2010 Credit Card Fees Study » Survey resultsCredit Cards -- BanksCard nameAPR Fixed/ VariableAnnual feeMinimum usage to avoid annual feeBlue from American ExpressVariable$0.00noneClear from American ExpressVariable$0.00noneBank of America BankAmericard PlatinumVariable$0.00noneBBVA Compass PlatinumVariable$0.00noneCapital One Classic PlatinumVariable$39.00noneCapital One Platinum (Good Credit)Variable$0.00noneChase PlatinumVariable$0.00noneCitibank Platinum SelectVariable$0.00noneColumbus Bank & Trust PlatinumVariable$0.00noneDiscover MoreVariable$0.00noneFifth Third Bank PlatinumVariable$0.00noneFirst-Citizens B&T ClassicVariable$0.00noneFirst Hawaiian Bank ClassicVariable$0.00noneFirst PREMIER Bank Centennial CardFixed$75.00noneFirst Tennessee Bank ClassicVariable$0.00noneFirstMerit Corp Classic (Variable)Variable$0.00noneFNB Omaha PlatinumVariable$0.00Using card for 1 to 3 purchases each quarter is recommended.HSBC PlatinumVariable$0.00noneIntrust Bank PlatinumVariable$49.00 - There is no annual fee as long as you 1) use the Card at least once in a 12-month period; and 2) your account is not 2 billing cycles past due.One purchase in a 12-month period.M&I Marshall PlatinumVariable$0.00noneMichigan State StandardFixed$0.00noneNational City PlatinumVariable$0.00noneRBS Citizens Bank PlatinumVariable$0.00noneSimmons First National Bank ClassicVariable$0.00noneState Farm Bank ClassicVariable$0.00noneUMB Bank PlatinumVariable$0.00noneUS Bank PlatinumVariable$0.00 the first year and every year that you charge at least one purchase to the account, otherwise $40.00Charge at least one purchase to the account, otherwise $40.00Wells Fargo PlatinumVariable$0.00noneCredit Cards -- Credit UnionsCard nameAPR Fixed/ VariableAnnual feeMinimum usage to avoid annual feeAffinity FCU ClassicVariable$0.00noneAmerica First CU Classic No Annual FeeVariable$0.00noneAmerica First CU Classic With Annual FeeVariable$15.00noneArizona FCU PlatinumVariable$0.00noneBaxter (BCU) PlatinumFixed$0.00noneBECU (Boeing Employees) ClassicVariable$0.00noneDigital FCU ClassicVariable$0.00noneNavy FCU PlatinumVariable$0.00nonePATELCO CU ClassicVariable$0.00nonePenn State Employees CU PlatinumVariable$0.00nonePentagon FCU StandardVariable$0.00noneRedstone FCU ClassicVariable$0.00noneSan Diego County CU Classic (First Time Borrower's Card)Fixed$0.00noneSecurity Services FCU ClassicVariable$0.00noneState Employees FCU ClassicVariable$0.00noneState Farm Bank ClassicVariable$0.00noneSuncoast Schools CU Classic (Starter Card)Fixed$0.00noneVirginia Credit Union PlatinumFixed$0.00noneVyStar CU ClassicFixed$0.00noneWescom CU PlatinumVariable$0.00none<< Back to the 2010 Credit Card Fees Survey results pageadvertisementRelated Links:Paying in full won't improve credit scoreHow to find the best credit card rates2 ways to stop identity theftRelated Articles:Credit card fees increasing?Credit card ratesHow to beat bad credit
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