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M&S Credit Card 0% for 25 months not as long as the AA card but £30 cashback + £5 to spend in m&s

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Surely if you don't need the 2 years 8 months on the aa card then this 2 year card and £30 cashback plus £5 to spend in m&s has to be worth it! Buy that boiler for a grand and get 3% cashback as y… Read More
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2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Surely if you don't need the 2 years 8 months on the aa card then this 2 year card and £30 cashback plus £5 to spend in m&s has to be worth it! Buy that boiler for a grand and get 3% cashback as you'd get the £30 back

New M&S credit card* holders get a decent 25 months 0% on spending. Plus those who apply via our link by Thu 3 Aug and spend at least £100 on it by Thu 31 Aug will get £30 cashback - though only do your normal spending on it.

If that wasn't a good deal on its own, you'll also be sent a voucher. Swipe this at the till the first time you use the card at M&S (you can spend on most things, incl food) and you get 500 bonus M&S points worth £5.

Need-to-knows
To get the £30 cashback, apply for the card by Thu 3 Aug and spend at least £100 by Thu 31 Aug.
The cashback will be credited to your account no later than Sat 30 Sep.
You won't be eligible for the voucher if you already hold an M&S credit card or have done within the last year.
You'll also get a voucher to swipe (or use the code online) which will get you 500 bonus points once you use your card to pay for something in M&S. The 500 points are equivalent to a £5 M&S gift voucher. This voucher will be sent by post with your card.
You'll earn one point for every £1 spent in M&S stores and one point for every £5 elsewhere. One point is equivalent to 1p, and points will convert into M&S vouchers every three months.
Make sure you fully clear the card by the end of the 0% period or you'll be charged 18.9% interest on any remaining balance.
You'll either get the full 25-month deal or you'll be rejected; M&S Bank won't accept you and then give you fewer months at 0%, unlike some providers.
Poorer credit scorers could get a higher interest rate, up to 22.9%, but if you've cleared it by the end of the 0% period then this won't matter.
Always pay at least the minimum monthly repayment, or you'll lose the 0% deal.
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2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago
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#1
Sunday is getting better - thanks for sharing.
Just need a few Blu Ray box set glitches now on Amazon 8)
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Good deal. Just a mention that the AA card has £26 via topcashback. I change my credit card 2 times a year purely for cashback. Alternative between AA, Post office and Tesco. £60 a year free. I've been doing it a few years and always been paid out.
You can do as often as you like but I try to keep my credit applications to 6 a year or so.

Edited By: Jetset1981 on Jul 09, 2017 14:52: Edited from the official Android app
#3
Thanks, took a card out for my wife. Approved quickly and less hassle than the AA garbage.
I did a similar deal a while back.
Rarely gets used, but sometimes a few offers come with it.
#4
Is there an annual fee for this card
#5
I applied for the voucher and cashback but for some reason I never get approved for M&S cards. They said they'd respond by email in 3-5 days. I'm assuming another decline from them. Did everyone else get an immediate decision. Thanks
#6
Jetset1981
Good deal. Just a mention that the AA card has £26 via topcashback. I change my credit card 2 times a year purely for cashback. Alternative between AA, Post office and Tesco. £60 a year free. I've been doing it a few years and always been paid out. You can do as often as you like but I try to keep my credit applications to 6 a year or so.

I have an existing M&S card. Can I close it and apply for new one? How do you change your Credit cards?
#7
Anyone know if M&S Credit Cards are Contactless & Can be used with Apple Pay or Android Pay? Also how simple is the Online Portal & Is there an App for it as well?

BeautyLoverz
Jetset1981
Good deal. Just a mention that the AA card has £26 via topcashback. I change my credit card 2 times a year purely for cashback. Alternative between AA, Post office and Tesco. £60 a year free. I've been doing it a few years and always been paid out. You can do as often as you like but I try to keep my credit applications to 6 a year or so.
I have an existing M&S card. Can I close it and apply for new one? How do you change your Credit cards?

I believe you wouldn't be eligible as you can't have owned an M&S Credit Card in the last 12 Months to be eligible for this offer sadly!

Edited By: Marky264 on Jul 10, 2017 00:49
#8
BeautyLoverz
I have an existing M&S card. Can I close it and apply for new one? How do you change your Credit cards?
Unfortunately not. I alternative my cards. Depending on the provider you're normally a new customer in 6-12 months. Most recently I went from Tesco to post office, back to Tesco, then to AA. Picking up £30 a pop. As soon as you get the cashback close the account.

You're only limited by how many applications you want on your file. I have several current accounts and regularly change my utilities etc so don't get as much as I could as my credit rating is very good. Free money for little effort anyway.
#9
- though only do your normal spending on it.


Argh.. Bl00dy Martin Lewis comment

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