MBNA Reward Credit Card
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MBNA Reward Credit Card

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Found 4th Jul 2015
Ideal for those who wants rewards out of credit cards as many of them offering low cash back and points due to EU law changes. Not for everyone however.

Doubly Convenient

Double points for the first 90 days from account opening1
Two cards
One PIN
One account to manage
One Rewards pot

5 Comments

The worse credit card company in the world to deal with. If they take over the running of a card I cancel it straight away

Brownbloke11

The worse credit card company in the world to deal with. If they take … The worse credit card company in the world to deal with. If they take over the running of a card I cancel it straight away



I've used cards from MBNA owned subsidiaries before and don't have much to do with them, just do my balance transfer and ensure I have an SO, or DD in place and leave it until the 0% expires and then move on.

Not sure if it being with MBNA is the only reason for this being cold?
I'd need more information on how much different rewards cost because if you can trade say 10,000 points for a £100 Tesco gift card card it would work out as a good deal. This would be because each point is equivalent to 1p and so the AmEx would give the equivalent of 2% cashback (4% in first 3 months)
This probably works out as being better than the AmEx platinum cashback card, but more research is needed into whether the rewards are the equivalent of 1p per point.

escortboy

Not sure if it being with MBNA is the only reason for this being cold?I'd … Not sure if it being with MBNA is the only reason for this being cold?I'd need more information on how much different rewards cost because if you can trade say 10,000 points for a £100 Tesco gift card card it would work out as a good deal. This would be because each point is equivalent to 1p and so the AmEx would give the equivalent of 2% cashback (4% in first 3 months)This probably works out as being better than the AmEx platinum cashback card, but more research is needed into whether the rewards are the equivalent of 1p per point.



I have this card.

It is 1p per 2 points. so the minimum order for gift vouchers is £10 using 2000 points.

Great card, great company
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