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    Hello,

    I have just finished university and about to start work. However I need a credit card to cover the deposit and rent initially until I get paid. I'm also thinking of using a credit card to pay for my car insurance all at once rather than pay monthly and have to pay more. I was wondering if anyone has any advice with regards to the best credit card deals for this kind of situation and whether i should go for one or two for these purposes.

    I am new to the UKHD community and hope to benefit from your experience.

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    Don't know myself off hand ,but this is a good reliable site for best financial deals and comparing credit cards Martin Lewis's Money saving expert moneysavingexpert.com/ hope you find what you need .
    Edited by: "rogparki" 23rd Jul 2014

    Original Poster

    OK. Thanks for the reply

    If you cannot afford to pay the yearly cost for insurance putting it on a card will not be cheaper then many insurance companies. Unless you can afford to pay off the credit card before interest becomes due.

    I recently got a Santander credit card you get cashback on lots of things and the best bit purchases are interest free for 18 months.

    Original Poster

    I can afford to pay it but it would be a huge chunk of my wage that month.

    Argoj

    If you cannot afford to pay the yearly cost for insurance putting it on a … If you cannot afford to pay the yearly cost for insurance putting it on a card will not be cheaper then many insurance companies. Unless you can afford to pay off the credit card before interest becomes due.



    I can afford to pay it pretty much straight away but it would be a big chunk of my wage that month.

    Original Poster

    cacaman123

    I recently got a Santander credit card you get cashback on lots of things … I recently got a Santander credit card you get cashback on lots of things and the best bit purchases are interest free for 18 months.



    Yeah I've had a look at that. Seems to be one of best cashback deals around. Shame about the £24 annual fee.
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