Sainsbury's 12 months 0% credit card with 3% balance transfer fee refunded in nectar points
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Sainsbury's 12 months 0% credit card with 3% balance transfer fee refunded in nectar points

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Found 31st Mar 2014
Found on Stoozing.com Title says it all - 12 months 0%, 3% fee refunded in full as nectar points - also 12 months on purchases. Worth considering if you have a balance to transfer or want some low interest funds.

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For people who can't manage their finances.

Rich-G

For people who can't manage their finances.

Let me guess. You don't have credit and you have never had a hand out from family in the past. You are my hero.

Rich-G

For people who can't manage their finances.



what a stupid reply.

so how about if you have the finances yet choose to get one of these so you can keep your money in an isa etc and therefore gaining interest on your money and nectar points too on your expenditure

You'd get into debt to get necter points. Do you charge for this advice?

Hahahaha love the speed with which people judge others. Clever people would use this deal to purchase interest free over 12 months before settling payment a year later having made their money work in the bank. Still, I guess you're too clever for that eh Rich?

Not that clever. He can't spell Nectar

Haha buurrnnn

Rich-G

For people who can't manage their finances.

****

Rich-G

You'd get into debt to get necter points. Do you charge for this advice?



dont feed the muggy troll guys.

yes, the richest people in the world are those who work cash in hand, cash for everything.

not business people who get 'investments' i.e. a loan to expand.

Good one. I'm busy trying to spend 2k on my Amex reward though. Maybe I could transfer it to this once spent?

I posted this a couple of months ago and is a good deal, heat added

If you go via Money Expert you can get a possible £25 cashback on top as well as the fee refund in Nectar points

moneyexpert.com/cre…-bt
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 31st Mar 2014

Rich-G

You'd get into debt to get necter points. Do you charge for this advice?



is it debt if you pay it off as soon as you spend.

for example i buy almost everything with my tesco credit card yet i dont owe them a penny and have never been charged any interest however i've been building up a healthy'ish amount of clubcard points

Thanks for the post. As others have pointed out, money savvy people who CAN manage their finances will appreciate this

Could think of another shorter name for Richard more appropriate for you mate!

Rich-G

You'd get into debt to get necter points. Do you charge for this advice?

I'm so happy as my 10 year Sainsburys loan that I cleverly consolidated some years back actually finishes tomorrow 1st April 2014.

Thank you, my barclaycard 9% runs out in 3 months. Voted hot from me.

somewhere to spend these hard earned points for those that still don't know. ..
m.hotukdeals.com/dea…rue
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