Market leading 29 month balance transfer offer@Barclays
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Market leading 29 month balance transfer offer@Barclays

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Found 10th Dec 2013
0% interest on balance transfers for 29 months from account opening (2.79% handling fee applies)
A fee of 3.5% will be applied, then reduced to 2.79% by a refund (terms and conditions apply)
0% interest on purchases for 6 months from account opening
If you have a balance transfer you will pay interest on all purchases made once the 0% purchase rate for 6 months has expired, (unless you repay your entire balance in full each month)
Your account, your way with mybarclaycard online servicing. Your new account will be automatically set-up with online statements*
Apply online to get a response in minutes and arrange your balance transfer straight away**

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Hot....if you only really really need it!!:{

A long long time... only if you need to!

MRPRO_MO2012

Hot....if you only really really need it!!:{


need, lol

Applied for this last week, got an email today saying welcome to Barclaycard, you're initial credit limit is £14300!!! Can't quite believe it cos my credit score isn't brilliant, it's classed as good according to creditexpert but there was certainly room for improvement. Gonna be a good Xmas now woohoo

MRPRO_MO2012

Hot....if you only really really need it!!:{

ompek

A long long time... only if you need to!






Hummmmmmmmmmmm 29 Monthsssssssss NEED too!!!! (_;)

Edited by: "MRPRO_MO2012" 10th Dec 2013

zAndy1

Applied for this last week, got an email today saying welcome to … Applied for this last week, got an email today saying welcome to Barclaycard, you're initial credit limit is £14300!!! Can't quite believe it cos my credit score isn't brilliant, it's classed as good according to creditexpert but there was certainly room for improvement. Gonna be a good Xmas now woohoo



Not the case here, I applied for this when it was posted a month or so ago as I wanted to transfer my existing card to 0%, the muppets sent me a Barclays initial card which is for boosting credit ratings but isn't what I applied for.

I've had one of these for a few yrs now and every time I try and close the account they give me £40 cash to keep it. Just had a look and I've had £40 8 times in the past 2 yrs.

Excellent length or term - love these types of deals, I purchased my car using 2 credit cards on exactly this

Thanks. I might try amd close mine and see what they say.

Got one of these in July this year - didn't need the BT but the card is nice and shiny

Got mine recently there was a 25 quid moneyexpert offer going via them. Its worth looking for. Very quick process to claim

Edit: here it is

moneyexpert.com/cre…rds

Edited by: "EdwardtheLocal" 11th Dec 2013

zAndy you'd better pay off that £14300 quickly as it's 0% on purchases for only 6 months. Now if it was for 29 months I'd be rocking this card.

raggatip

zAndy you'd better pay off that £14300 quickly as it's 0% on purchases … zAndy you'd better pay off that £14300 quickly as it's 0% on purchases for only 6 months. Now if it was for 29 months I'd be rocking this card.



He said credit limit, not outstanding balance

theshadowman

He said credit limit, not outstanding balance



But he also said "It's going to be a good Christmas" implying he was going to max it out.

Good deal. Would definitely consider this. Thanks OP.:)

HEAT, Good if you've got other cards that sign up offers expired on, we got this a few weeks back, transferred the balance of one card, currently using another and will transfer over again when full, also great rate after the offer ends as well, a lot cheaper than a loan (ehem other half is having to have a dental implant, this really eases the pain of -£3.5k oO we were expecting to dish out on it over xmas and new year)

Good deal for when credit cards get out of hand!

even if you have cash on hand to pay last credit card, Its well worth getting this and transferring. You can make enough on interest only from banks with the cash that you would have used to pay off. where can you get a loan with about 1.16% interest rate for almost 2 and half years without anything to be paid during the period??? HOT....

2.79% BT fee of is not really a market leading.
Loyds is offering BT fee for 1.5% 24 months for a new customer.

kinobestew123

But he also said "It's going to be a good Christmas" implying he was … But he also said "It's going to be a good Christmas" implying he was going to max it out.



No lol it just means I can transfer some balances from other cards and have a few treats (which i'll put on my nationwide select card) but I'm not gonna max this card out its purely for balance transfers until they're paid off
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