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Balance Transfer Calculator

Considering a switch? Estimate your savings easily.

How much will I save by transferring my credit card balance to a First Bank card?

Whether you are a current First Bank customer or you just learned about us, you could save a lot of money by transferring your personal or business credit card balance to our First Bank Mastercard. Our balance transfer calculator makes it simple for you to estimate your savings.

We offer a $0 balance transfer fee to make it easy for you to consolidate your cards and start paying off any high-interest debt.

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Estimated monthly savings reflect the regular interest rate you entered which may be different from the regular rate you qualify to receive. Calculations & Assumptions: The savings reflected are approximate and are calculated on the difference in interest charges between the higher APR cards you entered and the lower introductory balance transfer APR offered by First Bank. Actual savings may be impacted based on your purchase and payment activity. Additionally, it is assumed that no other balances are on the account other than the transferred balance that is subject to the promotional rate. See your credit card agreement for details. Balance transfer amount are subject to limitations and restrictions. The promotion period is available for qualifying new customers only and is the first 6 billing cycles following account opening when the balance is transferred.

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