers within the first 60 days of account opening.2
  • 0% intro APR for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers.2
  • Monthly FICO® Score and Credit Dashboard for free.2
  • $0 Annual Fee.2
  • See additional Chase Slate® details.2
    Intro APR on Purchases:
    0% (15 months)2
    Regular APR:
    15.49%-24.24% Variable2
    Minimum Grace Period:
    21 days2
    Intro APR on Balance Transfers:
    0% (15 months)2
    Regular APR:
    15.49%-24.24% Variable2
    Balance Transfer Fee:
    See terms
    Intro APR on Cash Advances:
    See terms
    Regular APR:
    25.49% Variable2
  • FEES
    Annual Fee:
    Application Processing Fee:
    See terms
Chase Slate® credit card

Questions & Answers about the card:

I’m looking to apply for a Chase credit card. What is their best reward credit card for me?

It depends on your shopping habits and where you are going to use your card most. If you need a credit card for everyday expenses, then a cash back credit card will be an option for you. If you travel a lot and rarely eat at home, then choose the card that will reward you for travel purchases and dining outs. Don’t forget to pay attention to the card pricing. You won’t want a sky high interest rate and an annual fee on your credit card. Most rewards credit cards come with annual fees. So we recommend you to make some calculations to see if your potential rewards will cover the card’s annual fee.

What is the cash credit line on my Chase card?

To find out your cash credit line on your Chase card, you can view you last statement, log in to your online account and check the credit card’s account details. Or you can call customer service to get the information you need.

I see that my Chase card has a Cash Credit Limit, can you explain what it is?

Banks usually set limits on how much you can withdraw using cash advance. The cash credit limit is the amount from your total credit limit available for cash advances. Cash advances usually include ATM cash advances, over the counter cash advances, same-day online cash advances, cash equivalents, and applicable transaction fees.

When will my Chase credit card online payment be posted?

Typically it takes one day to process a payment. As for Chase credit card payments, if you make a payment before pm (Eastern time), your payment will be posted the same day (except Saturday – it will be posted on Sunday). If you make a payment after 8pm (Eastern time), your payment will be posted the next day (except Friday – it will be posted on Sunday).