Balance-transfer credit cards now offer people looking to shift their debt up to 36-months interest-free. But longer isn’t always better, as we explain.
Credit card repayments too expensive? Now may be the ideal time to transfer your debt thanks to some highly competitive interest-free deals.
If you need some extra money, you may be looking at a credit card or a personal loan. But before you decide, read our guide on the best way to borrow.
Barclaycard, Sainsbury’s and Tesco have all released new 0% credit card deals this week - the latest saga in the ongoing price war between providers.
Tesco has launched a new market-leading credit card today that doesn’t charge a penny on balance transfers. We take a closer look.
Nearly half of credit card holders have been offered a credit limit increase by their provider in the past year despite not asking for one.
Lloyds bank has launched two new credit cards this week, one with a low balance transfer fee of only 0.4%. We look at why it could pay to switch now.
Barclaycard has increased its top interest-free balance transfer credit card from 32 to 33 months – the longest ever 0% deal available in the UK.
Santander has upgraded its interest-free 123 credit card so that it now offers cashback on flights and travel bookings - just in time for summer.
Tesco Bank has increased the introductory interest-free period on its balance transfer credit card from 29 to 30 months.
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