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.
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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.
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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.
Around 10% of families in England struggle to pay their gas and electricity bills, according to official data.
Sainsbury’s has launched a credit card that offers 12 months interest-free on balance transfers for a 0.5% transfer fee – the lowest rate around.
Barclaycard has increased its top interest-free balance transfer credit card from 31 to 32 months – the longest ever 0% deal available in the UK.
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