Credit Card News
As the start of the new school year approaches, parents of the UK's 8.1 million school children aged 5 to 16 could be facing a bill of £1.5 billion to kit out their children ready for the new term according to research by Nationwide Building Society.
The credit card conflict rages on, as Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Lloyds seek to attract more customers by offering balance transfer fee refunds and longer interest free periods.
Confused.com is launching a new credit card calculator, which could help Brits save hundreds of pounds on interest and shorten their debt duration, by simply increasing their payments by as little as £5.
As families get ready to pack up their bucket and spade for the peak holiday season, The UK Cards Association has pulled together guidance on using debit and credit cards abroad to help them get the best value for money when spending abroad.
Halifax has increased the interest-free period on both balance transfers and new purchases to 15 months on its All in One Credit Card.
With the 2013/14 football season fast approaching Andrew Hagger of Moneycomms.co.uk looks at whether football credit cards offer a good deal.
British pensioners are the most knowledgeable age group when it comes to using their flexible friend abroad, according to a study, commissioned by Gocompare.com.
Plastic is increasingly replacing five pound and ten pound notes as more people turn to the convenience of cards over cash for ever smaller purchases.
Following a research project undertaken with the Personal Finance Research Centre (PFRC) at The University of Bristol, The UK Cards Association has launched a new website - cardcosts.org.uk with the objective of helping consumers improve their understanding of their credit card costs.
American Express is urging Brits to make the most of their plastic following the release of the UK Cards Association Plastic Cards 2013 report.
With almost daily headlines about the future of UK high streets, it's clear that many small businesses are facing challenges when it comes to navigating their way through the current economic climate.
American Express has reintroduced its popular Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card.
American Express cardmembers sending money abroad for the first time before 31 July 2013 will be eligible to earn bonus American Express Membership Rewards points.
Capital One is rewarding travellers with its Aspire World card, a World MasterCard programme, which offers no fees on transactions in foreign currency and up to 1.25% unlimited cashback on Sterling transactions.
Just three in ten customers are aware that credit card companies operate personal pricing which means they may not get the rate advertised when they apply, according to research from Consumer Intelligence.
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