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Credit Card Vouchers etc

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
I'm looking for a credit card that will give vouchers, cashback etc depending on my monthly spend. I clear my card every month so interest rate deals are no use to me. I don't get anything from my present card provider.

Time for a change. Any good deals out there?
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
We use Goldfish which gives reward points for various stores. However they do charge for usage abroad or foreign currency internet sites etc. so we have the Post Office one for that!
#2
Hi we have an alliance and leicester credit card and get back a % of our purchases, i dont think its very much, but it pays out in January which is a good thing just after christmas, it may be worth a look
#4
i think in the current climate things are likely to change, credit card companies are looking to make extra money, most are talking about charging everybody money as there are too many people paying in full at the end of the month, they do not like this anymore. some are going to charge for foreign transactions, and some are on about charging for internet use as there is a bigger risk of fraud
#5
marks and spencers give you vouchers as well
#6
Thanks to everyone that replied. I had a look around and the Marks and Spencer one is looking good.
Who doesn't spend in Marks?

All very informative, rep added to all.
#7
Capital 1 4%
American Express 5% into thereafter 0.5%
Goldfish voucher 0.66%
Barclaycard 2% on Supermarkets
ASDA 2p off petrol
Morgan Stanley 1% on your first £2000, 0.5% thereafter
Mint 0.5%
#8
blueretro;1724790
Thanks to everyone that replied. I had a look around and the Marks and Spencer one is looking good.
Who doesn't spend in Marks?

All very informative, rep added to all.

Why vouchers when cash is king.
For abroad, use Nationwide or the Post Office for 0% commission.
#9
American express is good..cashback given, with good special offers..current/recent offers 30% discount gap, £10 discount on every £50 spend at House of Fraser, free £10 debenham gift vouchers. check out
http://www.americanexpressofferzone.com/selects/SearchHandler.aspx?resetsort=yes&searchtype=basic&countrycd=gb®id=0
alternatively John Lewis partnership card, although not best rate of payout, the vouchers can be used online at john lewis and ocado (so can conbine with online discount codes)

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