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Which credit card is the best....

cocoiffy Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi. can someone help me please...
Im looking for a credit card that will give me the best amount of freebies!!! Im not interested in the 0% on transfers or anything like that as the credit card is just there to help with my credit rating. I am currently using the Asda CC which used to give me fuel 2p cheaper per litre but they have lowered that to just 1p and i dont seem to be gettin as many asda vouchers as i used to.

So if you have a credit card which gives you free vouchers for days out like to alton towers or something or if you know where i can go online to compare the different types of cards, please let me know

Thank you
cocoiffy Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#2
there are a few on quidco that give a lump sum when you are accepted.

i have american express at 1 per cent cashback annually

and tesco which give clubcard points.

really good cashback offers seem to have dissappeared recently.
#3
http://www.moneyextra.com/credit-cards/

American Express
Platinum Cash Back Card 5% maximum cashback rate

18.9%
APR Intro Balance Transfer 18.9% for Life

Intro Purchases 18.9% for Life

Intro Cash Advance Rate: 27.9%
#4
blackpeppa
http://www.moneyextra.com/credit-cards/

American Express
Platinum Cash Back Card 5% maximum cashback rate

18.9%
APR Intro Balance Transfer 18.9% for Life

Intro Purchases 18.9% for Life

Intro Cash Advance Rate: 27.9%



Amex is good tho not accepted everywhere so I cancelled mine as it became a bit of a pain in the asre

Got an egg money which gives 1% but I'm not sure they're accepting new customers.
#5
Thanks for the replies.. ye its a shame the american express cards are not accepted in most shops...

Other than the cashbacks, are there any that offer day out vouchers?? eg alton towers?
#6
tallpete33


Got an egg money which gives 1% but I'm not sure they're accepting new customers.


It looks like they are about to introduce a £1 a month charge for it ..:x
#7
[COLOR="Purple"]I have a John Lewis cc which gains you JL vouchers![/COLOR]

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