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MBNA Balance Transfer credit Card 0% for 26 months then 20.93% - 1% fee
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
I am looking for a decent balance transfer credit card. All the best deals zero fee deals for non-customers seem to have expired. I used a comparison site that showed MBNA offered … Read more
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madoka_ayukawa

Of all the years that I've applied for a credit card, I've never seen this (mainly to apply for balance transfers). For example, I was on the barclaycard website to apply for a card, but when I got the card, my starting credit limit was £750, so it was pointless because I was hoping to transfer a balance of £8k. So I didn't use the card and just phoned to close the account.

FrugalFergal

It definitely does tell you your estimated credit limit. See below.

jchung07

You would need a 0% spend card not a balance transfer card for this...

madoka_ayukawa

But when you do the soft search, it will tell you the chances of acceptance, not your credit limit

FrugalFergal

I got offered an interim £7200 limit with a near 100% chance of success which was far beyond my expectations. Do the soft credit check on their site and see how you fare. It has NO impact on your actual credit rating.

MBNA up to 24 months 0% Money Transfer card, fee from 2.99% (22.93% interest after)
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
MBNA up to 24 months 0% Money Transfer card, fee from 2.99% (22.93% interest after)
If the FCAs 3 month repayment holiday doesn’t stretch far enough for your finances and the furlough scheme doesn’t cover you this card may help to see you through. Remember to keep… Read more
tygar2

Pondering the above. Probably stupid questions but here goes... Will taking either option have the same impact on your credit report? (Loan vs credit card) Will other lenders see that I have taken cash out of a credit card? If I take the money transfer can that be later transferred to another lender as a normal balance transfer? Thanks

Msafiri

Let's assume you get 3.4% transfer rate for 2 years and compare it with 3.4% APR loan with no early repayment charges. In the above scenario, if you plan to pay off the balance in less than a year, take the loan. As you will pay less than 3.4% interest depending on how many months the loan lasts. If its between a year and 2 years, take the money transfer. Your maximum cost is 3.4% over the period. At 24 months, it will be 1.7% on an average. If it's more than 2 years, take the loan. You dont want to be paying the higher APR once 0% over. Although for the last scenario, depending on how many months over the 24 month period you are planning to carry the balance and more importantly, how much of the balance remains, it may still be cheaper to take the money transfer. Please do your own calculations as there are too many variables to consider and above is a hypothetical answer only.

umirza85

Thanks, was just wondering if after the cards with a balance are paid off from the bank account that you're pretty much in the same situation? Seems like its so.

BigAde

Thanks, hadn't realised that the interest hike had been postponed. Still it's not exactly brilliant as it is, so I need to get on and deal with it. Will give it some further thought, but am inclined to go the loan route.

Idris_ax

No. A balance transfer will just transfer balances from other credit cards to the balance transfer card effectively paying the other cards off. This card allows you to transfer a cash amount from the credit card to a current account. You can then use that cash as you wish, which may well be to pay off other cards, etc.

MBNA Platinum 36 months 0% balance transfers credit card
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Posted 5th Sep 2018Posted 5th Sep 2018
MBNA Platinum 36 months 0% balance transfers credit card
Hey guys. I spotted this great balance transfer deal: The MBNA Platinum 36 month balance transfer Visa credit card offers: 0% on balance transfers for 36 months Balance transf… Read more
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Mister_Cool

Just looking on MBNA, I went for the 31 month with 1.1% fee I looked at the Santander and Sainsburys 0% fee but according to MSE i was only 40% likely to get those cards, but 100% likely to get the MBNA one.

angelking

Santander 0% balance transfer with 0% fees. Isn't that a better deal??

MBNA credit card: 0% on purchases, balance transfers and money transfers for 30 months
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Posted 8th Jun 2018Posted 8th Jun 2018
MBNA credit card: 0% on purchases, balance transfers and money transfers for 30 months
Hi everyone According to Moneyfacts, MBNA has launched a brand-new All Round 30/30 Credit Card. This deal offers: 0% interest on purchases for up to 30 months. 0% interest… Read more
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Nighthawk

Is this deal this around. Can only find the 28/28 card.

matwalaboy

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.

Stevie_Bridges

Yes

Red_xi

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.

GwanGy

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 ?

MBNA Platinum Credit Card 0% on balance transfers for 32 months, 1.15% BT fee
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Posted 28th Mar 2018Posted 28th Mar 2018
MBNA Platinum Credit Card 0% on balance transfers for 32 months, 1.15% BT fee
If you’re looking for a decent length BT deal with a low fee, this card from MBNA is worth checking out. The MBNA Platinum offers: 0% on balance transfers for up to 32 months… Read more
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lanky78

Very handy thanks. Barclays wouldn't offer me ANY balance transfer at all (0% or otherwise) so its bye bye Barclaycard lol. Also one for 36 months, although I should have eveything cleared by 32 months!

cliosport65

Any credit to MSE :/ :/

MBNA Platinum credit card 36 months 0% on balance transfers
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Posted 12th Mar 2018Posted 12th Mar 2018
MBNA Platinum credit card 36 months 0% on balance transfers
If you’ve got credit card debts and need three years to pay them off, this deal from MBNA is worth checking out. The MBNA Platinum offers: 0% on balance transfers for up to 36 m… Read more
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lauraxxxxx

Wondering why this has been voted cold?

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MBNA Thames Clipper - Kids Go Free - 20-21 Jan + Free Lumiere London 2018
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Posted 18th Jan 2018Posted 18th Jan 2018
MBNA Thames Clipper - Kids Go Free - 20-21 Jan + Free Lumiere London 2018
Cheer up your January with a fantastic offer from our partner MBNA! Enjoy a day out in London for less with this kids go free offer. Treat your little ones to an adventure through… Read more
Bluecat786

Plus the dirty water of Thames is not a good sight.Still voted hot for those who it may appeal to.

Bluecat786

A bit cold for me at this time of year especially when i have got the flu!!😷

MBNA 38-months 0% interest balance transfer credit card, 1.44% BT fee
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Posted 2nd Jan 2018Posted 2nd Jan 2018
MBNA 38-months 0% interest balance transfer credit card, 1.44% BT fee
Here’s a decent deal for people who need upwards of three years to clear their credit card debt. MBNA has upped the deal on its Platinum Balance Transfer credit card from 37 mon… Read more
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OllieSt

Much better deal here

diktiomenos

Exactly. Downvoted this on principle for the plagiarism.

ayr74

Just what I was going to be looking for this morning. Thanks!

Bethesda2014

Will I get accepted for this if I’ve already got an MBNA balance transfer card? Thanks

ollie87

Glad to see stoozing has survived the hike in interest rates.

MBNA £25 cashback BT card upto 32 months at 0% with a .76% fee
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Posted 30th Dec 2017Posted 30th Dec 2017
MBNA £25 cashback BT card upto 32 months at 0% with a .76% fee
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 … Read more
Anon32

What are you banging on about?

deleted151315

Philladephia lawyer please

MBNA 37 months 0% interest on money transfers 3.45% fee
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Posted 1st Dec 2017Posted 1st Dec 2017
MBNA 37 months 0% interest on money transfers 3.45% fee
This is a decent deal if you have non-credit cards debts (i.e. a loan or overdraft) and want to switch them to a 0% credit card. MBNA’s Money Transfer Credit Card Visa offers: … Read more
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writergirl74

Yes, that's basically how they work.

ja0101

Great deal. I've been a customer with MBNA for 7+ years. Has anyone tried ringing them to see if this can be applied to your existing account?

adsham

Yes, I did this to buy a car a while back, and paid it back slowly over the 3 years. There will be the 3.45% of the amount of money transferred upfront.

andybutlin

Good find. Heat added

duncanb1973

V good deal, the rate for balance/ money transfers gas just gone up to over 20% so another company that reels you in then well and truely screws you. Time for me to mov

MBNA 30 months 0% interest on both purchases and balance transfers
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Posted 14th Aug 2017Posted 14th Aug 2017
MBNA 30 months 0% interest on both purchases and balance transfers
Hi guys MBNA has launched a brand-new All Round 30/30 Credit Card. This deal offers: 0% interest on purchases for up to 30 months. 0% interest on balance transfers for u… Read more
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MassiveAttack99

Sorry to bump this, but just need a bit of advice. I was in between jobs for five weeks there, meaning that these next few weeks are very tight as I haven't received any pay for a month and won't receive any from my new job until the end of the month. Would you recommend using this card for things such as getting the shopping in and transport? Plan to pay it all back within two months so only want it as a short term option. Never had a credit card before so thought I'd ask before I apply!

deleted1293669

I have had one of this in 2006. I think it was 3000 or 5000 limit After two years they closed my account for using limit , clearing balance and using it again 3 or 4 times every month The reason given was not allowed to use for business use.

Anon32

After being rejected for m&s got this with a £7400 credit limit promptly reduced to £5000. M&s take ages while this took minutes! Funny that they think i can't pay back the money or maybe they just won't make money out of me! Hence rejection. 24 hours after being rejected i was accepted for this. Dont give up peeps. However only use these if you have to or are very clever and sharp with credit! Perfect for the heating system

Stags

Hello, hope the trip goes well. Makes sence of you are booking it in £'s fo you are doing euro transactions you may want to check if there is a fee for doing this. You might want to check MSE cheapest way to travel section to find out the cheapest way to buy in euro's. just a thought

dodoegg1

are there any decent 0% cards that give rewards/ points? I've just finished my 18 month 0% on Tesco so looking for something similar to earn points on

MBNA Platinum Credit Card - 0% on money transfers for up to 36 months - 2.99% handling fee
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Posted 26th Jul 2017Posted 26th Jul 2017
MBNA Platinum Credit Card - 0% on money transfers for up to 36 months - 2.99% handling fee
It's the best I can find and I use them to overpay mortgage payments (only of use if your mortgage rate is above 1%)
ontheqt

Agreed didn't notice that. I took it for the BT rate

OllieSt

That's 1.9% for 20 months

ontheqt

https://uk.virginmoney.com/virgin/credit-cards/pre-apply/?agg=MSE&product=bt-card-07&utm_campaign=creditcards&dclid=CMiD94LRp9UCFWOm7QodhfUF-A&utm_medium=aggregators&source=MSE-BTU-NA-NA-02394&utm_source=moneysavingexpert

OllieSt

I actually think that Virgin deal doesn't exist now. Do you have a link?

OllieSt

This is a money transfer card. The ability to borrow £xx.xx over 3 years for a 2.99% fee. Use it to offset mortgage payments and it's a sound thing to do,

MBNA: 42 months 0% on balance transfers (2.79% fee) or 30 months (0.64% fee)
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Posted 28th Jun 2017Posted 28th Jun 2017
MBNA: 42 months 0% on balance transfers (2.79% fee) or 30 months (0.64% fee)
Hi guys The latest deals from MBNA look pretty hot. There are two options: MBNA Platinum credit card 0% for 42 months on balance transfers – the longest on the market. But ther… Read more
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SClub

£20 cashback on transfers of £1000 and over at the minute too (certainly with the 0.64% offer anyway) :)

Fox_meister

I had no problems with them either :D

cnta

MBNA are the best by far. and always send new offers out all the time and always putting up your credit limit. and you can hold more than one MBNA credit card.

johnszi23

It does. If you close a credit card after you paid off your credit score goes down, two of my friend had it, that's why I was asking how manicmidlander does it. If you don't touch the card after a while the company cancel it apparently so it won't affect anything.

sanjaykj

​Why should closing an account affect credit score?

Football credit cards from MBNA with upto 29 month 0% purchase
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Posted 17th May 2017Posted 17th May 2017
Football credit cards from MBNA with upto 29 month 0% purchase
Credit Cards available for the following teams: 1. Arsenal 2. Chelsea 3.Liverpool 4.Spurs 5. Aston Villa 6. West Ham
Dait

Yeah, 2nd from bottom. :D

BIGUSHEADUS

I bet when Villa fans went down they thought it would be all doom and gloom but look at them now. 8)

Dait

That's the 1st time this decade Arsenal have been top of the table.:D

tomwatts

This will be a good offer in September time when they throw in free shirts, but for now it's freexing cold!

MBNA's new online-only brand Nuba launches with 41 month balance transfer offer, and an 'all-round' credit card, plus a £20 Amazon voucher sign-up perk
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Posted 27th Oct 2016Posted 27th Oct 2016
MBNA's new online-only brand Nuba launches with 41 month balance transfer offer, and an 'all-round' credit card, plus a £20 Amazon voucher sign-up perk
Read about it here on Moneysaving Expert: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/cards/2016/10/mbna-unveils-new-credit-card-brand-featuring-20-amazon-gift-cards MBNA has unveiled … Read more
PureJT

Sorry about that - amended

watson44

depends on the amount you lend. they only have the options to pay the minimum or pay balance in full, so create a standing order for the rest

rooney10

Title needs amending to show the fee as it isn't 0% as stated.

Saver_UK

misleading title

andysmoore

yep, title is very misleading.

mbna credit card with 0% on balance transfers for 41 months
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Posted 23rd Sep 2016Posted 23rd Sep 2016
mbna credit card with 0% on balance transfers for 41 months
I'm not an expert on credit cards by any means and neither I'm interested in one but this seemed like a decent deal.
oldsystem

Had no problems in about 6/7 years. Someone abroad spend £3000 on it once and was quickly spotted and removed from my account.

eslick

You do not need to be a financial expert to gave a credit card, two simple steps, set up a direct debit for the minimum payment but make sure you fund the account. On the anniversary of the account being opened when your interest free period ends make sure you have moved to another card. Really if you can't do any of that you, yes you shouldn't be getting a credit card or any other loan, of any type of bill that you have to pay in a certain date. Really it's not rocket science :(

MrBeatnik

I agree. Any card will charge you ridiculous fees if you don't manage it properly. The fees here might be slightly higher... But the key is to avoid them completely. As for the deal, 3.49% fee is high compared to, say, Tesco 0% for 24 months...

whuami

As ridiculous as it may be for financial buzz like you, I was just sharing my experience of how much fees and other charges they impose, maybe not just this company but out of many other CCs I have had this has got to be the worst. Just for those thinking they will be on track with it all, just be careful as one day it does get out of control. Take it as an advise or ignore it as a ridiculous post and state the obvious which I have already, up to you.

eslick

Sorry but that is the most ridiculous post I have ever seen in all my time on this site, you are correct you are at fault, finance is an important part of life and anyone who doesn't take it seriously is crazy, if you mess up any card you will get interest and fees charged that is what they are there for. Unbelievable don't follow the terms of your card, get charged and then blame the company :(

Free Spurs (third kit) Shirt - MBNA Credit Card
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Posted 20th Sep 2016Posted 20th Sep 2016
Free Spurs (third kit) Shirt - MBNA Credit Card
Spend £200 on a new MBNA credit card within 90 days and receive a 'free' Spurs shirt (third shirt) I have an existing MBNA card and this wasn't a problem. Repay the balance befor… Read more
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PaulTheYid

yeeeessss! -201°

PaulTheYid

But it would seem they can't even give them away (got to love this site sometimes!) :D

Valiantcat

The third shirt this year is the pinstripe gold one, much better than last season's purple one.

PaulTheYid

Fair enough, personally i think it's a cheap way of getting a shirt (granted they're overpriced)

PaulTheYid

You can pick the size, if you don't submit a preference they default to men's large (unfortunately large won't be too big for me anymore! :(

MBNA Balance Transfer Card, 0% For 40 MONTHS! (2.55% Fee) + (Option to get pre-approved).
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Posted 10th May 2016Posted 10th May 2016
MBNA Balance Transfer Card, 0% For 40 MONTHS! (2.55% Fee) + (Option to get pre-approved).
Good deal for 0% for 40 months. + Money transfers (4% fee) Also gives you the option to check if you'll get approved WITHOUT leaving a footprint on your credit file!
benlondon

​Surely this is why you regularly save each month?

MattP79

​The second week of January the company I was employed by for over 10 ceased trading with no warning. Wages, overtime and expenses etc unpaid. Due to some dodginess with the transfer of assets to another company we've been denied redundancy payments. I'm so out of pocket it's scary.

simont_space

True, but life changes and if you are, say, made redundant MBNA would stuff you much quicker than many others.

simont_space

MBNA, unlike many lenders, do not put up with financial difficulties even if temporary.

herby247

If you miss your min or monthly repayment, a credit card is not for you.

MBNA credit card 0% on balance transfers for up to 39 months
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Posted 31st Jan 2016Posted 31st Jan 2016
MBNA credit card 0% on balance transfers for up to 39 months
Just received an e-mail from MBNA regarding this. Seems like a cracking deal - 3 years and 3 months of peace of mind. Also the initial transfer fee is not that high 2.9%...yes, bef… Read more
cnta

good deal. got mine a month w

olivercer

Lol now I see...

ianhalling

As Joey Essex would say : "Reeeeem!"

ianhalling

If you transfer your balance to this card you will have longer to pay it off at 0 percent - it's a no-brainer surely ?

ianhalling

wary not weary surely ?

Travel for free around London using MBNA MasterCard on Friday 13 November 2015
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Travel for free around London using MBNA MasterCard on Friday 13 November 2015
Travel in London on Friday 13 November 2015 and, thanks to your contactless MBNA MasterCard®, it won’t cost you a bean. TOUCH IN ON TRANSPORT FOR LONDON THIS FARE FREE FRIDAY To… Read more
normanm

Thanks

hqq

Yes.

Qasim7

I have a Mbna mastercard which is a credit card. Can that be used?

mrmanager

I've only ever used it when these offers come around. Can't seem to find anything about it online and haven't got round to calling them yet.

hqq

Have you ever used your MBNA Mastercard as a contactless payment?

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