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NatWest credit cards

NatWest are part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, and formed in 1968 following the merger of National Provincial Bank of England and Westminster Bank. They specialise in providing low rate APR credit cards which typically offer a flat rate across spending. Confused.com lets you compare NatWest cards all in one place and apply online.

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NatWest

Natwest Private Black Credit Card

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18 months of 0.0% interest on transfers

2.90% fee

6 months 0% interest on purchases

No rewards

14.9% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 14.9% APR variable. Based on assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 14.94% (variable) annual.

NatWest Student Credit Card

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No 0% intro on transfers

N/A fee

No 0% intro

No rewards

18.9% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 18.9% APR variable. Based on assumed borrowing of £500. Rate of interest 18.95% (variable) annual.

NatWest Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card

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No 0% intro on transfers

N/A fee

No 0% intro

No rewards

11.1% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 11.1% APR variable. Based on £24 annual fee, assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 6.9% (variable) annual.
One simple low rate on purchases and balance transfers

NatWest Cashback Plus

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No 0% intro on transfers

N/A fee

No 0% intro

Cashback

17.4% APR

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Representative Example: Representative 17.4% APR variable. Based on £24 annual fee, assumed borrowing of £1,200. Rate of interest 12.9% (variable) annual.
Earn 1% cashback on all supermarket shopping and contactless transactions, plus 0.5% on all other purchases at home and abroad, with at least 1% on shopping at Cashback Plus retailers

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