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Credit Card Miracle

December 17, 2007 | Updated on December 17, 2007
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Chase and Discover Credit Card Holders! Get Ready for the Christmas Marvel!

Many of us have our most cherished dreams coming from the everyday reality. And what is a credit card for us, if not a habitual already payment tool for making everyday purchases and other financial operations? Yes, a small plastic, working miracles for us sometimes, is not a wonder in itself already and we treat it as something given, everyday reality.

But what is Christmas for us, if not the magic time of bringing the reality into a fairytale? If you believe in magic, Christmas is working for you. If you have a credit card, Christmas is turning it into a magic financial tool!

The Christmas wonder comes at the news that the Federal Reserve has lowered its prime rate to as low as 7.25% and so, all cardholders can naturally expect their credit card APRs to go down! What can be more beneficial if your plastic has no annual fee and a gainful rewards program besides?

All major credit card issuers, such as American Express, Citibank, Capital One, Chase and Discover have reduced their APRs on purchases, making the Christmas holiday shopping season even more enjoyable.

However, the luckiest cardholders appear to be the customers of Chase and Discover credit card companies this year. These companies are offering special programs on their products and making their online services ever more convenient and secure.

Well, let's start with Discover. If you have this brand plastic in your purse, be ready to make the most profit with the Get More program. This Christmas is high time to build the 5% cash back bonus rewards more easily and faster.

Only this December, you are offered to earn 5% cash back at groceries stores, restaurants and movies! You don't have to wait to get cash back in certain categories. Now, the three most popular categories are merged to benefit you more than ever!

Just pull out you Chase More card and it will work wonders for you this Christmas!

Chase is not staying behindhand and is also adding up to the general reduction of the prime rate. Chase Online is becoming consumer-friendlier, providing a more convenient and secure access to your account. Apart from the regular options, such as the ability to track spending, check payment due date and pay credit card bill online, you get a number of new conveniences as a Christmas gift - the gift of unbelievably low interest rates and simplifying your finances.

Now you can SAVE a great deal on transferring your high interest balances to Chase. Consolidate your credit card debt and save at the same time, easily making calculations with the balance transfer calculator available at Chase Online.

All the operations are quick and secure. Chase Online could be the best gift to give yourself this year. Chase is waiting for you to log on to Chase Online and enjoy the holiday shopping season with their credit cards.

Christmas is making your dreams come true. You start believing it with Discover and Chase credit companies!

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All rates and fees, and other terms and conditions of the products mentioned in this article/post are actual as of the last update date but are subject to change. See the current products' Terms & Conditions on the issuing banks' websites.
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