- For credit cards, the APR is the cost of credit expressed as a yearly interest rate. Each billing period (usually about a month), the company charges a fraction of the annual rate, called the periodic rate.
APR or “annual percentage rate” is an annualized interest rate. Different APRs may apply to different balances on your account, such as your purchase balance or your cash advance balance. We use the APR that applies to each balance to calculate the interest that you owe us on the account.
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