Credit Card News
Lloyds Bank has launched a new, market leading low interest rate credit card. The new credit card complements the broad range of Lloyds Bank cards and offers customers more choice when it comes to their purchasing power.
Charity credit card provider, MBNA, and The Royal British Legion are to extend their eight year affinity card relationship with an enhanced credit card which will enable members of the public to support the charity simply by spending on their card.
Santander UK has launched a new service which enables its debit and credit card customers to earn cashback on their next purchases, just by going about their everyday shopping.
With just one more payday left before Christmas, complacent credit card holders could be missing out on a better deal by staying with their current provider, according to research by MoneySuperMarket.
With Halloween just around the corner, some people may agree that there are far more frightening things lurking in the shadows than ghosts and ghouls.
Lloyds Bank has reinforced the market leading Lloyds Bank Avios Rewards Credit Card Account with its new purchase power and balance transfer offer.
Credit card provider of the year MBNA has launched a new time limited MBNA Platinum Credit Card, offering eligible new customers zero percent on balance transfers for up to 25 months from account opening date (a 1.45 percent handling fee applies (£3 minimum)).
With just two pay days left until Christmas, MoneySuperMarket reveals the top ways consumers can expand their Christmas spending budget at no extra cost.
Two new offers are now available: the market’s longest ever balance transfer and purchase credit card, both for 18 months, and a card offering 0% interest on balance transfers for 33 months.
With uniforms, books, stationery and other extras on parents’ shopping lists, many families will soon be thinking about how to cover the cost of the start of the new school year.
Pockit.com, the innovative Prepaid MasterCard provider, has laid down a gauntlet and launched one of the UK's first prepaid cards that is completely fee free to load online and spend anywhere in the UK and does not charge for account dormancy or cancellations.
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.
The increasing popularity and practicality of shopping on plastic using debit and credit cards may be helping to transform the UK into a cashless society.
Holidaymakers planning on using their plastic abroad can see the extra charges mount up if they are not careful, banking expert David Black of Consumer Intelligence warns.
MBNA, the power behind the credit cards of some of the UK’s most popular brands, has boosted the bonus mile offers for a range of UK airline credit card programmes.
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