Last year one in five new Nationwide credit cards sent out during the festive season were to replace lost or stolen cards.
The Christmas countdown is on and with three weeks to go, MoneySuperMarket reveals nearly a third (30 per cent) of Christmas spenders won’t be able to make their November salary last to fund the festivities.
Nationwide Building Society, in partnership with Visa Europe, has announced the launch of V.me by Visa, a digital wallet that will offer the Society’s over six and a half million credit and debit card customers an innovative new way to make shopping online faster, easier and more secure.
Saga Platinum credit card customers made the most of their holiday this summer, as they saved an estimated £1.5 million in foreign exchange fees when using their Saga Platinum Credit Card this year.
Nationwide Building Society is increasing its interest free purchase offer on both the Select Credit Card (available to main current account customers) and Nationwide Credit Card for all new customers.
Consumers should make the most of the credit and loyalty card deals during the festive season, to make sure they earn extra bang for their buck, according to MoneySuperMarket.
As the cost of living weighs heavily on household budgets with energy bills hitting an all-time high, every penny counts for most consumers in the run up to the festive season.
M&S Bank is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the M&S Credit Card, which launched in October 2003. Over one million customers have held their credit card since launch, and over the past 10-years M&S Credit Card customers have shared £400m in M&S vouchers, with 40 billion points earned during this period.
The gloves are off in the credit card market, with the big players upping the length of their interest free balance transfer periods try and entice new customers ahead of the festive season.
Hidden credit card purchases are causing rifts between couples, with one in ten Brits separating or divorcing their partner as a result, according to research from MoneySuperMarket.
MBNA has lowered the balance transfer fee on its Everyday Credit Card, designed to offer eligible consumers an all-in-one solution to their everyday spending and debt consolidation needs.
All new customers taking out a Halifax All in One Credit Card will pay an effective balance transfer fee of just 0.8%.
When it comes to money it seems that UK couples like to keep their finances divorced. A survey, conducted with more than 1,200 British adults currently in a relationship, found that 16% like to keep love and money separate.
Tesco Bank has added a low APR option to its Clubcard Credit Card range, offering customers a market leading* 7.8% APR representative on purchases and 3 months 0% interest on purchases from account opening.
Post Office has announced a new issue of its credit card which allows customers to transfer their balance without paying any interest for the first 18 months.
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