AA credit dual card 26 months 0% purchases 20 months 0% balance transfers poss £49.50 topcashback
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AA credit dual card 26 months 0% purchases 20 months 0% balance transfers poss £49.50 topcashback

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Found 4th Jun 2016
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These guys will decline most people, rather go for Halifax, Virgin Money or Barclaycard.
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These guys will decline most people, rather go for Halifax, Virgin … These guys will decline most people, rather go for Halifax, Virgin Money or Barclaycard.



​don't want to make your credit score worse...
I have AA card and they are horrible in issuing generous credit limit..Even if you have excellent credit score / file. They will tell you the same ODD horrible stories if you request more credit limit. Also Topcashback Will take an ages and mostly likely years to to issue cashback. NOT the easiest things in the world.
Reviews on QC are not looking good either.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 4th Jun 2016
worked fine for me.
I went for a previous cashback offer of 25 quid or something, just waiting for it to become payable from TC. I have an excellent credit file and they gave me a shoddy £3800 limit, didn't even cover the amount I wanted to BT from Tesco so I had to take out another card from Virgin who were more than happy to give me over £7k, a month after being accepted for the AA card.

Their mobile app isn't great either, a long way off the other mainstream providers.

I have AA card and they are horrible in issuing generous credit … I have AA card and they are horrible in issuing generous credit limit..Even if you have excellent credit score / file. They will tell you the same ODD horrible stories if you request more credit limit. Also Topcashback Will take an ages and mostly likely years to to issue cashback. NOT the easiest things in the world.



I went for a previous cashback offer of 25 quid or something, just … I went for a previous cashback offer of 25 quid or something, just waiting for it to become payable from TC. I have an excellent credit file and they gave me a shoddy £3800 limit, didn't even cover the amount I wanted to BT from Tesco so I had to take out another card from Virgin who were more than happy to give me over £7k, a month after being accepted for the AA card.Their mobile app isn't great either, a long way off the other mainstream providers.



One of the reason we ended up in this mess is because banks allowed credit card customers to rack up loads of debt. It's a good thing they are reigning it back in and reality is £3800 is a good limit, I remember not long ago getting a near 20 grand limit which is stupid really
I'm surprised that this isn't hotter, this is pretty much free money.
Best thing is not to have a credit card at all unless you can afford to pay back in full at the end of every month. If you can't afford it then don't buy it and for those of you who find you can't pay it back in full then go get the scissors and cut your card up.
Got my cashback last week very happy with this deal
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