At Energy One, we understand that sometimes you just need a break. For a limited time, you can apply for an Energy One credit card with 0% APR* for 18 billing cycles, which means not only can you continue to get what you need, but you also have the ability to consolidate your balances.
Our card features:
- 0% intro APR* on purchases and balance transfers for 18 billing cycles.
- No annual fee*
- No fraud liability1
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We may change APRs, fees and other Account terms in the future based on your experience with Elan Financial Services and its affiliates as provided under the Cardmember Agreement and applicable law.
*The 0% introductory APR applies to purchases and is valid for the first 18 billing cycles. The 0% introductory APR applies to balance transfers made within 558 days from account opening and is valid for the first 18 billing cycles. The introductory rate does not apply to cash advances. Thereafter, the APR may vary and as of 9/30/19, the undiscounted variable APR for Purchases and Balance Transfers is 13.74%-22.74% based on your creditworthiness. The variable APR for Cash Advances is 25.74%. Cash Advance fee: 4% of each advance amount, $10 minimum. Convenience Check fee: 3% of each check amount, $5 minimum. Cash Equivalent fee: 4% of each cash amount, $20 minimum. Balance Transfer fee: 3% of each transfer amount, $5 minimum. There is a $2 minimum interest charge where interest is due. Annual fee: $0. Foreign Transaction fee: 2% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in U.S. Dollars. 3% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in a Foreign Currency. We apply your minimum payment to balances with lower APRs first, including promotional APRs. Amounts paid over the minimum payment will be applied in the order of highest to lowest APR balances.