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£35 cashback for opening an AA credit card and spending £500 (within 60 days)
£35 cashback for opening an AA credit card and spending £500 (within 60 days)

£35 cashback for opening an AA credit card and spending £500 (within 60 days)

£35 Cashback credited within 90 days of spending £500

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I personally think this deal would encourage some to get into debt oO

SENNYO1

I personally think this deal would encourage some to get into debt oO



I agree, stupid people shouldn't be able to have credit cards!

Bank of Ireland / AA has a terrible customer service.

If cash wasn't a specific requirement for anyone signing up to a credit card I'd recommend the Barclaycard Hilton Honors Reward card ahead of this. £750 spend required over 90 days in return for a free night at any Hilton property. Used well this can be worth over £250. I used it for a free night at the Waldorf Astoria in Edinburgh, for example.

SENNYO1

I personally think this deal would encourage some to get into debt oO



If managed responsibly not really.

If I went for this i'd pay my household bills food shopping money etc on the card and transfer the full amount from my usual card.

If you receive the card and go out and buy an iPhone without being able to pay off the full amount within the month just for buying sake then yes that would pretty idiotic.

Having credit at your disposal makes financial sense it opens the doors to better opportunities and after a while of good standing you will be able to move over to 0% cards.

Had credit available to me since the age of the 18 not that I use it often , but if I wanted to I could have £125,000 sitting in front of me come Monday morning

zombrex

if I wanted to I could have £125,000 sitting in front of me come Monday … if I wanted to I could have £125,000 sitting in front of me come Monday morning


Go you!!

reakt

Go you!!



Yup it's great having the peace of mind that if something terrible happened to family and they needed life saving treatment not covered by health insurance i'd be able to access those funds to help so yep go me for living for tomorrow not just today

Starting up a new business or buying a better home the possibilities really are endless

zombrex

Yup it's great having the peace of mind that if something terrible … Yup it's great having the peace of mind that if something terrible happened to family and they needed life saving treatment not covered by health insurance i'd be able to access those funds to help so yep go me for living for tomorrow not just today :)Starting up a new business or buying a better home the possibilities really are endless



Around £18500 for me, used them for motorbikes, cars holidays, pay it off end of the month as I would have paid cash anyway so get Tesco Points Nectar points etc. Mind you Im late 50's now, would have been a different story 35 years ago lol

Go.Jets

Around £18500 for me, used them for motorbikes, cars holidays, pay it off … Around £18500 for me, used them for motorbikes, cars holidays, pay it off end of the month as I would have paid cash anyway so get Tesco Points Nectar points etc. Mind you Im late 50's now, would have been a different story 35 years ago lol



Haha i'm only 28 still around 12 years from my midlife crisis, I came from a poor background so have always been frugal with money and getting by on not alot.

SENNYO1

I personally think this deal would encourage some to get into debt oO



​It could but telling them folk to not get into debt might be hard as they will know best.
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