TSB credit card 0% on balance transfers for 28 months, fee-free, plus potential £5/month cashback
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TSB credit card 0% on balance transfers for 28 months, fee-free, plus potential £5/month cashback

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Found 10th Oct
Here’s a decent balance transfer deal but TSB has arranged it in a weird way for some reason.

The new Platinum 28 Month Balance Transfer Credit Card offers 0% on transfers for 28 months and purchases for three months.

There’s a 0.5% BT fee but it’s refunded, making it fee-free. (Why not just make it zero fee, I don’t know).

Transfers need to be made within 30 days of opening the account.

Customers need to open their account before 31 January 2018 and make the transfer before 2 March 2018 to qualify for the offer.

Another perk that customers who also have a TSB Classic Plus account can get 1% cashback on the first £500 spend each month on the credit card – that’s £5 a month.
This offer is available until 30 June 2018. So if you get the card in October that's nine months to grab the cashback, up to a maximum of £45.

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Weird, I click in the link, the site appears and then milliseconds disappears again.

Anyone else get the same problem?
Edited by: "emlin" 10th Oct

The site opened OK for me.

Still not for me, but thanks for getting back.

And with a different browser:

We've encountered an error
We're sorry but something has gone wrong and we've had to end your session.

If you were in the middle of doing something such as applying for a credit card, you'll need to start again from the beginning.

I need a balance transfer for £4000 any1 no whee I can get 1

Don't mix balance transfers and spending on the same card. I recently went for the 24 month 0% balance transfer card with virgin money as I was pre-approved

Can I pay off my car loan of £3800 with this card and then pay off the credit for 29 Months on 0% using this card.

Another question does this card also act as a Money transfer card ?

ivandias50 m ago

Can I pay off my car loan of £3800 with this card and then pay off the …Can I pay off my car loan of £3800 with this card and then pay off the credit for 29 Months on 0% using this card.



Yes, depending on the credit limit if you're approved. Say you get a £4000 limit, pay it off over the course of 28 months. Better than getting a loan. I've been doing this 'stoozing' where you use a product like this and save in higher interest accounts such as Nationwide and Santander 123 for years now. Frees up money and gives you some flexibility if you know how to take advantage.

Didn’t work for me using chrome, I got an error after completing the form. I tried 3 times, but no luck. Called tsb who said explorer is better the site doesn’t work well on chrome. Still didn’t work

1% cashback isn't bad

Do you have to have DD setup

The TSB website doesn't load correctly, as first commenter noted.
I was using Google Chrome.
But with Google Chrome Canary (the beta test browser which I also use) it worked.
Weird error. I have a feeling it's to do with accepting (clicking OK) for the cookies if you are visiting website for the first time.

cheaperbythe126 h, 2 m ago

Yes, depending on the credit limit if you're approved. Say you get a £4000 …Yes, depending on the credit limit if you're approved. Say you get a £4000 limit, pay it off over the course of 28 months. Better than getting a loan. I've been doing this 'stoozing' where you use a product like this and save in higher interest accounts such as Nationwide and Santander 123 for years now. Frees up money and gives you some flexibility if you know how to take advantage.

What you want is a Money Transfer card, which this is not. It may offer it, but typically charged at 4%, which may/not be better than your car loan. Check your car loan terms for any early repayment penalty as well!

lindseynlaura11 h, 47 m ago

I need a balance transfer for £4000 any1 no whee I can get 1

Try BarclayCard Balance Transfer for 25 months. 2% fee which is then refunded later. they have some Quidco cashback as well which tracked in my case.

Halifax have a small fee 0.6% deal as well with £20 cashback on their own website. Good luck!

HSBC has 32 months and £25 cash back
If you have advance you get longer months to pay it back and get £35
Also if you take a loan at 3% and have advance account you get 10%
Best to visit their website

Look on Martin Lewis Web site
And hannah money

I've been rufused both

I know Virgin money was doing something I can not remember now

I was thinking AA Credit card are offering 40 months interest free maybe if you pay your loan off is that classified as a purchase
Plus do not forget about Quidco or top cash back I got paid £27.50 for applying for it.
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