MBNA £25 cashback BT card upto 32 months at 0% with a .76% fee
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MBNA £25 cashback BT card upto 32 months at 0% with a .76% fee

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Found 30th Dec 2017Edited by:"Anon32"
This MBNA* card offers one fewer 0% month than the cards above, with a slightly higher fee to transfer your balance. However if you transfer at least £1,000 you'll also get £25 cashback, which makes it a better deal if you don't need the extra interest-free month.

Transfer less than £3,300 and you have a profit which will help you pay off your balance.

As this card is an 'up to' you could be accepted and offered fewer 0% months, which won't make it as good a deal. However, our eligibility calculator can tell you if you're pre-approved for this card - meaning you'll definitely get the headline deal if accepted.

Need-to-knows
  • To be eligible for the £25 cashback, you need to make balance transfers of at least £1,000 within the first 60 days of opening the account.
  • The cashback will be credited to your account within 60 days of the transfer being processed.
  • We say 'up to' 32 mths as some may get fewer months at 0%, depending on credit score – but our eligibility calculator can tell you if you're pre-approved for it – and if you are, you'll get the full 32 months at 0%.
  • If you've already got an MBNA or Nuba card, you can't balance transfer to this one.
  • After your 0% deal ends, you'll pay 21.9% interest a year on any balance transfer debt left over.
  • You need to transfer the balance within 60 days, or you won't get the 0% period and you'll pay a 5% fee.
  • Always pay at least the minimum monthly repayment, or you'll lose the 0% deal.
  • Don't spend/withdraw cash on this card. It usually isn't at the cheap rate and cash withdrawals hit your credit file.

  • Balance transfer length & fee: Up to 32 months 0%, 0.76% fee
  • Min payment: Greater of 1% of balance plus interest, or £25 | Min balance transfer amount: £25
  • Min income: N/A | Card issuer: Visa | Balance transfer time limit: First 60 days
  • Rate: 19.9% representative APR


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Philladephia lawyer please
MCGONIS30th Dec 2017

Philladephia lawyer please


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