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Barclaycard 42 month 0% balance transfer card

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42 months 0% 2.99% fee £20 cashback if you transfer a balance of £500 or more !
MaddiesDaddy Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago29 Comments
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ses6jwg
Mogolent
MagazineBrian
Could I use this card to clear my overdraft as my bank is charging me ridiculous charges each month thanks in advance.

Sometimes they have Money transfer offer - so you can transfer money to current account with 2.99% fee and 0% for 1-1.5 years...

​santander doing 41 months with no BT fee but £3 pcm
That seems a much more straightforward deal. With a high amount transferred, paying £36 per year would be peanuts.


​Yes probably a winner for higher balances
ses6jwg
Mogolent
MagazineBrian
Could I use this card to clear my overdraft as my bank is charging me ridiculous charges each month thanks in advance.

Sometimes they have Money transfer offer - so you can transfer money to current account with 2.99% fee and 0% for 1-1.5 years...

​santander doing 41 months with no BT fee but £3 pcm
That seems a much more straightforward deal. With a high amount transferred, paying £36 per year would be peanuts.
mbk07
Can existing barclaycard holders get this? (minus the cashback)
No, you cannot. I just asked them the same question and was refused.
bear91
carloszoe1982
bear91
howbord
bear91
Palwan
bear91
Im trying to figure out what minimum repayment is each month?
2.25% of outstanding balance.
What's to stop me transferring exactly £500, cost approx £15, and then getting the cashback of £20? Profit £5 and a free loan for 42 months.
Have I missed something?
If you have an existing Barclay card; no cashback.
How can it be 0% then? Or am i missing something
Yes you are missing something
Thanks helpful ;)
​you have to make the minimum payments every month or you will default and the interest will then begin. If you make the minimum payment every month you pay 0 interest but you still have to pay off the debt. so the key is transfer a balance but make sure you can pay off the minimum payment every month.
Cheers after digging worked it all out lol thanks for help

The monthly minimum payment is usually higher than other credit cards which is worth being aware of.
bob51
What's to stop me transferring exactly £500, cost approx £15, and then getting the cashback of £20? Profit £5 and a free loan for 42 months.
Have I missed something?


Nothing.
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Barclaycard Credit Card 0% Interest for 24months with 0% fee + £31.05 TCB

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TCB Expires 25/12/16 https://www.topcashback.co.uk/search/merchants/?s=Barclaycard+No+Fee+Platinum+24+Month+Balance+Transfer+Card Just got this deal myself and the 2% got paid back as soon as the
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tom_hungston
pimpchez
Question : I already have a barclaycard , with 0 balance ready to be closed when i ring them up can i still apply for this one ?
​i wouldn't as not only you'll get rejected it'll leave footprint on ya credit file, meaning if another card provider offers attractive deal and you apply for it, you'll be rejected too as they'll see previous rejection,
best way to play this game is to close account and wait for 1 year before applying to same card provider.
merry Xmas everyone
Thats good sensible advice about waiting and would be my advice, however when a credit check is done the institution can see previous checks but not whether they were accepted or rejected.

One or 2 applications per year should have no real effect on credit worthiness. Its when more are made or applications made in a short space of time as next institution does not know whether you were accepted or rejected for last and the system errs on the side of caution.



Edited By: callum84 on Dec 23, 2016 20:16
tom_hungston
pimpchez
Question : I already have a barclaycard , with 0 balance ready to be closed when i ring them up can i still apply for this one ?
​i wouldn't as not only you'll get rejected it'll leave footprint on ya credit file, meaning if another card provider offers attractive deal and you apply for it, you'll be rejected too as they'll see previous rejection,
best way to play this game is to close account and wait for 1 year before applying to same card provider.
merry Xmas everyone


Fair play , they seem to have other ideas by sending me constant applications in the post.
pimpchez
Question : I already have a barclaycard , with 0 balance ready to be closed when i ring them up can i still apply for this one ?


​i wouldn't as not only you'll get rejected it'll leave footprint on ya credit file, meaning if another card provider offers attractive deal and you apply for it, you'll be rejected too as they'll see previous rejection,

best way to play this game is to close account and wait for 1 year before applying to same card provider.

merry Xmas everyone
farmeruk1
Not free as it will eff3ct you credit report for just applying.


​Yes. You can pass down your perfect credit score down the generations. Might fetch a few quid on Antiques Roadshow...
pimpchez
Question : I already have a barclaycard , with 0 balance ready to be closed when i ring them up can i still apply for this one ?
At one point I had 3 with all the takeovers.

Im pretty sure the rules changed at start of year though and now you can only hold 1 barclaycard.

There was also a 6 month exclusion after closing an account.

Not sure if this is still the case, should tell you in the application T&Cs
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Barclaycard pay tags from £7.49

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I used to use the phone tape before I had an NFC phone and found it very useful. Now they have lot more options and at a discounted price till 30th November.
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Barclaycard Platinum Travel Credit Card with no Foreign Transaction Fee (includes Free Cash Withdrawal till Aug 31, 2018)

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As per the title. No transaction fees for non-sterling transactions. This includes taking money out of ATM. However - if you take money out you should make sure to pay it in full - otherwise be ready
cocoguy Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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I used this recently, when I went abroad. The card doesn't charge you for ATM withdrawals and you only need to take care to pay it off in full by the end of the month. I found the rates to be better than those given by SuperCard.
collaroy99
cocoguy
tovers93
Not a bad option. I use the Halifax clarity at the moment which is brilliant. You just need a current account before you can get one. I used it while travelling in the summer, just paying it off every few days to minimize interest
Do they let you take cash from ATM without incurring interest or extra charge?
Yes this Credit Card will charge you to withdraw cash and will charge you a fee until it has been paid off. I do not use a credit card to withdraw cash abroad.
To get 'charge free' cash withdrawals I use the Nationwide Flex Plus. It has a £10 a month charge, but for me as that gave me annual family travel insurance, it worked out cheaper this way.
3% AER (2.96% gross p.a.) variable in-credit interest on balances up to £2,500. Interest is paid monthly.
Worldwide Family Travel Insurance
UK & European Breakdown and Recovery Assistance
Worldwide Family Mobile Phone Insurance.
12 month extended Warranty Protection,
Identity Theft Assistance
Worldwide Emergency Card Assistance
Commission-free cash withdrawals abroad
I also use the Halifax Clarity Credit Card for payments made on card abroad. I pay off this balance monthly so I pay no interest charge.
Have a look on moneysavingexpert for best banks around for cash and credit
collaroy99
cocoguy
[quote=tovers93] Not a bad option. I use the Halifax clarity at the moment which is brilliant. You just need a current account before you can get one. I used it while travelling in the summer, just paying it off every few days to minimize interest
Do they let you take cash from ATM without incurring interest or extra charge?
Yes this Credit Card will charge you to withdraw cash and will charge you a fee until it has been paid off. I do not use a credit card to withdraw cash abroad.
To get 'charge free' cash withdrawals I use the Nationwide Flex Plus. It has a £10 a month charge, but for me as that gave me annual family travel insurance, it worked out cheaper this way.
3% AER (2.96% gross p.a.) variable in-credit interest on balances up to £2,500. Interest is paid monthly.
Worldwide Family Travel Insurance
UK & European Breakdown and Recovery Assistance
Worldwide Family Mobile Phone Insurance.
12 month extended Warranty Protection,
Identity Theft Assistance
Worldwide Emergency Card Assistance
Commission-free cash withdrawals abroad
I also use the Halifax Clarity Credit Card for payments made on card abroad. I pay off this balance monthly so I pay no interest charge.
Have a look on moneysavingexpert for best banks around for cash and credit options abroad.

According to MSE and Barclaycard's own website, this card does not charge for ATM withdrawals nor does it charge interest on ATM cash providing the balance is paid in full at the end of the month.

Edited By: nordberg on Oct 19, 2016 18:12: spelling
woldranger
I've been using the Halifax clarity card for years now and it's been great - considering I travel for a minimum of 6 months of the year then I can safely say this has been well tested! I have a dd set to pay it off in full every month. I rarely use it for purchases, just withdrawing cash from atm's as I see this as the safer option when it comes to fraud.
So far, there's been nothing to touch it. I saw this card mentioned on the mse weekly mail.

I have the same card, I thought you pay interest the moment you withdraw cash from an ATM?
Just a quck FYI, all new N and P current account openings have been suspended today.

haven't gotta clue why they've done that.
I've been using the Halifax clarity card for years now and it's been great - considering I travel for a minimum of 6 months of the year then I can safely say this has been well tested! I have a dd set to pay it off in full every month. I rarely use it for purchases, just withdrawing cash from atm's as I see this as the safer option when it comes to fraud.

So far, there's been nothing to touch it. I saw this card mentioned on the mse weekly mail.
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Get paid to shift debt! Barclaycard (with no BT fee) Platinum 23 month 0% APR balance transfer with £20 cashback

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This Barclaycard deal offers 23 months interest-free on balance transfers with no fee to shift your debt, however, some accepted will only get 12 months at 0%. If you transfer at least £500 within
m5rcc Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago23 Comments
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R2D2
(and yes i know it's not good to only payback the minimum payment every month)

Unless you plan to pay off everything before the 23 months are up...
i transferred to a Barclaycard which was fine but the monthly minimum payment was about 2.4% of the outstanding balance, whereas most cards are 1%... so good if you don't want a low monthly repayment... (and yes i know it's not good to only payback the minimum payment every month)
thanks op :) great find :)
Jules_HT
Hammondhammond
How would this work if you had an overdraft, paying high fees.
The recent Virgin card is the one to go for there.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheapest-loan-cash-ll-ever-get-with-a-virgin-money-bank-transfer-credit-card-1-69-2475701
Belter of a deal that, and you can get a good idea of your chances of success from the Virgin site without affecting your credit rating.

Thanks
Hammondhammond
How would this work if you had an overdraft, paying high fees.

The recent Virgin card is the one to go for there.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheapest-loan-cash-ll-ever-get-with-a-virgin-money-bank-transfer-credit-card-1-69-2475701

Belter of a deal that, and you can get a good idea of your chances of success from the Virgin site without affecting your credit rating.

Nb. tou pay your overdraft off you need a cash transfer, not a balance transfer. Very different (and often attracting very different interest and transfer fees).

Edited By: Jules_HT on Sep 15, 2016 09:56
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Barclaycard retention payments! £50.00

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Hi, I've got a Barclaycard platinum card which is a free card by them that I never use. Called them up to cancel it and was put through to retentions and they have put a £50 credit on my card to sp…
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randomdude12
...​​Got scared and had to make some phone interference noise then put the phone down!


Thanks, one of the funniest things I've read for a while.

randomdude12
Update on my last post - I rang again and this time I got £20 free...


I'm going to try it, but will only accept £50 like the op. Now off to figure out how to do that without letting them cancel for nothing in return.
Update on my last post- I rang again and this time I got £20 free. The key is to say you only hold 1 credit card at a time and you have been offered a deal (make a deal up) elsewhere so you are cancelling barclaycard. They will try to keep you by offering some 0% interest over 6 months nonsense (pointless for me because I pay off in full after every month) or a new type of card . Keep rejecting then when you are on the verge agreeing to leave they offer you £20- then accept to stay. So deal is hot!

Edited By: randomdude12 on Aug 24, 2016 12:27
Very messy but thanks may try it
Typical Irresponsible credit card companies trying to keep people in debt.
Good for you if you cancel the card after spending the 50.00, but even if 25% of people dont cancel, they have made millions worth of debt from those that dont cancel and keep spending.
Says the guy that took credit cards for granted. I have never went into debt management, but have went from £10,000 debt to £2500.00, I will never make the same mistake. We live we learn eh!
Just tried it and they said ok they are happy to cancel. Got scared and had to make some phone interference noise then put the phone down!
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barclaycard BALANCE TRANSFER CARD 0.0% for 32 months 0.72% FEE

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Could be good if you want a lower fee and are happy with a bit less time to pay off your balance 0% interest on balance transfers for 32 months from account opening (0.72% fee applies) A fee of
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BigYoSpeck
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
You also from Equifax credit rating every month for free so you can work on getting your credit score up....If that matters to you
Yeah it's super basic though. Just sign up for noddle if you want a free credit checkhttps://www.noddle.co.uk/
Tried and failed to sign up with them several times. They've got pretty poor reviews online too. Here's a link with more info: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11475019/Could-free-credit-checks-be-a-scam.html
I see no actually information in that article, just the writers own fear, uncertainty and doubt. Any time you make a payment online you take a risk.
Agreed the article is not great...its the online reviews that would put me off most of all....
Well I can't speak for others but their information for me is very accurate, their score has me similarly positioned to Experian and I can't imagine what they could do wrong with my credit details. I often think with things like these that the bad reviews are often user error to be frank. I wouldn't bother going to write a good review but I can imagine a lot of people who are narked they didn't get the information they wanted going on a mindless rant without stopping to think what they may have done wrong.
You may well be right about the ranters...Good to hear its worked for you
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
You also from Equifax credit rating every month for free so you can work on getting your credit score up....If that matters to you
Yeah it's super basic though. Just sign up for noddle if you want a free credit checkhttps://www.noddle.co.uk/
Tried and failed to sign up with them several times. They've got pretty poor reviews online too. Here's a link with more info: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11475019/Could-free-credit-checks-be-a-scam.html
I see no actually information in that article, just the writers own fear, uncertainty and doubt. Any time you make a payment online you take a risk.
Agreed the article is not great...its the online reviews that would put me off most of all....

Well I can't speak for others but their information for me is very accurate, their score has me similarly positioned to Experian and I can't imagine what they could do wrong with my credit details. I often think with things like these that the bad reviews are often user error to be frank. I wouldn't bother going to write a good review but I can imagine a lot of people who are narked they didn't get the information they wanted going on a mindless rant without stopping to think what they may have done wrong.
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
You also from Equifax credit rating every month for free so you can work on getting your credit score up....If that matters to you
Yeah it's super basic though. Just sign up for noddle if you want a free credit checkhttps://www.noddle.co.uk/
Tried and failed to sign up with them several times. They've got pretty poor reviews online too. Here's a link with more info: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11475019/Could-free-credit-checks-be-a-scam.html
I see no actually information in that article, just the writers own fear, uncertainty and doubt. Any time you make a payment online you take a risk.
Agreed the article is not great...its the online reviews that would put me off most of all....
patg2005
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
You also from Equifax credit rating every month for free so you can work on getting your credit score up....If that matters to you
Yeah it's super basic though. Just sign up for noddle if you want a free credit checkhttps://www.noddle.co.uk/
Tried and failed to sign up with them several times. They've got pretty poor reviews online too. Here's a link with more info: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11475019/Could-free-credit-checks-be-a-scam.html

I see no actually information in that article, just the writers own fear, uncertainty and doubt. Any time you make a payment online you take a risk.
BigYoSpeck
patg2005
You also from Equifax credit rating every month for free so you can work on getting your credit score up....If that matters to you
Yeah it's super basic though. Just sign up for noddle if you want a free credit checkhttps://www.noddle.co.uk/
Tried and failed to sign up with them several times. They've got pretty poor reviews online too. Here's a link with more info: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11475019/Could-free-credit-checks-be-a-scam.html
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Existing customers - Barclaycard Money Transfer 0% until Jul 2017 (0.9% fee)

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Not sure how many this will be open to but I've been a Barclaycard customer for about 3 years. They usually send me paperwork every so often flagging balance transfer and money transfer offers - howev…
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1.2% is showing on mine for a balance transfer but until April 2018 so actually could be better value for a large transfer!
1.9% on my account, but good deal for those who can get it have some heat
Nice one, I have it on my account, never use it or pay in full so will just transfer max across to mortgage account for 12 months and save £300 in interest for two minutes work love money transfer deals :) thanks and heat.
In my account OP - great deal, have some heat

0.9% fee for a money transfer deal is better than any other deal in the market, not to be confused with a balance transfer
I may have accidentally expired this deal...the page jumped as i clicked, sorry haha

Also if you have a Halifax card they're doing 24 months on BT with a 3% fee but a £20 refund if transferring £1000 bringing it down to 1%
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Free £10.00 with Barclaycard with 3 Apple Pay Purchases

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Barclaycard with Apple Pay is here, and with it, an exclusive offer just for you. Simply make three purchases with your Barclaycard using Apple Pay before 31/07/2016. There's no minimum spend, and aft…
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Mine didn't come through automatically - I emailed and was told it was selected customers only and I wasn't eligible, but they credited it anyway.
Has anyone had any credit so far
What does Apple Pay mean?
Purchase 5p bags!!
Haven't got any such email despite 2 of their credit cards.. Con ,
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Free ongoing Experian Report

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Spotted on the back of my Barclaycard statement and got my credit score in 48 hours. Not sure if this is for everyone Sorry, if posted before ****** Barclays Card Customers Only ****** - sdduk2…
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My credit score is 999. I was hopping for 1000, but it doesen't go up that far :-)
deany76
Also FREE as part of the £25.00 chargehttps://www.lloydsbank.com/current-accounts/added-value-accounts/premier-account.asp
Lloyds refer to it as "Identity Monitor" but is also Experian credit score included.

Its free with Barclaycard No fees i use it.
If you want to check your credit score for FREE then use Noddle or Clearscore both very good and free for anyone.
https://www.noddle.co.uk/
https://www.clearscore.com/
I just use ClearScore. Its free and seems to show the same information near enough. Sure its probably not as in-depth as Experian but it does the job.
sdduk2
Added Barclaycard Customers Only so people know its not for everyone its only credit card not debit.


​thanks
I am not tech person. Not sure how to add to title. Couldn't find any link to edit the post
Also FREE as part of the £25.00 charge
https://www.lloydsbank.com/current-accounts/added-value-accounts/premier-account.asp
Lloyds refer to it as "Identity Monitor" but is also Experian credit score included.

Edited By: deany76 on May 11, 2016 18:08
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Barclaycard 0% APR/20 mth Balance Transfer Platinum Credit Card with an effective 0% Fee and Topcashback of £26.25

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- Basically a 20 month 0% balance transfer card with no fees (Barclaycard charge a 2% fee on the initial balance transfer which is then credited back to the account within 48 hours) - I took this out…
Pepperooni Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Is this offer still available with Barclays?
This deal is still open -

Chanchi32 [helper] - Found 2 months, 3 weeks ago - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/0-balance-transfer-for-21-months-credit-card-with-no-balance-transfer-fee-possible-2314142

....For anyone who gets refused by Balances, like me!!! (I would have refused me!)

I got Chanchi32's deal on Monday. £30 quidco tracked. Balance transferred this morning. And relax.
0% purchase for 6 months not 20 as stated in your deal
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Barclaycard customers - New or old - gets access to free experian credit score

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Barclaycard customers - New customers or old - gets access to free experian credit score
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Invictus68
I had the same problem but received a text the other day from Barclaycard saying this months report was ready and it appears to be fixed
I ​had the same email, but still could not access report through my online Barclaycard.

To update this. I messaged them from my Barclaycard account and said it was not good customer service to keep sending me emails saying my report was ready and for me to log in to my Barclaycard account only to be told there was a problem with accessing my report. They gave me a £15 credit as a goodwill gesture :)
Just sign up to clearscore and you have the detailed one free every month
Invictus68
I had the same problem but received a text the other day from Barclaycard saying this months report was ready and it appears to be fixed


I ​had the same email, but still could not access report through my online Barclaycard.
I had the same problem but received a text the other day from Barclaycard saying this months report was ready and it appears to be fixed

Edited By: Invictus68 on Jan 27, 2016 18:15
Great to know! You need to access Experian through your Barclaycard Account.
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barclaycard Platinum - 0% on balance transfers for 19 months with 0% balance transfer fee.

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As per the title, 0% on balance transfers for 19 months with 0% balance transfer fee. Offer valid until 28 February 2016. As per the below post from A2DY there is also another great deal that offe…
Gugovsky Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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I got Barclaycard already so I'll be hammering AA offer later on tonight. X)
j8ulia
good deal is this post new customers only though?

Will be new only. Can only have one Barclaycard at a time now (unless you already have more than one)

Existing customers won't get the 0% fee, can often get longer offers though.
j8ulia
good deal is this post new customers only though?

To be perfectly honest I'm not 100% sure. I phoned Barclays helpline to clarify on this but ended speaking to some Indian chap who didn't understand half of what I was asking and i had a little struggle to understand him too.

He was telling me something about being existing customer and having 90% credit on the existing card so it's my understanding that in case one has barclaycard Platinum already (not sure about other CC accounts) then as long as the existing balance has been cleared for 90% then one can use this offer again. In having said that I'd suggest ringing up Barclays to clarify this further.


Edited By: Gugovsky on Jan 04, 2016 21:22
good deal is this post new customers only though?
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Up to 20% cash back on Aviva Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Car Insurance for Barclaycard customers

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20% money back on home insurance, 20% money back on travel insurance and 10% money back on car insurance from Aviva exclusively for Barclaycard customers. That's quite a big discount on insurance.
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Thanks for posting even though it's 6 months old :)
Paying a lot less now that I did with my current insurance
£60 Quidco but i don't think you can get both
Quidco have cash back. At the moment £50 on car insurance but will increase in 2 days

Edited By: anita4 on Dec 18, 2015 22:10
rogparki
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rogparki
Nationwide - 20% off + £75 Amazon voucher - Quote was OK too £98 ,so took it .
Hi where's the £75 amazon voucher I can only see the 20% offer on Barclaycard site mentioned in OP?
thanks
Nationwide Building Society oO , Don't know if you have to bank with them or not , I do so I got it :) and quote was competitive too . Effectively Buildings and contents for £23 for a 3 Bed Semi in Lincs , though I accept other areas will be more expensive .


​lucky you that you don't live in east London :(
Pink pixie
rogparki
Nationwide - 20% off + £75 Amazon voucher - Quote was OK too £98 ,so took it .
Hi where's the £75 amazon voucher I can only see the 20% offer on Barclaycard site mentioned in OP?
thanks
Nationwide Building Society oO , Don't know if you have to bank with them or not , I do so I got it :) and quote was competitive too . Effectively Buildings and contents for £23 for a 3 Bed Semi in Lincs , though I accept other areas will be more expensive .

Edited By: rogparki on Dec 18, 2015 19:17
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Get 10% off Aviva Car Insurance, 20% off Aviva Home Insurance, 20%off Aviva Travel Policies using your Barclaycard

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Barclaycard's first client for Money Back is Aviva - and they're offering moneyback on the following when you pay using your Barclaycard. This is from their site - The best aviva.co.uk prices o…
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u can get £68 back on home insurance alone with topcashback which is 50% of my quote!
does not matter how cheap the company go's rubbish company personal experience , ombubsman agreed with me :-)
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Barclaycard customers - Free Experian Credit Checks

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As of Friday part of the Barclaycard package includes free Experian Credit Reference checks - no catches, no free deals for 28 days etc just a total free offer. I did mine on Friday and on Sunday w…
nictry Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago52 Comments
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Unless it's changed, this is not a service for credit checks, just a score. It won't show who you have credit with or your payment history. It will however show the rating a lender will take into account when considering whether to lend to you or offer credit services.

The site now says:

Here's what you get
Easy online access to your Experian Credit Score whenever you like
Updates every 60 days so you can track your progress if you’re looking to improve your Experian Credit Score
Hints and tips to help you improve and maintain your Experian Credit Score


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Just spotted this and glad I did as I was going to sign up to Experian to have a nosey. Thanks OP.
I do love Experian's set of morals : steal your personal data without your express consent, then demand a ransom to see it again. I'm sure there's this gang in Romania doing a similar thing with these phishing e-mails - but at least they're um...'legit' criminals.
Thanks very much
Ditto.

Thanks OP, I actually had no idea about this. Really useful.
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Free bPay sticker (worth £14.99) with a purchase of a bPay wristband, key fob or sticker + 16.8% TCB £19.99

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Just seen that if you get either the bPay band, key fob or the sticker, you get one sticker free as well. Sticker alone is worth £14.99. Fob is £19.99 and the band is £24.99. On top of all that you ge…
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Why would anyone stick a piece of crap like than on their mobile
I don't get all this Apple/Samsung/Whatever pay rubbish just get a contactless from your bank then enjoy, simples
mrew42
You have to buy something to get something else free, which used to be free anyway.

Maybe my title would better read along the lines of bPay Band/Fob/Sticker now with free bPay sticker. That is how I thought of it when posting. I think the free stickers were if you had a Barclaycard, these work more like a top up account with most other debit/credit cards, you don't have to be a Barclaycard customer.
enragedbeard
mrew42
My point is why should you pay for anything? for convenience? Can't see that this is a 'deal'
When I looked at it a few weeks ago, it was £19.99 for the fob alone. Now for that price you can have a fob and a sticker which purchased separately cost a total of £34.98. Whether or not you think the product is something worth buying, is another matter.
You have to buy something to get something else free, which used to be free anyway.
mrew42
My point is why should you pay for anything? for convenience? Can't see that this is a 'deal'

When I looked at it a few weeks ago, it was £19.99 for the fob alone. Now for that price you can have a fob and a sticker which purchased separately cost a total of £34.98. Whether or not you think the product is something worth buying, is another matter.
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Barclaycard customers - Freedom Rewards - redeem vouchers for half the points this weekend

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Barclaycard Freedom Rewards Millionaire's Weekend 13th - 15th November. If you have a Barclaycard and have Freedom Rewards points saved up then now is a good time to redeem them. You can get high s…
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I just checked on special offers and im not getting any offers for argos as i have over 3500 points saved???
almost forgot about this, just made an extra £100 by cashing in this weekend :)
U also get 1750 points on ur first online purchase with freedom rewards
Perfect timing. Thanks OP
Thank you so much OP...got about 40,000 points so will see what I can get!
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Barclaycard retentions for "loyal customers", £50 credit when you call to close account

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I have a Barclaycard which I haven't used for some time since the cashback rate dropped on the VISA card. I rang them to cancel and was offered £20 to keep it open, I refused and after taking my de…
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I was just about to post about this! I have just got my second £20 credit from them after asking to close my account, balance has been at zero for about 4 months, got the first £20 in December and another £20 today!
They don't offer everyone the £30 or £50, I spent over £2,000 every year on my Barclaycard for 20+ years (apart from the past two years where I've been using a M&S Card instead) and I've always paid my statement off fully every month without fail, Just phoned up to cancel and I was asked the reason I wanted to leave the 'Barclaycard Family' after 22 years, so I told him that other cards offered better loyalty points etc, and he closed the account all within 3 minutes!


Edited By: Mark5211 on Nov 12, 2015 19:14: .
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Vespa123
Barclaycard are lame, MBNA do the best credit cards.
Interesting thesis. I would love to see your research papers. Please point me in their direction.


https://www.mbna.co.uk/news/mbna-retains-credit-card-crown-at-consumer-moneyfacts-awards-2015/

Is that ok?
Barclaycard are no good to me 'cause they refuse to issue non-contactless cards. Either Nationwide or Capital do plain cards. My reason for not using contactless cards is that my details got stolen from my card. I got a refund but wont take the risk in future.
Vespa123
Barclaycard are lame, MBNA do the best credit cards.
Interesting thesis. I would love to see your research papers. Please point me in their direction.
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FREE Experian credit report from Barclaycard

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as title says, check your account.
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I have waited over two weeks for mine. CRAP
tomhowden
Anybody know a release date for this?
http://s12.postimg.org/6f9plei25/Capture.jpg though still not active on my account!
Thanks for notifying me OP. Would be nice to use something other than noddles service.
Anybody know a release date for this?

barclaycard logoFinding a Bargain Credit Card Deal at Barclaycard Today

In a sense, Barclaycard dates back to the founding of Barclay’s Bank in 1736, but its history really begins in 1966, when the first Barclay’s credit card was introduced. In 1977, Barclaycard joined the group of banks that pioneered the VISA system, adding MasterCard facilities in 1990. The UK’s first online banking service followed in 1997, then contactless travel payments in 2006 and contactless mobile payments in 2011. At every stage in its history, Barclaycard has been at the forefront of technological developments, providing customers with new ways to pay for their items and new banking methods. If you take advantage of Barclaycard’s discount deals, you can expect more of the same in the future.

Where to Buy Barclaycard Products

If you want to start using a Barclaycard, you’ll need to set up an account at Barclays Bank. To do so, you can either visit one of their local branches or set up an account online.

Finding your nearest branch of Barclays is easy. Just head to the AskBarclays website and use their Branch Finder tool to locate a bank within easy reach of your home or workplace. Enter your postcode and the system will call up a list of branches within a few miles, along with their opening hours throughout the week. If you pop in at some stage, staff will be happy to lead you through the process of opening a bank account and applying for a Barclaycard.

Alternatively, you can apply for a Barclaycard online. Head to www.barclaycard.co.uk, click on the “Credit cards” tab and then “Choose a Barclaycard”. Choose the right card for you and then press “Apply now”.

Product Categories at Barclaycard

Barclaycard offers a range of financial products for its customers, and it’s worth checking all their categories to find the right card for your personal needs. Everyone’s financial situation is different, and Barclaycard have come up with a variety of packages to suit everyone. Categories at their website include:

  • Purchase credit cards – Cards that provide 0% interest on purchases for set amounts of time. Providing you remain within your allotted credit limit, these cards are ideal for shoppers who regularly make online and in-store purchases. Options include the Platinum Barclaycard, which provides 0% interest for 25 months, and the Platinum Travel Credit Card, which limits non-sterling transaction fees on purchases abroad.
  • Rewards credit cards – Cards that allow the user to earn points when they shop. These points can then be spent at a later date on anything from days out at theme parks to coffees, theatre tickets and holidays. Includes the Freedom Rewards Card (which also comes with 12 months 0% interest on purchases) and the Hilton HHonors Platinum Visa which hooks up to the Hilton Hotels points scheme and will suit regular travellers.
  • Credit building credit cards – Cards that are suited to first time credit card holders or those with a chequered credit history. They allow customers to gradually build up a credit rating before graduating to other packages. Includes the Initial Credit Card, with three months 0% interest on purchases, and the 18-month Balance Transfer Platinum Card which provides interest savings on balance transfers made soon after opening an account.
  • Balance transfer credit cards – Cards designed to allow customers to move money from store credit cards or other credit card providers to take advantage of Barclaycard’s 0% interest offers. Includes 37, 32 and 24-month interest free Balance Transfer Platinum cards (with varying balance transfer fees).

Barclaycard also offers a range of other services via their customer website. For example, the balance transfer calculator allows customers to plan any alterations in their accounts.
There’s also a credit card comparison tool, which is a handy way to compare all of the properties of the various cards on offer from Barclaycard.

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Brands Available on the Freedom Rewards Scheme

The following major UK brands allow Barclaycard customers to spend their Freedom Rewards points on their products:

Starting an Account at Barclaycard.co.uk

If you qualify for the various credit cards offered by Barclaycard, starting an account is simple. Head to barclaycard.co.uk and choose the right kind of credit card for you. Click “Find out more”, then “Apply now”.

You’ll then be taken to a separate application page for the card you are interested in applying for. Just fill in the information required (including basic details like your name, address and employment details) and specify why you’d like to apply for the card. Then press “Continue” and continue to add the information required.

The whole process generally takes around 10 minutes, but the approval process can take a week or more.

Barclaycard’s Loyalty Scheme

The Freedom Rewards loyalty program is a key part of Barclaycard’s operations and it provides a wide range of benefits for members. Barclaycard members accumulate Freedom Rewards points whenever they use their card to shop, whether that’s online or in-store, as well as on transport networks like the London Underground. They can then redeem those points at more than 70 of Barclaycard’s partners, including major brands like Nandos, House of Fraser, Legoland, Currys and Amazon. To sign up, you’ll need to be a Freedom Rewards card holder, so it’s worth considering choosing one when you decide which Barclaycard to go for.

In addition to Freedom Rewards, Barclaycard also offers a loyalty scheme for businesses. Their Business Credit Cards allow firms to make their payment systems more efficient and manage expense accounts easily. They also feature Cashflow Support Cards with special features to help small businesses manage fluctuating cashflows.

Sales at Barclaycard.co.uk

Being a Barclaycard member entitles you to a range of discounts negotiated with the card provider’s partners. For example, at the “Entertainment” section of their website you’ll find cut price tickets to gigs, events and films, including special packages for any events at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.

The company also offers discount offers on Barclaycards themselves. You can find their introductory offers listed as they are announced at the Barclaycard HotUKDeals listings.

Using Your Barclaycard Account

Barclaycards operate just like normal credit cards. You can use them to make contactless or conventional payments in shops or on transport networks, and they can be used to buy items online as well.

If you do choose to use your card for contactless payments, be aware that Barclaycard maintains a £30 daily limit for contactless payments.

You can also link your Barclaycard to a new service known as bPay. This innovative feature entails transferring cash into a bPay account that can be used with wearable devices and mobile phones to pay anywhere. Barclaycard Visas can also be used with Apple Pay (although MasterCard’s currently cannot).

Barclaycard also enables users to service their account via online banking. In fact, they were one of the first banks in the world to make this service available. Nowadays, logging on is simple. When you’ve registered with Barclays’ Online Baking system, you can log on via their website.

Cancelling a Barclaycard Account

If you find that Barclaycard isn’t for you or you encounter service problems, closing your account shouldn’t be a problem.

To close your account, the first thing to do is to call Barclaycard’s customer service department on 0800 1510900.

Staff will then lead you through the closure process. They may also offer you special incentives to keep your account open, and it’s worth asking them whether this is a possibility as these incentives can be significant.

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Barclaycard’s Social Media Presence

Barclaycard are active across most major social media platforms and their accounts are a handy way to check their most recent packages and any special offers for Freedom Rewards customers. You can find them on:

Barclays also runs a series of blogs, which can also be useful information sources about how to spend your Freedom Rewards points and any upcoming promotions. Check out the Barclaycard Travel Blog, the website of the Barclaycard Arena and the Barclays Wealth Blog for regular updates.

Using the Barclaycard App

As you’d expect from one of the first adopters of online banking, Barclaycard has been innovators in using smartphones to help customers manage their money. With the Barclaycard app, customers can check their balances, pay bills, check promotions and contact their bank, so it’s a very handy tool to have on your phone. You can download it for Android devices from Google Play and for iOS devices from the iTunes Store.

Contacting Barclaycard

If you want to know more about the various accounts on offer, how to use Freedom Rewards, online banking or how to cancel your account, contacting Barclaycard is easy. You can get in touch using the following methods:

  • Phone: 0800 1510900 or 0333 2009090 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
  • There’s also a special number for anyone applying for a new Barclaycard at 0800 7310200 (8:00-23:00 7 days a week) and a number for Freedom Rewards queries at 0800 1615303 (Monday to Friday, 9:00-18:00, Saturdays 9:00-16:00).
  • E-mail: An e-mail contact form can be found on their website as well.
  • Post:
  • Customer Services
    Barclaycard House
    1234 Pavilion Drive
    Northampton, NN4 7SG
    United Kingdom

Most general questions can probably be fielded by the Barclaycard FAQ that can be found on the company’s website.

Find the Perfect Credit Card Deal with Barclaycard Discounts

Credit cards are a huge part of modern life and if you regularly need to pay for goods and services with a credit card, it could be time to switch to Barclaycard. Barclaycard offers a variety of packages for different types of customer as well as special offers for Freedom Rewards account holders. You’ll find the best introductory deals and special offers at the HotUKDeals Barclaycard listings.