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Halifax All in One Credit Card - 9 months 0% for purchases & 0% for balances transfers + £20 QUIDCO

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Are you overdrawn in you bank account? With this card, you get 0% on purchases, which means, you wont be charged interest on purchases for 9 months. simply stop spending from you bank account, and… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Are you overdrawn in you bank account?
With this card, you get 0% on purchases, which means, you wont be charged interest on purchases for 9 months.
simply stop spending from you bank account, and use this card, when the bill comes thru, only pay the minimum payment, no interest will be charged.
Also, do NOT withdraw money from cash machine using this card, you will get charged! Instead, ask for casback at the till when making payments, e.g. at Asda.
Your salary will slowly bring back the bank account from the Red, and when your ready, you can start to make larger payments to your credit card to clear it off, without going back into the red at the bank or being charged interest, or overdraft fee's again!
Dont forget the Quidco - you will get £20, so even if you decide not to use the card to its full potential (0% purchases & balance transfers), you will still get £20!!
Oh, & the interest rate on the card is only typical rate of 15.9% APR (variable) - which is still minute compared to other brands such as Barclaycard, etc which can be over 29.9%
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#1
Great if you can get it!
banned#2
timhill3
Great if you can get it!


yep, you have to be creme de la creme to be accepted, CCJ's and scum need not apply
#3
Can't get cashback on credit cards. This seems like the sort of idea that just gets you further in the hole. Very cold.
#4
got this card, but if u havnt got a halfax current account u cant pay online, only by DD or going in to the branch, which is a pain in the ass. Cold Big Time for me
[mod]#5
jonnny1
Can't get cashback on credit cards. This seems like the sort of idea that just gets you further in the hole. Very cold.


Hi, I've just double checked & apparently there is a £20 payment upon successful completion of a credit card application :thumbsup:
#6
sounds good to me .......... free cash ......all the way :whistling:
#7
jamesfooker
got this card, but if u havnt got a halfax current account u cant pay online, only by DD or going in to the branch, which is a pain in the ass. Cold Big Time for me


I've got one of these credit Cards but no current account and have no problem making payments online :?
#8
The amex platinum cashback card is a better offer £27 quidco and 5% cashback on your purchases for the first 3 months. So good if you can remember to pay it on time to avoid interest
#9
sigma
Hi, I've just double checked & apparently there is a £20 payment upon successful completion of a credit card application :thumbsup:


Sorry I meant you can't get cashback at asda as OP was suggesting.
#10
I got one of these the other month & quidco tracked no problem :thumbsup:
#11
The advice above is nuts!!

Telling people to use a credit card to clear debt on a bank account.....:whistling:

Advice like this is the reason some people are in so much debt!

Rick
#12
So no balance transfer fee either?
#13
jamesfooker
got this card, but if u havnt got a halfax current account u cant pay online, only by DD or going in to the branch, which is a pain in the ass. Cold Big Time for me


This is freemoney get the card and the £20 cash back, cut it up and send it back £20 profit how can this be cold?
#14
A handling fee of 3.9% applies for each balance transfer
banned#15
3.9% is a bit steep! Not going near this
#16
Never pay only the minimum amount. If for 9 months you only paid the minimum on the 10th you'll get hit for a huge amount.

This is some of the worst financial advice I've seen in a while.

Good card, dreadful advice.
#17
Thanks OP.

Applied for it and been accepted.

Pete
#18
Halifax are the only card provider I couldn't get to waive the fee when I forgot to make a payment :x
#19
Actually I don't really understand what does the "0% balance transfer" mean.

If, I have a "Credit Card A" which has £3000 credit limit. I used card to pay for a new car deposit and then transfer it to the Halifax Card (provided that I have at least £3k credit as well). Does it mean I don't need to pay for anything (interest and premium) in that "free balance transfer period" and if I settle the bill whenever before the end of that period, what I need to pay is that balance transfer fee + premium only?

Pls advise.
#20
jonnny1
Can't get cashback on credit cards. This seems like the sort of idea that just gets you further in the hole. Very cold.

:thumbsup:
You can only get cashback in stores on debit cards not credit cards. Ok card deal, terrible op though, advising people to rack up 9 month of living on a cc. Then it will have be paid back at a very high interest rate.......madness.
#21
Thanks have applied and been accepted:thumbsup:

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