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Added December 13, 2010 from: Beverly Blair Harzog
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Answered By Beverly Blair Harzog:
Getting a new credit card is a bit like shopping for a new car. You want to get take a look, kick the tires (in this case, look at the APR), and make sure you find the best deal. Often, local banks give their customers good deals, so definitely take a look at your bank and see what they have to offer.

You mention you have an account with a credit union. Many credit unions offer credit cards with low APRs. You don't say which credit union you belong to, but it's worth taking the time to check out the cards offered by your credit union. They might have a card offer for members with good credit.

After you've checked out your bank and credit union, take a look at low interest credit cards on the market.

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