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With good credit history, you will find a lot of credit cards with balance transfer options. But before you apply for any of the offers, make sure your credit score is above 670† and you do not have recent bad items on your reports. Then think whether you are going to keep your new balance transfer credit card or you are going to close it when the transferred balance is paid off. In the first case, you can consider balance transfer credit cards with rewards that do not have an annual fee. In the second case, you may prefer credit cards without rewards and fees. However, whichever card you choose, chances are you will have to pay a balance transfer fee of 3% (the average fee among all balance transfer offers). But even if you pay this fee, you will still save a lot on balance transfer, as long as you pay off the balance within the introductory period.