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Chase Slate Edge℠ vs Citi Simplicity® Card
Two simple cards that offer a long interest-free period.
These two cards are both with “no intro APR” which features no rewards program and no annual fee. The main difference between the two is the length of the 0% intro APR period on balance transfers. The Citi Simplicity® Card has a longer intro APR period at 21 months, while the Chase Slate Edge℠ offers an intro period of just 18 months.
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