LIMITED-TIME OFFER: 0% APR* for 12 months with a low 3% balance transfer fee
(thereafter, your rate will be 12.75% to 26.75%)
Balance transfers may help you save money.
Paying too much in interest on your credit card? Transfer them to a low-rate DuPage Credit Union credit card. Balance transfers may help you save money by avoiding higher interest rates on other credit cards and consolidating them into one low monthly payment.
Calculate your savings
Use this balance transfer calculator to estimate how much money you could save.
Amount to Transfer
Current Interest Rate (%)
Use balance transfers to:
Pay down debt faster
With lower interest or no interest payments, you'll be able to pay off your balances more quickly.
Pay less interest
Transfer your balances to a lower rate DuPage Credit Union credit card and you could save hundreds on interest charges.
Bring over balances from multiple credit cards to simplify your life with one low monthly payment and one due date.
Two options to save you money on balance transfers:
Save money on balance transfers and earn unlimited Rewards Points.
Get help with balance transfers.
Convenience checks are used just like any other check; however, funds written from these checks will go towards your credit card balance. You can use them to:
- Transfer balances from high rate credit cards to your DuPage Credit Union Visa® Credit Card.
- Make large purchases such as repairs or any unexpected costs.
- Write yourself a check and deposit the funds into your checking account.
Before you use them, make sure you have enough available credit for the transaction(s), interest, and any related fees.
Take the first step towards paying down debt.
Transfer your high-rate credit card balances to a DuPage Credit Union card.
Information and interactive calculators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use and are not intended to provide investment advice. We can not and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regards to your individual circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from qualified professionals regarding all personal finance issues.
Some restrictions may apply.
APR = Annual Percentage Rate