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Low interest credit cards are credit cards that offer a lower amount of interest than other credit cards on the market. These cards often offer a zero percent interest rate during an introductory period, followed by a standard interest rate after the period's expiration. With this type of card, you will not pay any interest on purchases you make during the introductory period, as long as you pay them off before the period expires. Once the introductory period has expired, your balance will begin accruing interest based on the card's standard rate.Other cards that fall under the low interest category are those that simply offer a lower-than-average interest rate overall. In most cases, these cards are available only to consumers with higher credit scores. However, they can provide significant savings over other types of cards.
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