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Barclays Mortgage 2yr 1.24% + £999 / 5y 1.58% + £999 60% LTV / 5y 1.63% + £999 75% LTV
Posted 17th SepPosted 17th Sep
Barclays have dropped their rates today making them one of the lowest available at the moment. 5y 1.63% + £999 75% LTV… Read more

youre going to have to do your own maths on this as its relative to how much your interest rate is, how much you borrow etc. You want to look at the fixed rates because once those rates expire and you move onto the variable the repayments on your mortgage go up but the extra isnt paying off the compound amount its just going to interest. for example 2 year fixes have the lowest interest rates however if you're being lumped with £999 in fees every 2 years and you're on a small amount borrowed lets say less than £200k it doesnt make sense and you'd go for the higher % without fees. if your unsure talk to a mortgage adviser.


I was on a 25 year mortgage, remortgaging now after 5 years. Does it work out any cheaper to mortgage for another 25 and overpay each month (repaying 5 years early) or mortgage for 20 years and not overpay for the same amount coming out of my account? About £1k


Thanks Myriad I was accepted for 1.64 with Barclays but now changing to 1.58, worth the fee (y)


Can you change from mortgage lender to go with this deal?


Can someone explains what the +£999 is and 75% LTV?

Barclays Mortgage 2 years fixed rate mortgage 60% LTV 1.28% + £999 fee & 5 years fixed 1.64%
Posted 30th AugPosted 30th Aug
2 years fixed rate mortgage 60% LTV 1.28% + £999 fee & 5 years fixed 1.64% Very good rates (y)… Read more

Barclays are lowering their rates tomorrow again, at least for 5y


Agree, with the lower rates even with fees the saving are there when you crunch the numbers. Taking your £275k 21 full term and this 60% LTV 2y deal at 1.28% and the 5year deal at 1.64% at year 2 option amount rate payment owing 1 £275,000.00 1.28% £1,290.69 £250,768 2 £275,000.00 1.64% £1,290.69 £252,698 Already £2k ahead The second 2 years look like this adding the £999 fee to the 2y option. 1 £251,767 1.28% £1,290.69 £226,932 2 £252,698 1.64% £1,290.69 £229,647 At year 4 even with the fee added still £2,700 ahead. if rates go up at the second 2y fix can go up to 1.836% before being worse off at year 4. That's 0.556% or 2x0.25% rises built in safety going with the shorter fix For those that think 2 rate rises or more are going to happen in the next 2 years the 5 year may be for them and the cost of getting it wrong is a couple of payment on this big mortgage(smaller mortgages will be more) another fee and another year will change the numbers for Y5 but easy to calculate.


Lets look at the break even mortgage sizes for the 2y Barclays 60% LTV deals. from the pdf (customer would need to check if all these are avaiable to them as on the website product switch 2y no fee is 1.95%) 1.28% + £999 fee 1.55% + £299 fee 1.79% + £0 fee The 3 interest only checks(that is the most you can save with a lower rate) £700/(0.0027*2)=£129,630 £999/(0.0051*2)=£97,941 £299/(0.0024*2)=£62,292 The rough indicators are below £62k no fee over £98k the £999 deal is better than the £0 deal but not as good as the £299. between around £62k an £130k the £299 fee deal is best over £130k £999 fee The shorter the term(bigger payment) the break even mortgage sizes goes up. It can be quite a bit more than the interest only break even so needs to be calculated. (most know their mortgage size and term/payment so can just do it for that) Lets do 20 year term and see what the actual break even mortgages are. Add the fees and make the payments the same. option amount rate payment owing after 2y 1 £66,949 1.28% £327.11 £60,736 2 £66,249 1.55% £327.11 £60,365 3 £65,950 1.79% £327.11 £60,365 over £65,950 the £299 fee is best(below that no fee). option amount rate payment owing after 2y 1 £137,869 1.28% £678.87 £124,948 2 £137,169 1.55% £678.87 £124,948 3 £136,870 1.79% £678.87 £125,279 over £136,870 that's when the £999 fee kicks in Change the amount borrowed or your planned payment and the numbers change a bit. to see the difference paying the fee up front makes is the same as borrowing lees in the first place.


Of course it depends on the size of the mortgage which you choose(fee/no fee) but it is just over the fixed term not full term that you do the comparison. There is no paying interest on the fee over full term.


I’m not sure where your level of understanding comes from especially with this ‘financial incompetence’ malarkey. But just to humour you, I used your figures and compared a Barclays 2 yr fixed with / without £999 fee (added on) on a £100k balance and the balance at the end of the fixed term is higher on the lower rate with fee.

Barclays Mortgage - 5Yr Fixed 1.74% - 75% LTV - Fee £999
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Barclays revised their Re-Mortgage rates again on all its products making 5 Yr. Fixed the lowest in the market at 1.74%. With Brexit fast approaching there could be further fall in… Read more
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Shameless plug for deal I've posted, Santander's 1.65% beats this:


Hoping for a 120k house, with 25% deposit for £360 per month! Hopefully the rates go 1.5 or less after brexit!


Is it likely to drop any more?


New rates now live, best deal if you have help to buy and not paying it off otherwise Santander might be cheaper 75% 1.68 60% 1.64


Just heard from someone, Barclays are dropping their rates again tomorrow!

Free Ice Cream Cone from Hotel Chocolat every 7 days via Barclays Rewards App (For Premier Customers Only)
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Free Ice Cream Cone from Hotel Chocolat every 7 days via Barclays Rewards App This offer is valid from Monday 29 July 2019until Sunday 11 August 2019. This offer is valid for on… Read more

‘Least free’ hahaha


BBC News - Hotel Chocolat in plea to find missing 'Chocmobile'


For those who don't bank with Barclays, trust me when I say that you are NOT missing out. Hotel Chocolat call this the "Ice cream of the Gods" - well if that's the case, they didn't have much taste. This ice cream is without a shadow of doubt the worse ice cream you will ever eat. Don't believe me? -They were giving it away to bystanders last year for free, because nobody came back after getting them for free via the o2 app. ENJOY ;)


Sure they fund arms dealers and blood diamonds, but they do give you ice cream to make it better.


Is there a vegan option?

Barclays double rewards if you switch (even for current bank customers)
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Posted 20th JulPosted 20th Jul
Basicly I have barclays current account and get 7 pounds a month for paying in at least 800 pounds a montn and having 2 direct debits. Now...I also have Natwest bank account...I h… Read more
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Hi just an updated. As of this month I get 14 pounds a month and my partner too. So 28 pounds just for having 2 bank accounts after banks switch;) It works out 7 pounds on one day and a week later bank pays another 7 pounds(4pounds account fee though).


Basicly i have barclays bank accout(BBA what ever that means.i think it means i have overdraft on it). I have also unused Natwest bank account(i opened it to get 125£ free cash and since i got the cash i have not used it). So barclays does this deal for current account holders as well DOUBLE REWARDS for bank switch. So i am in process of being switched from Natwest to That BBA barclays bank account. So when the switch is over and done, natwest bank account will be closed and I will start getting 14£ a month for 12 month(14 - 4fee. = 10of free money every month for 12 months=120).a no brainer (cheeky) (y) So I will still have ONE bank account and not two.


are you telling me you can have two accounts which both get the reward and you only pay one fee? 7+7-fee (I currently pay £3) at the moment I get £4 a month, I'm sure its one of the worst reward accounts but I've had the account for so many years I can't be bothered to switch, if I can double the reward by opening a second account I might do that


Yeah...yet people vot it cold. Free money is not something they like to get...yet some play lottery hoping they will get millions...poor souls.


Great if you have a mortgage or insurance with Barclays as they're added, I opened an account just to pay my mortage and a couple of DDs which have netted me £21 a month over the past year nearly((£5+£3.50+£3.50) doubled -£3 fee).

Barclays switch incentive - Earn up to £168 or £252 for switching
29/11/2019Expires on 29/11/2019Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Switch your bank account to usEarn up to £168 or £252 for switching ============= If you switch to us, and make sure you’ve turned on Barclays Blue Rewards by 30 November 2019, you… Read more

Thinking of switching away after over 20 years. They are pocketing too much of my money in unnecessary extras.


800 can be just transfered from non barclys account If a man is on 300 pound benegits all it taked is just transfer money out to halifax lets say. And then move back .transfer out and back again. Simples (embarrassed)


That bloke is clearly on wrong webside...complains department is 300 miles away from here (lol)


A complete no-brainer for any existing Barclays current account holder with Blue Rewards already. £800 a month is doable for most. I'd agree that for switchers there are lower hanging fruit to perhaps pick off first, but I'm still surprised this is in cold territory tbh. I'll be sorting this out as soon as I can be bothered to download the app!


Indeed. Less than five minutes in the Barclays app to switch an unused account for an extra £84. Not exactly the worst use of my time, that. It's a benefit that is open to new and existing customers as well as one that continually rewards loyalty for people that actually stick with the bank, yet somehow attracts posts like the one I responded to earlier.

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Barclays Remortgage - 1.83% 5 Year Fixed - 75% LTV
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Barclays revised their Re-Mortgage rates on all its products making 5 Yr. Fixed the lowest in the market at 1.83%. Other products including 2Y Fixed might be cheaper in the market … Read more
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Stay away from any of the 'free legals' if the legal company is optima legal!!!!.... google them, absolutely shocking!


1.79%, 5 year, remortgage only, 75% LTV at Santander


That sounds quite good


Sounds like the perfect time to go for a no fee, when you need the cash in hand... Crazy that they tried to force you down one route when you explicitly told them your reasoning. Personally I would have followed the advice given, getting it in writing that adding fees to mortgage wouldn't cost any more over the lifetime of the loan, then make a complaint. My first remortgage with Barclays netted me over £800 in compensation, and I reckon it took me 3hrs to gather evidence and write a letter. Always worth remembering these people are regulated heavily and are giving you advice that must be best for you.


Because he took a day off work to go into a branch where a jumped up little so and so thought he could dictate terms and my son would just do as he`s told. After saying that he didn`t want the deal with fee`s as he would rather keep the money in his pocket to use for other moving costs, the "advisor" just added it to the mortgage and when asked how much would that now cost over the lifetime of the mortgage got TOLD it would still be £999!!!!! At this point knowing he had been rumbled and claiming he didn`t get commision on sales, he refused to progress the application. Luckily I was outside waiting for him so I went to speak to the manager!

Barclays 2 year fixed rate mortgage 1.44%  60% LTV £999 fee
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Barclays 2 year fixed rate mortgage 1.44% 60% LTV £999 fee
1.44% fixed until 31 July 2021 £999 fee 60% loan to value

That’s a difficult question to answer as every client has different circumstances and needs, there isn’t a one size fits all. You have to consider what you want, peace of mind and payment security or something that might give you a bit more flexibility but comes with the risk of a fluctuating payment. I’d also consider the difference between the fixed and tracker rate if it’s not massive that might help you decide amongst other factors Sorry I can’t be more specific without going into greater detail specific to your needs


This is not strictly true there was no difference in proc fees on a 2 yr tracker to a fixed, some fees back then differed depending on lender. Only slight variance is that some lenders have offered slight enhancements on 5yr deals but all that has now ceased. You can get fixed rates with no penalties and vice a versa you can have trackers with penalties so you have to be careful. There are quite a few sweeping statements above.


have been lucky with Barclay mortgage deals over the years - currently on a tracker base rate +0.49% which didn't have any fees when i switched to it a few years ago. Will pay it all off if base rate goes up again.


I worked with an ex-broker who advised me that brokers make money from getting people to take out fixed rates rather than trackers. At the time (2011) I was on a fixed and he said it was a no-brainer to get a fee free lifetime tracker as base rate was low. I think that knowing that there is a penalty for overpaying on a fixed rate deters people from paying but with no penalty on the tracker I made over payments galore - have now paid off mortgage and take his advice as gold as it worked for me Only difference now is that base rate a bit higher and not sure if they do lifetime trackers anywhere, but even in this economy where it seems likely that the base rate will be going up, I would still be inclined to search for a tracker with option of no penalty for unlimited overpayments.


As a broker, would you be inclined to be suggesting to your clients to fix for 2,3,5 years as opposed to move to a tracker deal? I ask as I am up for renewal. The tracker saves me around £60 a month (against a 2 year fixed). I know this is a how long is a piece of string type question, but interested in your opinion..

Barclays Mortgage - 5 year fix @ 1.90%  with 75% LTV + £999 product fees
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Barclays Mortgage - 5 year fix @ 1.90% with 75% LTV + £999 product fees
I am not a mortgage advisor and you should consult an independent broker for your needs. Noticed above deal while switching my current 2 yr deal, seems good deal. considering pre… Read more
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Been lurking for many years so made an account! Was born and raised on aol 3.0 free trails lol


Makes sense that as a big corporate wheel they would be good at flipping nice easy jobs for cash, not so good when something a bit out of the ordinary comes up. In terms of your final question I would suggest you remember on which side your bread is buttered ;) You'll never hear the end of it if you fix for 2 and interest rates go up 0.75% in that time. That is just about the only "given" in this situation, might as well let that lead you since any speculation on rates is exactly that- speculation.


One of the best trolling comments on here recently. Good work. The standard of trolling has been woeful on HUKD. Fielding the tried and tested London vs. Rest Of The World line was perfect strategy. It's an oldun but a goodun.


I avoided Barclays like the plague for this very reason. Life's far too short to be wasted with those jokers. Nearly had our purchase fall through due to their farcical back office. Eventually were forced to ditch them and go with HSBC who managed to get the mortgage sorted in the time it takes Barclays to pick up the phone!


all true but the other side of the coin is you have to weigh up being paid a fraction of what you would if you worked in a big city or a hugely long commute. then theres that fact that you know if you're out in the sticks life is pretty much as good as its ever going to get, its not like you can downsize to somewhere quiet as thats where you already are. Us grumpy overworked city folk have that all to look forward to, not to mention the extortionate amounts we'll hopefully be able to sell our homes for in 10 -15 years ... horses for courses and all that :)

Barclays 0% financing back on Apple products (Apple Store)
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0% over 3-12 months. Offer closes 27th June 2019. £399 minimum order. Get an instant decision and have your order shipped directly to you.* Representative Example £999 Loan Amoun… Read more

Sorry. The transaction i had was instore.


Do you have to ring to do this because when you go through and fill the form out it doesn’t allow you to make any changes?




Can you put a bigger deposit down to reduce the monthly payment amount?


This makes me sad.

Barclays Blue Rewards - Current Account £7 Cashback for 2 Direct Debits (with £3 Fee)
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Barclays Blue Rewards - Current Account £7 Cashback for 2 Direct Debits (with £3 Fee)
If you have a Barclays current account and pay in £800 a month then you might want to consider joining 'Blue Rewards'. It gives you a £3.50 reward per direct debit (up to £7). Th… Read more

The 0% rate might just be a feature of their current accounts then as the Blue Rewards is basically just an add-on for regular current accounts rather than an account in itself. In any case, you could always move the money out automatically the day after payday so it goes to an interest-earning account instead. That said, I didn't realise they had occasional 2x promotions. That would be a much better time to join then. Please do post about it the next time it comes up if it's not already posted. I'll expire this deal for now in light of this. Thanks.


I had this account and there is 0% interest IIRC. Also they keep running promotions from time to time where you get 2x blue rewards for 24 months, best to keep an eye out I moved out to HSBC because they were offering 200, will switch back once they have some promotion


So by your logic they lend your £800 at 2%, that’s £16 per year, £1.33 per month. They then give you £4, so lose £2.67 per month per account. On top of this they have the cost running your account and the borrowers loan, then also the branches, call centre, online, sending statements, debit card, processing all your payments, insure against fraud etc. Etc. Etc. Hate to break it to you but that isn’t how banks make money.


You still earn interest on the £800 - it's a regular current account. Don't you bank with anyone?? You could even have the £800 moved out and into a savings account the day afterwards by direct debit if you want, it doesn't have to stay there...


pay in 800 a month so barclays can lend that out for 1-3% IR and then reward you with £4 profit how generous of them

Barclays mortgage - 1.63% fixed for 2 years -  £299 fee 60% LTV
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Barclays mortgage - 1.63% fixed for 2 years - £299 fee 60% LTV
This is the best 2 yr fixed I've been able to find for my own situation.

Are you looking to fix for 5 years? That’s the general consensus at the moment.


Can anybody give me some advice on it? I went to Mortgage broker and asked them this deal. However, they suggested me to go with Nationwide with 1.99%, cashback £500 and I need to pay solicitor around £520 thus almost no fee. I do not have big mortgage, I borrow 69k and 15 years. Do you have any better deal to suggest? Thanks


Thanks @Jules_HT that’s what I thought I would prefer for L&C to act on my behalf but I was just confirming that I’m not at any disadvantage. Thanks again for confirming my initial thoughts.


I've used them as they did all the searching for me and therefore I'd already done most of the form filling. Since then they have presented to the lender, come back to me asking for certain documents and checked they meet requirements before forwarding them. I don't think I would have gained anything going on my own. Someone else did post a link on one of these deals to some cashback broker sites (so they give some of their fee back to you). For the money involved (£200 for me) vs the hassle of repeating the process and using someone I had never heard of, I didn't bother. But if I was going to pull out of L&C it would be to do this (not to just have to do all the leg work myself as you are proposing).


Hi All just another quick question. I’ve had L&C on the phone who were checking rates for me. They have come back with nothing much better then my current provider Barclays, 1.83% with a fee of 999. The question is what’s the advantage or disadvantage for letting them act on my behalf. I know they receive a fee and I have a good relationship with the advisor who I have used previously for a few buy to let’s. Is there any benefit for me to do the change myself? Do I lose out on anything or is it just simply a fee that L&C receive. Thanks again for all the help.

Barclays 5 year fix mortgage at 1.94%  75% LTV
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Barclays 5 year fix mortgage at 1.94% 75% LTV
Hey all, So firstly i'm not a mortgage adviser so please do appropriate due diligence around your own individual financial situation before applying for products etc etc. With… Read more

Thanks OP, had mortgage app today - 5 year fix at 2.41% ltv - 90% By far the cheapest. Thanks again mate.


You top, top, top person! I was just about to pull the trigger on a First Direct 60% LTV 5 year at 1.99%. Am currently on the phone speaking with the Barclays boys and girls sorting this out instead hopefully! This is what HUKD is all about. Very, very appreciated !


Don't fix you say...... ....rates going down..... .......It's good to know they'll continue to fall....... ..........have you the lottery numbers..... you know if we will have a hard or soft brexit..... ............Please Nostradamus 2.0...... tell..........


Rates are going down. Don't fix



Barclays travel credit card no fees abroad including cash withdrawals. Plus .25% cashback plus £15 off if you spend £1500 in three months
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Barclays travel credit card no fees abroad including cash withdrawals. Plus .25% cashback plus £15 off if you spend £1500 in three months
This has got to be better then Clarity Card as the cashback will make up for the visa rate. Also you get until the statement date to pay off foreign cash withdrawals. If you wit… Read more

How do you know that cash withdrawn overseas does not incur interest straight away?


This time you got it correct. I got upset with the mat. As you said in long term Tandem would be better.


Barclays you need to spend £1500 to get £18.75 back as you get the special offer. With tandem you would have to spend £3750 to get the same. I wish people would not rush and engage brain first. i agree once the purchase is made then tandem is better. So i’m not sure why you are getting so upset


Do your maths first. Don't rush. You need to spend £3000 to get £15 back. Also with this card you need to spend £1500 in 3 months. There is no restriction for Tandem.


Really will be giving them a bloody call

Cheque deposit via app @ HSBC, Halifax, Barclays and many others
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I wasn't aware of this and so I thought it may be useful to others too. Many major banks are allowing to deposit a cheque via their app, for example: Halifax: https://www.halifax… Read more

Anyone else still not got this on their barclays app? Im on android if it makes a difference


Any news on more banks any one


Not natwest app ... last week I went into the bank to pay some cheques in, and no longer have manned desks, just have a row of machines to scan in cheques, get money out etc. Worse is that there was a huge queue because of 6 machines, only one was working ! (mad) Time to move banks...


Anybody else launched this yet ie rbs ?


Ya I tried it and it clears cheque with app in 1 working day! which is faster than if one goes to the bank and deposit the cheque physically.

Apple spread the cost with Barclays 0% finance
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Apple spread the cost with Barclays 0% finance
0% over 3-12 months. Offer closes 17th January 2019. £399 minimum order. Get an instant decision and have your order shipped directly to you.* Representative Example £999 Loan … Read more
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You need to have 3 years of UK addresses to be able to get this offer. (Essentially credit check)


Not bad service at all


Free with it out of warranty yes, they said they could just do it under consumer law for free, so I let them crack on :)


Free with it out of warranty or free as in it had apple care?


This is not really a deal. 0% offers have been available for yonks now. Cold.

Barclays travel credit card no fees abroad and you get till the statement date to pay it off including cash withdrawals. Plus .25% cashback
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Barclays travel credit card no fees abroad and you get till the statement date to pay it off including cash withdrawals. Plus .25% cashback
This has got to be better then Clarity Card as the cashback will make up for the visa rate. Also you get until the statement date to pay off foreign cash withdrawals. If you withd… Read more

There's a sign up bonus offer on this card now too from Barclaycard. £15 if you spend £1.5k in the first 3 months and 1 week of account opening. They apply it sometime in June. Details on their site.


Barclay card wins for cash withdrawals which is quite important when travelling.


You used to be able to. I have two. I got rejected for version 2 of this card (without the cashback), as it would mean I had three. Just got one in the other half's name and got a spouse card (y) Now they've changed the t&c's so you can only have one Barclaycard at a time.


Not sure about Visa, but noted that Mastercard rate is around 0.45% worse than the interbank mid-rate. I was about to make a payment in USD for a large amount using my Clarity card and noticed using indicative Mastercard rate it turns out to be almost same as Transferwise payment. Finally pulled paying by credit card as the merchant wanted me to split the charges they would bear. This makes me wonder how much worse off we would be if we simply use a normal credit card which has a 2.99% load on the Mastercard rate.


Isn't the visa exchange rate usually worse than 0.25% than the MasterCard rate meaning you will still be worse off even with cashback reward? Go for aqua or tandem instead, 0.5% cashback AND MasterCard exchange rate.

Barclays Card Block Service - Mobile banking customers can switch off problem spendings
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Barclays Card Block Service - Mobile banking customers can switch off problem spendings
The new feature launched from today by Barclays could help those dealing with gambling problems, for example, to cut off their spending in betting shops and on gambling websites. … Read more

Well, I switched the wife's card off for payments in pubs when she went out with her mates, and it saved me a fortune! Just pretended to be asleep when she came storming back, then denied all knowledge (y)


This seems pointless - because you could just go back in and switch it on again! I It's nothing but a gimmick.


great facility. my brother has a barclays card and i have switched the payments off for him as he is vulnerable.


Should have done this from day 1. Give me strength. Barclays does care about it's customers. NO! (lol)


Blocking a fatty from spending on fast food isn't going to stop them drawing a tenner out for a couple of big tasteys.

Apple - Barclays 0% Finance Option
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Apples currently have the 0% Barclays finance option, helps spread the cost over the year on some of them high end items. 0% over 12 months. Offer closes 17th January 2019. £39… Read more
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Well I’ve personally been waiting for this - I can afford to pay for the phone outright as I have saved for it. But if there is an option to spread the payments and keep the money in my own savings for as long as possible then that seems like a good deal for me. That said, I used this to buy an iPhone 6 and it was great however it allowed you to choose a term of 12 or 18 months - this has a maximum of 12. Does anyone know if they still do a longer term if you go in store rather than online, as they have the 0% offer on permenantly/more frequently than online. If not 12 it is!


How is getting people into debt a deal?


Recently, I was looking at the website of my local Apple premium reseller and noticed that it does 24 months interest-free credit. Since then I’ve checked another reseller and it also does 24 months interest-free. That said, this is a good spot and I’ve used the same deal before.


12 months .......surely very deals were better when they take off £100/£150 and offer you 12 months buy now pay later options.


Okay, thanks, I stand corrected.

Free Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus From Barclays Bank
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I used to use kaspersky free from Barclays but they stopped dealing with them. Did a quick search and it came up with this. I am a Barclays customer but it didn't ask me anything w… Read more



Thanks, heat added.


Or more if its the 3 user version


Thanks OP


Kaspersky to Webroot (lol) No thank you Barclays these products aren't even in the same league. Massive downgrade for your customers. "No time-consuming updates or slow scans" Meaning their not very pro-active in updating or trying to counter threats past, present or future.

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