Credit Card News
The RAC has launched a prepaid debit card that could earn new members and existing members buying at least one extra product over £500 a year in cashback simply by using it at more than 60 of Britain’s best-known retailers and restaurants.
Many of us are feeling the financial pinch at the minute, but it appears that 18-24 year olds are adopting particularly risky ways to ease their cash-flow. A study of UK Credit Card data has shown that one in five of us are withdrawing money via our Credit Cards.
Scots are the most reward savvy consumers in the UK, saving an average of £1,019 per year, according to research commissioned by American Express.
Charity credit card provider of the year MBNA and the British Heart Foundation have extended the balance transfer offer on the British Heart Foundation Credit Card for eligible new customers.
Sainsbury’s Bank has lowered the rate on its Sainsbury’s low rate Nectar Credit Card to 6.9% APR Representative Variable, making it the lowest low rate credit card on the market.
High spending shoppers could be missing out if they haven’t got the right credit card. The more spent on some cards, the more consumers could earn to spend on flights and holidays.
Virgin Atlantic and MBNA have signed a new five year UK credit card partnership and have enhanced their leading Virgin Atlantic Black Credit Card Account for eligible new customers.
With post-Christmas credit card bills hitting door mats over the coming weeks, many UK households will be looking to consolidate their debts in order to get their finances in order.
One in 10 people had their credit or debit card declined more than once during 2013 because they ran out of money, new research has found.
Nationwide Building Society has launched a series of exclusive offers for its main current account customers. This includes a credit card cashback offer and a reduced personal loan rate; just two of a number of ‘Flexclusive’ offers that are available.
Sainsbury’s Bank has launched a new Sainsbury's Nectar Credit Card exclusively through MoneySupermaket.
Faced with a New Year and a new start, many people may be worried about existing debts and any additional costs they’ve piled on during the festive period and over the course of 2013.
Consumers will see in the New Year owing an average of £2,875 on their credit card, according to new research from uSwitch.com. But a worrying 7% of consumers will start 2014 with balances of £10,000 or more on their card.
MBNA has launched a new Smartphone Card Services app as part of the continued evolution of the way it provides services to customers.
Last year one in five new Nationwide credit cards sent out during the festive season were to replace lost or stolen cards.
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