Sainsbury’s Bank dual offer credit card 29 months 0% interest on both balance transfers and purchases PLUS 5000 bonus Nectar points
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Sainsbury’s Bank dual offer credit card 29 months 0% interest on both balance transfers and purchases PLUS 5000 bonus Nectar points

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Found 22nd Jun
0% interest on balance transfers for 29 months
0% interest on purchases for 29 months
5,000 bonus Nectar points
You'll also get 2 Nectar points per £1 spent on Sainsbury's shopping and 1 Nectar point for every £5 spent elsewhere.

Balance transfer fee of 2.49% applies on transfers made within your first 3 months, 3% afterwards. (Minimum £3 at all times)*

If you're after transferring in a quite big balance this card isn't for you. Rather try the TSB Platinum 28 month 0% and ZERO fee: tsb.co.uk/cre…rd/

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Got it

Thanks

I have this at the moment but there's some flaws to consider:

1. All cards aren't contactless, need to use pin for purchases
2. Don't do online statements have to wait for paper statements
3. No Android or Apple Pay

If above don't bother you then go for it, otherwise get yourself a card with less months on purchases/balance transfers with above features, having to use chip and pin from previously having contactless is a ball ache!

I had a similar deal a year ago with a shorter balance transfer period and longer purchases.
Any payments you make go on the purchases first. If you transfer a balance and then make purchases, you'll have to clear the whole lot by the time the balance transfer period finishes.

any good deals on transferring into bank account to pay off overdraft? thanks

scoobytawazara

any good deals on transferring into bank account to pay off overdraft? … any good deals on transferring into bank account to pay off overdraft? thanks


If i'm not mistaken, barclays offer that service, but you're charged the same as a cash withdrawal ie higher interest

I might have missed something but isn't this cold?

If we're talking about the just one month difference I would suspect the majority of people would go for Sainsburys "No Balance Transfer Fee" card which is 0% for 28 months but the 1.5% transfer fee is refunded.

It also has the same 5,000 nectar points deal.

Sainsburys have excessive id requirements - fine if you have paper statements but no good for me as all my banking and utilities are online statements.

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luvclub

I might have missed something but isn't this cold?If we're talking about … I might have missed something but isn't this cold?If we're talking about the just one month difference I would suspect the majority of people would go for Sainsburys "No Balance Transfer Fee" card which is 0% for 28 months but the 1.5% transfer fee is refunded. It also has the same 5,000 nectar points deal.


Not really as with the "No Balance Transfer Fee" you would have 0% interest on
purchases for 3 months only, instead of 29.

patrick_000

Sainsburys have excessive id requirements - fine if you have paper … Sainsburys have excessive id requirements - fine if you have paper statements but no good for me as all my banking and utilities are online statements.



​I got this last month and didn't need any statements at all?
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