I am aware of how balance transfers work, and that there are various things to consider with that.
However, I generally treat my credit card as a debit card, paying it off fully at the end of each month. However, I'm planning on using the card for slight leverage in upcoming months and am likely to accrue a balance of $4000-6000 for a period of a few months.
Currently, I'm in the 15-month period of 0% APR but it inconveniently expires very soon, at which time it becomes 20%.
Can I just cancel this card and get a new one to get back into the 0% period? I have zero outstanding balance and an excellent score. Is this standard practice? I'm trying to figure out why it wouldn't be.