0% on balance transfer for 18 months credit card @Post Office
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0% on balance transfer for 18 months credit card @Post Office

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Found 2nd May 2014
2.98% balance transfer fee. 18 months 0% interest.Top Cash Back gives £42 back.
So u borrow £1409.40 for 18 months with no interest and no fee.
Free purchase protection insurance.
No fee for purchasing abroad.
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"Transfer a balance at 0% for the first 18 months, and you could save up to £476. Transfers must be made within three months of account opening".
WHAT DOES IT MEAN "Transfers must be made within three months of account opening"????
Once the account has been opened, you need to transfer the balance from your other credit card to the post office one with three months, otherwise you will lose the low balance transfer rate.
Good find
djzygi

WHAT DOES IT MEAN "Transfers must be made within three months of account … WHAT DOES IT MEAN "Transfers must be made within three months of account opening"????



You are kidding right? Sorry wouldn't normally say this but if you don't understand what this means may be you shouldn't have a credit card sorry again
There at much better deals.

Just go to money saving expert
barkleys is better at 31 months 0%
Good deal for those of us who already have a Barclaycard and no longer in 0% period! Heat added
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cigbunt

There at much better deals. Just go to money saving expert


OK. Give at least 49 examples
orange-patriot

barkleys is better at 31 months 0%



Barclays also have this deal



Be careful with these guys.

They don't let you make a payment over the phone and they don't let you set up a direct debit over the phone.

I was guaranteed by the operative that the direct debit was set up in time (which I had to do on their website with usernames and passcodes etc), yet I had a late payment fee.

It feels like they are geared up to try and catch you out.

I've never had a more useless experience when trying to get my account set up maintenance free over the years. Spent way too much time on the phone to them and stressed out due to the way they run their business. Avoid..

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orange-patriot

barkleys is better at 31 months 0%


do you get £42 cash back with it pal?
escortboy

Be careful with these guys. They don't let you make a payment over the … Be careful with these guys. They don't let you make a payment over the phone and they don't let you set up a direct debit over the phone.I was guaranteed by the operative that the direct debit was set up in time (which I had to do on their website with usernames and passcodes etc), yet I had a late payment fee.It feels like they are geared up to try and catch you out.I've never had a more useless experience when trying to get my account set up maintenance free over the years. Spent way too much time on the phone to them and stressed out due to the way they run their business. Avoid..



You have obviously not tried Tesco then..............................:)

I do understand that Tesco have now changed the bank that offers their card but I could be wrong
Right guys! I'm not a credit card person, I've ordered one, how does it work if I used a credit card and payed back within a month, will they charge for using the credit card?
And if I don't use it at all would they still charge?
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