Credit Card News
MBNA has launched a new credit card offering consumers an all-in-one solution to their everyday spending and debt consolidation needs.
From Monday 24 September, Santander 123 Credit Card customers will be able to earn 3 per cent cashback on their National Rail travel and Transport for London spend including tube, train and bus travel.
aqua, the credit card business that helps people who are new to credit or customers looking to restore their credit ratings, has seen strong demand for its innovative cards with more than 200,000 applications in the three months since their launch.
The last twelve months has taken its toll on our finances, but those aged 18-34 have had to adjust their finances significantly and have also put themselves at risk to extra fees and interest charges by using expensive forms of credit, according to research from MoneySupermarket.com.
One of the easiest ways of getting into debt is by using credit cards that you can’t afford to pay off. It’s an obvious trap that so many of us fall into.
As Nectar - the UK's largest loyalty programme - celebrates its 10th birthday, American Express is giving new Nectar Credit Card members the chance to receive ‘many happy returns' of their own with 10,000 Nectar bonus points.
Sainsbury's Bank is launching two new market leading credit cards; a new Sainsbury's Nectar Credit Card and a new Sainsbury's Cashback Credit Card.
It seems those exciting-sounding credit cards offered by the banks, offering a range of enticing benefits including money back, free travel insurance and all those desirable-sounding bells and whistles, are not the good-news story they initially seem to be.
Britain is moving closer to becoming a ‘cashless society' according to research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
Brits are collectively sitting on £260 billion of available credit according to research by MoneySupemarket.
American Express has partnered with the NSPCC to offer a new way for card members to make donations to the charity.
Confused.com is warning consumers of the dangers of debt as a study by the leading price comparison site shows a credit card may be more attainable for many people than last year, especially those that are unemployed or on lower incomes.
New research reveals a marked increase in the number of UK consumers turning to credit cards that offer rewards, as Britons seek ways to make their money work harder.
Summer is an expensive time for families as they fork out on activities and holidays to keep their children entertained, but they could generate some extra money by using a reward card for their spending, according to MoneySupermarket.
As UK holidaymakers head overseas for their summer break Post Office urges them to avoid charges for using their credit cards abroad; which could see people hit with £135 million in unnecessary fees, according to research from Post Office Credit Card.
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