If your plastic has taken a pounding over the festive season and you’re looking for breathing space, now could be the time to apply for a balance transfer card.
Many shoppers are familiar with being offered a 10 per cent discount or more on purchases if they take out a store card. But with a ban on such discounts looming, will store cards survive?
Most credit cards try to be our friends. We receive emails, post, web adverts inviting us to apply. But there’s a more exclusive range out there that you can’t apply for – cards for the super-rich.
Cashback cards and plastic offering 0 per cent interest can both save you money on Christmas purchases. Here is a round-up of the most rewarding credit cards available now.
If you’re looking for a new credit card, it’s easy to get dazzled by the ever-lengthening balance transfer deals that have hit the market in the past few months.
We take a look around the globe to see whether the UK’s love affair with plastic is matched in other countries
A competitive credit card market means there are some great balance transfer cards around Here’s what you need to know before you borrow.
Compare cards for anything from balance transfers to credit cards for people with bad credit.
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