Posting a similar question I posed on the Tesco 0% card here too : I am looking for a 0% APR card to spread out the cost of a kitchen refurbishment - can someone please suggest if this is the best card to purchase on and then pay over a few months with no interests to boot or are there better options? Please spare me the don't fall into the credit debt trap comments as I know what I am doing - have plenty of cash parked in other investments which I don't want to break if I can rather have a 0% option, but still appreciate your concerns. Thanks for any help.
Hi people. Could you help me out please. I want to consolidate some cash owed to very and PayPal credit to keep the interest down and spread the cost over a couple of years. Would I need a money transfer card to do this, or would I effectively be able to use a standard credit card with a 0% interest period on purchases and class the payment as purchases? No idea to apply for a card with better money transfer deal, or one with better purchase deal. Cheers peeps.
Not bad ... 4% is a bit on the steep side .. but otherwise looks good . I notice they offer cards on either of the two main networks Visa/Mcard so it could be a good backup for any other card on the opposing network , just in case (TSB , Visa, Hackers) :/ No annual charges ?
hi how does the money transfer 4% work eg would I be charged £40 on every £1000 borrowed and that is all unless i go over 30 months thanks for your help