Return on investment is pretty important here. Always get the 100% match if your employer offers one, that is literally doubling your money and even beats the return from paying off your credit card debt. Wanting to pay that off makes sense but you should be able to call your card issuer and get it reduced quite a bit unless you've been late on your payments. Give it a shot, it costs nothing to try.
the student loan is @ 6%
car loan is 6%
The 401 match definitely beats both of these too. Contributing extra to the 401 is a closer decision, but I'd probably still elect to pay off the debt, since a 6% guaranteed after-tax return is hard to beat.
the other is 1.9%
Do not pay this off early ever - that is about the rate of inflation and therefore is basically free money.
Bottom line - take advantage of the employer match first. And unless you can pay off the credit card debt in a single check, call them and ask for a rate reduction while you do pay it off.
I can understand the desire to be debt-free and all but you are costing yourself money if you don't take advantage of an employer match.