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Money transfer credit cards

If you’re looking to make a big purchase, or simply pay off an overdraft or existing debt, then this could be the option for you. Money transfer credit cards allow you to transfer cash straight into your current account. Some providers offer 0% interest on transfers for an agreed period of time, but it’s worth remembering that most cards charge a transfer fee (usually about 4%).


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Virgin Balance Transfer

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36 months of 0% interest on transfers

4% fee

6 months 0% interest on purchases

18.9% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 18.9% APR variable. Based on assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 18.9% (variable) annual.

Fluid Balance Transfer

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24 months of 0% interest on transfers

3.99% fee

No 0% intro

18.9% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 18.9% APR variable. Based on assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 18.9% (variable) annual.
Transfer your existing balance and pay 0% for 33 months, plus check you're eligible before you apply

MBNA Everyday Credit Card

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22 months of 0% interest on transfers

4% fee

16 months 0% interest on purchases

18.9% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 18.9% APR variable. Based on assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 18.9% (variable) annual.
Benefit from 22 months at 0% interest on money & balance transfers, plus check you're eligible before you apply

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Your guide to credit cards

  • Things to consider before getting a money transfer card
  • Which card providers offer money transfers?
  • How does it differ to cash withdrawals and balance transfers?
  • What is a money transfer credit card?

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