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Credit Card Interest Rates by Credit Score, Type of Card and Issuer

The most recent statistics on credit cards sorted by interest rates, types of cards, issuer, and credit score.

By Type of Card

By Issuer

By Credit Score

Credit Card Interest Rates by Credit Score, Type of Card and Issuer
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  • Vencer Tasayco

    Steve, please explain to me how to read your rates by credit score because I see that the worse type (No Credit) gets the best interest. I am missing something!

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      if you click on the link you’ll see most of the cards are prepaid cards that charge no interest on the balance. That apparently skews the math.

  • credit card application

    I totally agree on that! Simple credit cards have the lowest interest rate and that will make you not lost in your budget.

  • http://www.cheap-credit-cards.org credit card application

    I totally agree on that! Simple credit cards have the lowest interest rate and that will make you not lost in your budget.

  • http://CreditCardsDirect.com CreditCardsDirect.com

    Let me give you the best tip when looking for a credit card. Do not go for those fancy credit cards that offer
    cash backs, rewards, miles, or etc.

    Look for simple credit cards that have the lowest interest rate. Same thing applies to debit cards. Look for those that offer nothing and have no fees.

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