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Barclaycard is probably the UK's leading credit card provider, and anyone who wants to consolidate their debts, extend their credit limit or access Freedom Rewards deals will find plenty of cards to choose from. Find the perfect financial package and save money on everything from gig tickets to holidays abroad at the HotUKDeals Barclaycard listings. Read more
25% off full priced fashion, sportswear and footwear when you pay with Barclaycard @ Very
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Step into summer in style with 25% off fashion, sportswear and footwear at very.co.uk. Just enter code BARCLAYCARD at the checkout and pay with your Barclaycard. Offer ends 21 May… Read more
ivandias

The code got applied but can you add it to your account or do you have to pay it using a barclaycard? I know it says on their T&Cs but still..

Barclaycard Platinum 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 24 months 0.9% BT fee 21.9% APR @ Barclaycard
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Barclaycard Platinum 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 24 months 0.9% BT fee 21.9% APR @ BarclaycardBarclaycard Shop Deals
Your Barclaycard at a glance 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 24 months from the date you open your account. Transfers must be made within 60 days to benefit from the 0… Read more
SR1234_2013

I have never had a credit card so I can't be sure but I think they would charge a higher rate of interest on the remaining balance after the 0% period ends

creative_ltu

I mean I would need to set monthly payments so it fully pays out £3000. 24x £125. Or can I pay less , let's say £70 a month , but what would happen after I didn't managed to pay out £3000 by end of 24th month. Sorry for long question

creative_ltu

Dummy here. So if I transfer let's say £3000 and don't use card for any purchases but don't pay out fully myb£3000 by end of 24 months they will start to charge me 21.9% on remaining outstanding balance? Or do I need to set monthly payments so it would pay out my balance by end of 24 months?

Currey20

I had previously only been able to get very high APR credit cards, and eligibility checkers refuse me for most cards like this, but Barclaycard accepted my application but only gave me 18 months at 0% for balance transfers, but for me that’s amazing. They initially said it was a £200 credit limit until I proved my earnings, and then they increased it to £9,300. If you get refused for a lot of the high street cards, I’d say give this a go as I was really surprised. Regarding them reducing credit limits, all of the articles I’ve seen have been from people who don’t use their credit limits, but like to have it there for a rainy day. Barclaycard are now asking people to prove their income to show the credit limit they have is affordable, but I agree there’s a lot of negative press right now. Thanks op

gloxton

They reduced my limit by £10000 and refuse to give me a reason. I work in the NHS and have been working 12 hour shifts constantly since the pandemic started. Currently shopping around for a different provider and wouldn't recommend Barclaycard.

Barclaycard Platinum 0% interest on purchases for up to 20 months & 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 18 months @ Barclaycard
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Barclaycard Platinum 0% interest on purchases for up to 20 months & 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 18 months @ BarclaycardBarclaycard Shop Deals
After not being eligible for the Lloyd's card posted here I went on a little search and found this card, the website offers the same soft check on eligibility so it won't effect … Read more
gary333

Yes. Barclaycard don’t do current accounts.

misa58

Can you get this card without having a current account??

gary333

That’s only a problem if you need £300. In terms of credit score (not that there is actually any such thing from a lending point of view as each company will have their own selection criteria) won’t help you. In fact it could be seen by some companies algorithms that such a low amount means other companies are not prepared to lend, although less likely now as when applying for credit each company can see lots more about you - including your previous credit limits, balance and how much you paid off.

Enterpart

I thought it was opposite but you'll still be down £300 on your overall credit available to you

gary333

That is incorrect. Lenders can see the last 6 years worth of your credit accounts regardless of whether they are open or not, just like you can when you review your own report.

20% off Paul Smith using voucher code (Barclaycard users) @ Paul Smith
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
20% off Paul Smith using voucher code (Barclaycard users) @ Paul Smith20% offPaul Smith Shop Voucher Codes
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Use code PSBARC20 to get 20% off on https://www.paulsmith.com/uk This promotional code is available for use between Tuesday 6th April 12.01am – 11:59pm Tuesday 20th April 2021 o… Read more
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jmvalters

Not that I’m comparing the 2 brands in any other way but sizing!

jmvalters

That tends to be normal for designers - for example a Gucci small is a 36 chest, large is 40 and XXL would be 44

plodging

Paul smith stuff is ok . I live close to York designer outlet and have bought quite a bit PS stuff , just remember that in general the sizing is way smaller than normal . Xxl is like a 44 chest etc .

jmvalters

Not for everyone’s taste or price range - but hopefully helps someone!

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£15 off 5 bookings over £100 when paying with Barclaycard Visa (Select Accounts) @ Hotels.com
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£15 off 5 bookings over £100 when paying with Barclaycard Visa (Select Accounts) @ Hotels.com£15 offHotels.com Discount Code
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0% Balance Transfer for up to 21 Months (0.9% fee) + £30 Barclaycard cashback + possible further £20 cashback @ Barclaycard
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0% Balance Transfer for up to 21 Months (0.9% fee) + £30 Barclaycard cashback + possible further £20 cashback @ BarclaycardBarclaycard Shop Deals
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If you are looking to shift an outstanding balance from other credit cards to a 0% offer, you could get a 0% balance transfer up to 21 months with a low transfer fee of 0.9%. Plus … Read more
TiptreeJam

Just remember to read the small print. Tesco Bank keeps offering me a 0% interest balance or money transfer until October 22 on my Tesco credit card. When you read the small print is says ' You will be charged interest on any purchases made, even if you pay off the full purchase balance each month, until you repay your balance or money transfer(s) in full'. So if I continue to buy stuff with my Tesco credit card and pay it all off each month I will now be charged interest whereas before I wasn't. What they give with one hand they take back with the other... ;)

shan01

This year alone I applied for three credit card as I was buying a car and didn’t want to empty my account. Approved without any proof/documents etc with credit limit above my expectations

cliosport65

I would tend to agree with you about tightening up but I applied for the 15 month no fee card and my credit limit is 20k :o :o :o :o I only needed a quarter of that

shan01

I understand... recently applied for another card and was approved no questions asked. I do used credit cards a lot but not all of them. Also keep switching MBNA cards recently depend on the offers. I think I do needs to cancel some cards as I am not using them and only keep the one I used. Regards

rtd

Banks are tightening up on their lending, unless you bank with that institution they want to see proof. The more open credit (credit you don't utilise) you have the less it goes in your favour. I had the same problem with American Express, I went to pay for farm equipment for my brother in law and it was declined. I called Centurion customer services and it was because I hadn't used my card in such a long time and they needed to see proof I had the funds to repay them back. I sent the collections department a copy of my online banking screen and the transaction was approved.