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How you can lower the APR on your credit card?

Answered on | Updated on July 23rd, 2011
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People are always looking to get a reasonable deal on their credit cards. Everyone wishes they could get away with paying lesser and not having to pay additional fees every time. Interest rates are a big concern. There are a number of factors that affect credit cards and knowing about them will help you to negotiate better terms for your credit card. It is possible to get lowered APR if you know how to negotiate and also have a good credit score. You need to work at it one day at a time to improve your scores.

When you are looking at lowering your APR you have to take charge of the situation. The credit card companies will have you running to their tune so long as you do not take a stand on the matter of getting a good interest rate on your card. You have to let them know that you are aware of the terms and conditions offered and wish to negotiate a better deal as you have an offer from another credit card company. They will immediately discuss with you, a better APR to keep from losing their customer. You can save yourself a lot of money if you decide to make a difference to your life today.

Low APR credit cards are a reality that not all people are aware of. The reason why people get carried away by other offers is because they do not see anything but the words free and rewards. These two terms are often misleading if you compare the costs involved. It is far better to apply for a regular credit card without rewards which will turn out to be far cheaper for your needs. In fact the amount you spend to earn those rewards will be far greater than what it really costs if you actually sit down and calculate it.

If you want a low APR credit card, talk to some friends and also check online to find out about the better deals you are eligible for. Next, procure a copy of your credit report and if you have maintained really good credit scores, it is time when you walked into the credit card company and asked for a better rate of interest on your card. Remember credit card deals are not always perfect, sometimes you have to ask to receive the best possible deal on your card. So talk today to get yourself a good figure.

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