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TTCU's Balance Transfer Offer with No Transfer Fees


TTCU is offering rates as low as 1.99% APR* on new Visa credit card balance transfers and purchases for 9 months with no balance transfer fee and no annual fee.  (Offer valid on new TTCU credit card accounts only.)

Balance transfer credit cards can be a  great way to avoid interest charges while you pay off your balance. Most banks and credit unions impose a fee on their promotional balance transfer offers.  However, TTCU DOES NOT! The Tennessee Credit Union has no balance transfer fee and no annual fee on its Visa Platinum Credit Card. Click here to learn more and apply online. 

*This introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is current as of 03/15/2017 and is based on credit qualifications. The introductory APR can be as low as 1.99% APR up to 9.99% APR, based on applicant's creditworthiness. This offer applies to new credit card accounts only.  After the expiration of this introductory rate, the remaining unpaid portion of the original balance transfer request will be subject to your normal variable APR, which will range from 9.90% APR to 17.50% APR. Variable rate is based on the Prime rate as disclosed in The Wall Street Journal, plus or minus a margin based on your credit history.  This introductory APR applies to balance transfers and purchases made with the TTCU Visa credit card for 9 months form the date of the purchase or qualifying transfer (which must be made between 03/15/2017 and 06/15/2017); thereafter, the standard rate applies. No minimum balance transfer amount is required. This rate does not apply to cash advances or existing balances on any TTCU credit card, loan or account.  Introductory rates are offered for a limited time and may with withdrawn or changed at any time without notice. Not all applicants will qualify for the lowest rate. The total amount of your balance transfer request cannot exceed your available credit line. Other restrictions may apply.  Membership with The Tennessee Credit Union is required to obtain a credit card.

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