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Barclays Green Home Mortgage 2.34% 5 year fixed 90% LTV
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Best deal in market for 90% LTV is from first direct at 2.39% 5 year fixed at 90% LTV None of the comparison sites mentioned this offer. Found it while combing through different pr… Read more

First direct 2.29, no fee, 5y fixed. Cannot see 1.94


I've just applied for their 5 yr @1.94% no fee


I'm going first direct 1.94% no fee, 5 years.


Either way, I’m inclined to go with my broker. We’re now practically single income with a dependent and also wife’s visa status means we might not qualify for certain deals. At least with the broker it’s 5yrs and he can pretty much guarantee we’ll meet the lender’s criteria.

sach1636 rate of 1.94 is 2 year fixed mortgage and not 5 year with 20% deposit.

20% Cashback @ Just Eat for Barclays Account Holders
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
20% cashback on Just Eat orders using a Barclays account. Follow the get deal link or use the banking app to activate and order through your account to get cashback. There's also … Read more

I don't think so.


Looking for any spare just eat codes and happy to swap with a wuntu code? Please pm Thanks ks in advance


Does this include Barclaycard credit card accounts?


anyone got the cashback from this? didnt track for me and no easy way to get in contact. Barclays cashback looks pretty poorly managed


They've started doing that where I live there sick of them....

Apple reintroduces Barclays 0% Finance Option
Refreshed 25th MayRefreshed 25th May
Apple removed this a few months ago and have now reintroduced it. Great way to purchase that Apple Mac :) Minimum purchase value is £399 0% over 12 months. £399 minimum orde… Read more
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Sales must be down in run up to September, was going to grab the iphone 8 plus on this but rumours are rife of a new handset again September time so might wait until then see what there bringing out and possibly a price drop on the iphone 8 plus or iphone X. Hope there's another plus size handset available


Nice :) great way of getting yourself a macbook pro imo.


Section 3 - instalments


Silly question, but how do you actually select the Barclays Finance option? I don't get the option for it at checkout, I only get to select to pay by card or paypal


Use nectar also to get reward points 8) (y)

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Barclays Credit Card fee free for 25 months at 0% apr but £20 back so transfer your old balance and get £20 cashback to pay down your balance and get 25 months again
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
This Barclaycard * offers a slightly shorter 0% period than most cards but also gives £20 cashback if you apply by 14 May and shift at least £1,000 within 60 days. So unless you n… Read more

You are confusing the refund on the balance transfer fee with the £20 cashback. Balance transfer within 60 days, you will initially be charged a 2% fee which will then be refunded within 28 days. Transfer a balance of £1000 or more within 60 days and receive £20 cashback.


So you have to transfer £1000 at a fee of 2% to get £20... err hardly deal of the year!... you can't use the £20 to pay down your balance, infact unless you transfer exactly £1000 you either don't get the £20 to pay the fee or you get a larger fee than £20.

Barclays offering £20 cashback off its balance transfer credit cards. There is a 25 month card that charges no fee so you can get £20 off your debt by transferring.
14/05/2018Expires on 14/05/2018LocalLocalFound 10th AprFound 10th Apr
This Barclaycard* offers 25 months with £20 back if you apply by 14 May and shift at least £1,000 within 60 days. So unless you need the extra months, this card is likely t… Read more

why cold? Am I missing something?


Thanks jimmy lad (y)


Not as irritating as you.


No .. You did not go there (cheeky)


A short, snappy title that gets straight to the point.....

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Barclays travel credit card - no fees abroad plus also you can withdraw cash abroad you get till the statement date to pay it off! Also 12 months @ 0% APR
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Barclaycard Platinum travel credit card 0% interest on purchases for 12 months from the date you open your account No non-sterling transaction fees on your foreign spend and… Read more

“0% interest free doesn’t apply to cash withdrawals” it’s very clear, all travel credit cards not only this one, if you withdraw cash you will pay interest until you clear the cash balance, the only way if you need to withdraw cash without paying interest is to send the equivalent payment in Sterling at the same day of the withdrawal


Credit card would only cover you for transactions after you notified them, so what if they rack up £1000 before you realise your card's been nicked? With Revolut they can only nick what you have left on the card.


Whilst that is true, there has been a few times where I have raised an issue for transactions under £100 and the CC company has stepped in for a successful resolution. The fact there is a higher chance of a successful outcome makes it a must.


Fair. If you did however, you could also save money that way too... :D


I dont buy high value items in any currency other than sterling.

Barclays Blue Rewards - Current account reward - up to £4 a month
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
This is brilliant if you already have an account with them or a financial product (home insurance, personal loan, mortgage). They pay you £7 per month, for this you will need to h… Read more
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Good only if you are an existing customer of Barclays. Otherwise, I would wait for a switching incentive.


Blue rewards are brilliant if you use Barclays products, I've had quite a large sum back so far :)


Been using blue rewards for about a year. It’s a no brainier if you’re an existing Barclays customer, but not something to necessarily make you change bank for if not


It provides additional cash back if you hold its mortgage and/or home insurance


Thanks for clarifying

Barclays 7-year fixed mortgage 2.19%, £999 fee, 60% LTV
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Barclays has joined a small, but growing, group of mortgage lenders offering seven-year fixed rates. Most deals tend to be for two, five or 10 years. But if seven years is what … Read more
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Fix for 5,7 or 10 years then overpay all you can up to the usual10% limit on a standing order, savings rates are so low it's better to service the debt with any spare money. If you agree formally with the lender to reduce the term you can't back out if money is tight wheras the standing order has the same effect but you have control. Money saving expert has a calculator tool that shows the benefit of overpaying, my 11 years remaining at £270 per month becomes just over 5 years with an additional standing order overpayment of £200 per month.


if you find one like this with no fee , thatll do me as well.


Furthermore: you say you've nearly paid your mortgage off. Did you get an inheritance or have rich parents? If not, well then, you can see the irony in my assumption, surely? Btw - your sympathy is a little bit overbearing in the smug department too.


I understand your view and I still forgive you. An apology for calling me a "tool" would also be appreciated. For future reference, you could have responded with "a mortgage is a loan secured against an asset, usually a house, that allows people to buy a house". Would have been more fun.


I think you missed the point. Whenever there is a mortgage deal there is always someone bragging about being mortgage free and usually with comments similar to yours. That might explain the number of 'likes' and perhaps a misunderstanding of your comment. For the record, I will be shortly be mortgage free although looking at the possibility of moving (and therefore increasing my mortgage) but it's affordable and I have a good LTV too. It's not a 'sore' subject by any means and certainly not affecting my ego. I am grateful I am not starting on the housing ladder now. It's virtually impossible for people unless they have parents who can make a significant contribution to the deposit. That's not something my parents had to do but something I am likely to have to do for my own children. Having a mortgage for the majority of working life is a massive commitment. Many people struggle during the period they are raising a family and with a reduced income. Being mortgage free and bragging on here is really quite pathetic though. If of course you aren't bragging and are actually struggling to obtain a mortgage then you have my sympathy.

Barclays 2-year fixed rate mortgage 1.28%, £999 fee, up to 50% LTV
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Barclays has revamped its mortgage deal and is now offering the following: Two-year fixed rate at 1.28% £999 fee Available to both purchasers and remortgagers with 50% depos… Read more
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Not voted either way, but whether you would save with this low rate 2 year deal with £999 fee would depend on the amount borrowing. Just checked on HSBC and they are still doing their 5 year fixed fee saver for 60% LTV at 1.99%. On £150k mortgage OP's deal would save you £201 over the first two years taking the fee into account. But if only borrowing £90k you would pay back £279 more on OP's deal compared to HSBC, plus with 5 year fixed you would still have a fairly low rate locked in for another 3 years, assuming interest rates start to creep up over the next 2 years.


Agreed IF there are other mortgage deals available at same interest rate with no fees....not sure if is or not haven't looked, but I thought from recollection there were 2 year deals at 0.98% if you had 50%+ equity. If no fee deals are at a higher interest rate then this may actually be the cheaper option.


I’d expect a mortgage with no fee if I had a 50% deposit! £999 fee on a 2 year fixed mortgage is adding another £41 pm into your repayments! I got a 2.0%apr rate on a 5 year deal with no fee,Granted I had 35%LTV mortgage but still £999 is a ridiculous fee on a 2 year deal.


Taking a 2 year mortgage right now will leave you walking straight into an interest rate minefield in 2 years - 5 years is the sweet spot, build up plenty of equity to offset the further interest rate hikes .... they're only going one way, up!!

Barclays balance transfer card 37 months for 1.85% fee
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
0 % interest for 37 months on balance transfers from the date you open your account. Your 0% offer will start from the date you make your balance transfer. ( 1.4% fee applies ) … Read more

Don't think so....pretty sure it all needs to be in same person's name. Can your husband open an account like this? For anyone that votes cold really doesn't know how these things work and should just avoid rather than voting cold and writing inane speil. I opened an account like this with virgin recently and transferred £6k. I'm paying it off each month so by the time the 0% comes to an end in a couple of years the £6k 'debt' will have been completely paid off. That's great but what's greater is I have an extra £6k in capital I can use today to put towards a deposit on a house. These balance transfer deals are fantastic if you know how to use them, esp when fees are so low (or 0% in my case, though not 0% for as long as period as this card).


Can I transfer the balance from my Hubby's credit card if this one is on my name?


Pointless paying a fee 1.85% to get an extra 8m.. 29 months 0% balance transfer no fee at Halifax or 28m Sainsbury’s Can always get a new card near end I’ve heard nonsense that these offers will stop for the last 20 years but they haven’t.. only the term had changed


i got good credit rating, but as self employed find these hard to get? anyone had success in that situation? thanks


That's too a simplistic statement to be of any use. The credit act provides extremely useful protection if you experience problems with the service or good purchased. If however you are not disciplined when using credit cards they can cause bad debts. I just don't get why some companies give over large credit limits based on someone's income and the other crefit cards they may have (they see this information when they check your credit file).

Macbook Air (2017) £799 - PC World/Curry's (£675 with trade in) (was £595 with trade in + Barclays Cashback)
Found 5th Dec 2017Found 5th Dec 2017
Get the MacBook Air (2017, 128GB, 1.8GHz, 8GB RAM) for approx. £600 only! Here's how: Barclays was offering cashback of 10% at the moment at Curry's/PCW (now 1%) + Curry's/PCW is o… Read more

'cos the CB has dropped to 1%.. however you are right that the Curry's deal is still on..


why has this been expired?


Are you kidding- the deal is easily verifiable without asking for confidential information (receipt). So if I do provide you the details (and you are proved "wrong") will you stop trolling & delete your account on HUKD?


Photos of receipt and laptop or I'm right again. Been loads of these this passed two weeks, and given your new account and complex nature or achieving this deal, I would be suprised if this isn't spam.


not as non existent as the shiny new Mac I am typing this on right now ;)

Barclays 2-year fixed mortgage 2.09%, £399, max LTV 90%
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Barclays has revamped its mortgage range is launching a load of new products available from 24 November. The stand out ones are at 90% LTV – so, if you have a 10% deposit. … Read more
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For 90% LTV it seems good.


Is that good? We are only paying 1.59%. I know rates went up a quarter point, but even so.


You might need to consider a valuation fee as well within comparison as not all companies charge one.

10% Cashback at Argos, Currys PC World with Barclays
Found 14th Nov 2017Found 14th Nov 2017
Just had this email and thought could be useful for some. Enjoy 10% cashback** on Black Friday deals Whether you are treating yourself to some new tech or making a start with you… Read more

How long pass the due date should i start to worry about cashback? Never used any cashback service until november.


Yes, if you abide by the terms.


Does this actually work?


Tried this with House of Fraser on a £35.40 order, paid with £30 in gift vouchers and the rest by credit card. Tracked at 54p so gift voucher payment seems to be excluded.


No reason why not. You can pay however you like so can’t see any reason a gift code wouldn’t work. Just can’t use a discount code.

Barclays Blue Rewards - double reward for Nov
Found 4th Nov 2017Found 4th Nov 2017
Barclays Blue Rewards is a Casback option for their current account customers who pay the £3 monthly fee and pay in £800 per month. In return they pay £7 for 2 direct debits. If… Read more

Unfortunately, the double rewards offers looks to be for new Blue Rewards customers only. Check out the Important Information section. Important information Offer valid for new Blue Rewards members only.


​Sorry, should have said that in my Original post. But, surprise existing customers DO get the double reward as well, as best as I can understand. Shocking, I know 😋 Also, if you pay insurance premiums. But you haven't been on hukd long if you do that (single/annual premium work out cheaper i.e the APR for monthly premium is high Blurb from the offer page Insurance reward – up to £3 a month You’ll get up to £3 a month when you take out or renew buildings or contents cover. Platinum Barclaycard with Barclays Blue Rewards Get £1 cashback every month you spend on your card for up to 24 months from opening your Barclaycard account.


I joined blu rewards 2 weeks ago, just in time to miss that offer :)


Do exisitng blue reward customers get the double reward for the direct debits?

Barclays 10-year fixed mortgage for existing customers from 2.39%
Found 3rd Nov 2017Found 3rd Nov 2017
Barclays have a series of 10-year fixed rate mortgages open to existing Barclays mortgage customers (there are some qualification requirements; please check). No legal or valuation… Read more

But if you're already in a fix they won't allow you to go to this without paying exit fees. You think if they locked you in for ten years it would just change your mortgage without any penalties.


I just tried barclays I done an aip and they are offering me £60,000 less than my current mortgage!!! Say that’s all I can afford even though I’ve been over paying my current lender £200 a month on top of my mortgage. Idiots . 51% LTV as well no risk to them at all. Sticking with my 1.35% instead . Was going to get their 5 year fixed 1.79%.


It needs to go back up in case there's no deal in 2019, in which it'll go back down again


Depending on how much you need to borrow, First Direct has some fee-free ones - by comparison the 60% LTV one from them is 2.49%. Say you want to borrow £120k, the difference in monthly payments is about £6. Over 10 years that works out less than the arrangement fee for Barclays. Also FD's ERC charges are 3% for the first year and 2% after that, and they allow unlimited over-payments if you can afford that. The Barclays rates are on the MSE mortgage comparison tool along with TSB one at the same rates, so it may not be just for existing customers either.


They have been saying that for a while but know it will be to big of a shock in the next few years

£25.25 cashback just for having a Barclaycard No Fee Platinum 25 Month Balance Transfer Card application accepted via TCB
Found 17th Sep 2017Found 17th Sep 2017
Looking for a good balance transfer credit card last night and came across this deal. Not for everyone and I'm sure it won't go too hot, but £25 for 2mins of applying is a good re… Read more

Nope, stock Motorola Z, fully up to date It's 100% not my device lol, check the feedback on the play store


Are you using a rooted android? then it won't work, my app works fine on s7 edge, unrooted .


I wouldn't know; last time I checked, the app can't installed on rooted devices. The FirstDirect app, on the other hand, dies. This info may be relevant to some. Or perhaps not :-) The deal's hot though.


Actually coming up to the end of my 0% period with Barclaycard - Had no issues with either the mobile app or the website to manage my account. If you're worried about getting declined for a credit card - my advice would be to use one the three free credit report sites: Noddle (CallCredit) MSE Credit Club (Experian) Clearscore (Equifax) Not only will you get a free copy of your credit report for all CRAs, they also assess your eligibility for credit cards and may offer some with 100% gurantee that you will be offered it. This is ultimatley how they make their money, yes you don't get cashback, they get the kickbaclk instead but at least you know you've 100% got a card. Alternativley, if you find a lender with high elgibility on their site, just go though Quidco/TCB yourself to get the reward.


where does all that money come from for the banks to give away?!

Tottenham v Burnley Barclays Premier League Tickets from £8 (£20 for adults) @ Wembley Stadium Sunday 27th August
Found 9th Aug 2017Found 9th Aug 2017
Tickets for Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley go on general sale at 9:30am on Thursday 10th August, with prices starting from just £8 for under 18s and over 65s / £20 for adults (plus po… Read more
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Cold as it's a Tottenham game. If it was an arsenal game I'd vote hot


And can't sell it out


To find out who finished first


From what I've seen, I believe they're just restricting sales for the category A / big games to prevent Chelsea fans (etc) from buying tickets in the Spurs end as that's obviously potentially problematic! I don't think it's so much of an issue for games like this.


If a 'poor' team finishes 2nd whats the point of going to watch any team play?!

Uber First Ride Free (£25) with Barclays using code
Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
A no brainer if you have a barclays card Download the Uber app and add Barclaycard as your payment method for all rides, and you'll get your first ride free, up to £25*, when you … Read more
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Yes but not by choice but necessity to keep business strong. All the while Uber is reaping a small cut for themselves. I'm not saying that is a bad thing, but it's vital that the UK cab firms set up their own rival(s) to Uber, otherwise long term Uber will just monopolise and squeeze the cab firms as much as they dare and consumers will notice they're paying more too...always happens when there is zero competition... i.e eBay lol.


Uber needs to increase the fares to at least match other taxi firms because currently they're ridiculously low.


I think the uber model is not just for the taxi trade but will eventually be adopted by the economy as a whole and it will lead to vast job losses in the future through extensive automation. Truck drivers, deliver drivers, admin jobs and anything that is repetitive can easily be automated. I don't think its avoidable as the current trends show the consumers want the cheapest price rather than paying a bit extra to support an actual job/person. Politics obviously can change all this and we all know what happens when people lose well paid jobs in defunct industries (Donald Trump)


In the long term uber wants to utilise driverless cars, whilst I don't think they will replace the whole taxi fleet with driverless cars , it will lead to lower fares for the customer as the biggest cost is the driver. With more people opting to use the driverless cars, the drivers will make less money and eventually a lot of people will have to leave the trade but this could be 15/20 years down the line. I'm glad to say that I will be quitting the taxi trade in August as I have secured a job elsewhere


When Uber was launched in Leeds the rate for fares were decent but now they're quite low and uber does charge 25% yes 25% commission on all fares so on a £3 fare the driver only takes homes £2.25 and imagine having to wait 10mins in city traffic to earn that amount.

Barclays offer cashback on selected retailers
Found 24th Mar 2017Found 24th Mar 2017
So I logged into my Barclays online banking tgis morning and next to my Boots shopping I discovered the cashback option. You need to accept the terms and conditions to receive your… Read more

Think I'm one of the lucky few with a barclaycard cashback card 1% Amex and 0.5% visa On all spend :p


​yes that's correct :)


voted hot used a few times


​Incorrect again :|


It is NOT the blue rewards. It is called Smart Spend Shopping.

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