You'll need to see what it says on the credit card agreement to be sure what the introductory offer actually is. I recently applied for a MBNA card which offered 0% for purchases but this offer was only valid for purchases made up to a certain date. After that date, normal interest applied.
Hi all a wee question about the MBNA 28 month 0 percent on purchases and balance transfers? Am I right in saying I will get 0 percent on any purchases I make on the credit card for the next 28 months or does it have a time limit for Eg I need to make a purchase by a certain date?
This is such a pointless, holier-than-thou statement...
While you might not like the commonly used phrase of cash back as a cover all. That doesn’t make it wrong, except in true definition of the words. Yes, cash back should be actual cash back to you. I assume you always refer to pounds and pence as such. Never using slang or other colloquialisms.