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If it's a bal. xfer from another card, then you are fine as far as interest goes, because you will just have two balance transfers on the card(as long as the one we are talking about are within your limit). If the other xfer you want to do is not within your limit, then by all means go for the USPS balance xfer offer(or another one if you can find one better).

Try your best to stagger the times when the zero interest promotional periods ends as well--if possible. You don't want both offers to come to an end at the same time if you can't pay them off(or take advantage of another zero percent offer after that).

Sounds like you have it all figured out, though. Good job and good luck paying it all down.

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