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Take out Play.com Credit card, Spend £150 (within 90 days) get free £15 Play.com Vouchers

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Opening Bonus: 1500 bonus PlayPoints awarded on initial card purchases of £150 within 90 days of account opening. Collecting PlayPoints Earn 1 PlayPoint for every £1 spend anywhere and 2 PlayPoin… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
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1500 bonus PlayPoints awarded on initial card purchases of £150 within 90 days of account opening.

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#1
MBNA run credit card BE WARNED:whistling:

After the offer its 1 point per pound or 2 points if spent at play ie 1% on normal spending 2% from play

OK if you use Play a lot but better of with a tesco card for clubcard points:thumbsup:
#2
Are there any charges associated with taking out a Play CC?
#3
:? cold vote from me..they should not be encouraging people to go into debt with the present money crisis out there!
#4
So cold.....15 quid of vouchers in exchange for getting into debt - great!!
#5
steveymp
MBNA run credit card BE WARNED:whistling:


:?

Rather them than GE Capital. I've never had any problem with MBNA.
#6
Lol at some of the comments. This type of card is ideal for people who don't get into debt, but still want to use a credit card for additional protection it provides on purchases and the rewards like the points here. I previously had a similar Amazon card which I pay off each month (Got charged interest once in three years when I forgot to pay it off before I left the country for a bit) and got around £100 in free vouchers to spend on Amazon. If you want a card to rack up debt on/balance transfer, etc I'm sure there are better deals available. This card is for sensible people in other words :p
1 Like #7
Hot from me - its well known that its easy to take advantage of these free offers.

They arent encouraging you to get into debt - that is your own choice. If you take out the card and pay it off in full at the end of each month, then £15 for nothing.

Hot - dont vote cold on your own lack of budgeting skills!!
#8
MoneySavingG
Lol at some of the comments. This type of card is ideal for people who don't get into debt, but still want to use a credit card for additional protection it provides on purchases and the rewards like the points here. I previously had a similar Amazon card which I pay off each month (Got charged interest once in three years when I forgot to pay it off before I left the country for a bit) and got around £100 in free vouchers to spend on Amazon. If you want a card to rack up debt on/balance transfer, etc I'm sure there are better deals available.


I know, spend £150, pay it off, get the £15 voucher and bin the card. Bit of a no brainer really.
#9
Shengis
I know, spend £150, pay it off, get the £15 voucher and bin the card. Bit of a no brainer really.


Exactly!!!
#10
MrShed
Exactly!!!


I would have thought a free £15 voucher would be welcome in these 'troubled' times. Obviously not :lol:
#11
Shengis;5269462
I would have thought a free £15 voucher would be welcome in these 'troubled' times. Obviously not :lol:


Same! I don't understand, but it's ok. Those of us that are savvy will take the money and leave :thumbsup:
#12
It's not encouraging people to get into debt at all. You only have to spend £50 a month which you would have spent anyway on this card instead of your usual debit card or cash. Pay it off in full every month, get your voucher then cancel the card.
Heat and rep from me.
#13
Shengis
:?

Rather them than GE Capital. I've never had any problem with MBNA.


Me either really, I was warning people it was MBNA mainly because they most probably have an MBNA card already:thumbsup: I only found out I had 2 by accident myself:whistling: Homebase and Old Abbey visa, MBNA do Virgin cards etc..... as well as others

I have not voted hot or cold, it is a free £15 quid as you all say and there is 9 months interest free too, but I prefer using my Tesco's card and getting free holidays and RAC membership etc..... with all my vouchers:thumbsup:
#14
This is hot if there are no fees on the card. I'll take this out before my next big purchase, get the voucher then cancel the card.
#15
# 0% on card purchases for 9 months from the date your account is opened*
# 0% on balance transfers for 6 months from the date your account is opened on transfers made in the first 90 days from opening account (1.5% handling fee applies)

Even better!

Low balance transfer handling fee with 6 months interest free and 9 months interest free on purchases!
#16
i cant work out why this is so cold, take it out, buy your usual shopping etc on it, pay it off and voila £15 quid to spend, hot!
#17
steveymp
Me either really, I was warning people it was MBNA mainly because they most probably have an MBNA card already:thumbsup: :


Fair comment:thumbsup:
#18
Not sure why this is cold either. I had an amazon card for a while and never paid interest, got something like £15 for signing up and a number of vouchers since then. I always pay off my balance each month so basically get a months free interest on my money in the bank, points for everything I spend and more protection on my purchases.

Tesco's only give you 1 point per pound spent anywhere but Tesco and 1.25 at Tesco itself. With this card you get 1 point anywhere but Play and 2 points at Play itself. Not a fan of Tesco myself so I know which I'd prefer.
#19
kewldeals
Same! I don't understand, but it's ok. Those of us that are savvy will take the money and leave :thumbsup:


Yes, but it's only any use if you intended to spend the £150 anyway and I don't so for me it's cold.
#20
spionkop
Yes, but it's only any use if you intended to spend the £150 anyway and I don't so for me it's cold.


What do you live on then? Fresh air and dirt for pudding? Or do you just shoplift everything that normal people buy?
#21
Shengis
What do you live on then? Fresh air and dirt for pudding? Or do you just shoplift everything that normal people buy?


Again, exactly!!!! :?
#22
you only in debt if you dont pay if the balance at the end of the month.

not everyones skint

lol @ the haters
#23
Just in time to replace Amazon's/Halifax card which becomes defunct at the end of this month. I made £60 in vouchers with the Amazon one and never paid any interest. I suspect Amazon will team up with another bank and have a similar deal. Shame I can't apply for the Play.com one....It's not available to Channel Islands residents - strange when you think where Play.com is based!!
#24
Sounds like a good deal that i'd usually go for, but do a search for "play.com credit card fraud" to see possible problems with play.com's security.

I've bought lots of stuff from play.com, but with fraudulent transactions on my CC recently and more junk emails with my actual name, I think i'll be staying away from the play.com deals for a while.
#25
mooch
Sounds like a good deal that i'd usually go for, but do a search for "play.com credit card fraud" to see possible problems with play.com's security.

I've bought lots of stuff from play.com, but with fraudulent transactions on my CC recently and more junk emails with my actual name, I think i'll be staying away from the play.com deals for a while.


It's an MBNA card, it has sod all to do with Play apart from the branding:thumbsup: I'd also like to point out that MBNA's fraud dept are **** hot.
#26
crum666
This is hot if there are no fees on the card. I'll take this out before my next big purchase, get the voucher then cancel the card.


True! a post of 5% off everything at play gets to a heat of 5000 minus a a few ice cubes. yet £15 free spend at play is apparently arctic!

Voted Hot, I like controversy :thumbsup:
#27
My question is regarding the 9 months 0% on purchases, i will easily pay the total amount off in this time, but in the small print it says interest free period - maximum of 50 days on purchases????

What does it mean by this?

Basically, if i buy a £1000 tv, do i get 9 months no interest no fees to pay it off?

After that id just cut it up anyway and use the £15 voucher :)
#28
Shengis
It's an MBNA card, it has sod all to do with Play apart from the branding:thumbsup: I'd also like to point out that MBNA's fraud dept are **** hot.


actually, it might be a good idea to have this card and ONLY use it at play.com rather than risk compromising an existing everyday credit card. then i just have to worry about my personal details being public domain, although I think that boats already set sail.

cheers.
#29
anybody? never had a credit card before so would appreciate anyones advice on my question
#30
VAMOS DAN
anybody? never had a credit card before so would appreciate anyones advice on my question


You get 9 months interest free. The 50 days thing is because you don't get charged interest in the month your statement is prepared or the time leading up to that. So if you got your statement and bought something on the day you received it you would get nearly 2 months to pay before being charged interest. This is completely separate to the 9 months thing and is ongoing:thumbsup:
#31
cool! many thanks! any idea how long it takes for the card to arrive in the post? applied and got accepted this morning
#32
VAMOS DAN
cool! many thanks! any idea how long it takes for the card to arrive in the post? applied and got accepted this morning


About 2 weeks probably.
#33
ah crap :( wanted to order this week :(
#34
Good deal, voted hot!

Thought you had to spend £150 at Play but assume that you can spend that anywhere?
#35
Benjimoron;5458867
Good deal, voted hot!

Thought you had to spend £150 at Play but assume that you can spend that anywhere?


Yep, can be spent anywhere. May sure you pay it off in full at the end of the month :thumbsup:
#36
kewldeals
Yep, can be spent anywhere. May sure you pay it off in full at the end of the month :thumbsup:


Although with 9 months interest free you'd be better sticking it in a savings account and paying minimum until 9 months time.
#37
Benjimoron;5459146
Although with 9 months interest free you'd be better sticking it in a savings account and paying minimum until 9 months time.

Wouldn't that only work for bank transfers. Current interest rates are diabolical, so I wouldn't bother!
#38
crum666
# 0% on card purchases for 9 months from the date your account is opened*
# 0% on balance transfers for 6 months from the date your account is opened on transfers made in the first 90 days from opening account (1.5% handling fee applies)

Even better!

Low balance transfer handling fee with 6 months interest free and 9 months interest free on purchases!
#39
Points show up instantly on the MBNA online banking as soon as £150 worth of transactions post to the account - just requested my £15 voucher. :thumbsup:

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