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Unfortunately, you won't be able to transfer the balance of one Chase credit card to another Chase credit card as balance transfers between two cards of one issuer are not allowed. You will need to apply for a credit card from a different issuer. For example, if you are planning to keep your new balance transfer credit card, you may like the Citi Rewards+® Card. It is a point rewards card that will allow you to earn 2X ThankYou® Points at supermarkets and gas stations for the first $6,000 per year and then 1X points thereafter. All other purchases will earn 1X ThankYou® Points.

When you transfer your balance to the card, you will have the 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. After that the variable APR will be 18.74% - 28.74% (Variable), based on your creditworthiness. The balance transfer fee: Intro fee 3% of each transfer ($5 min) completed within the first 4 months of account opening. After that, 5% of each transfer ($5 min). Thus, if you transfer your $7,000 balance right after approval, the balance transfer fee will be $210.