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MBNA 26 months 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card (1% fee) 21.9% APR
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Balance transfers 0% for 26 months pay no interest for 26 months from account opening on the balance transfers you make in the first 60 days. each balance transfer is subject … Read more
ikinaya

I got this, smooth application. Can't wait to pay my debt lol

DJBenson

Just happens to be in my pre-approved list in ClearScore so no-brainer for me, my BT deal ends in August so good to get ahead. Very quick approval, £9,900 credit limit.

ikinaya

They are offering cash transfers too, but for a larger fee and 12 months to pay back.

hootz

Well IME certainly not the case

daydreamer01

2.5% minimum payment! That is really high. Not a good deal for me.

0% Balance Transfer Credit Card for 25 months, 1% fee @ MBNA
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Posted 5th FebPosted 5th Feb
0% Balance Transfer Credit Card for 25 months, 1% fee @ MBNA
Balance transfers 0% for 25 months Pay no interest for 25 months from account opening on the balance transfers you make in the first 60 days. Each balance transfer is subject… Read more
Gary_Dexter

What provider are you balance transferring from?

jddavis

i just got an email after signing up a few days ago that my Balance transfer for 4125 was unsuccessful. why would that be?? my credit card application seems to be otherwise accepted. should i try the balance transfer again maybe??

Gary_Dexter

No that’s a legal representative example

Gazmando

Hello, If you have an MBNA card with money already on it can you switch and then it will be 0% on the balance? Thanks in advance

jddavis

is credit limit only £1200??

MBNA Balance Transfers - 0% for 18 months with a 3.5% fee or 3.9% for 36 months with a 0% fee.
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Posted 1st Oct 2020Posted 1st Oct 2020
MBNA Balance Transfers - 0% for 18 months with a 3.5% fee or 3.9% for 36 months with a 0% fee.
Latest offers from MBNA on balance transfers. 0% for 18 months with a 3.5% fee or 3.9% for 36 months with a 0% fee. A decent option if you are currently on a high interest rate and… Read more
DealJourno

If I ever got to that stage I would be selling all the rubbish I'd bought on the card to pay it off.

sturfc63

Probably because there is no money to be made from you. Balance transfers are given out in the belief that you will not clear it in the specified time and then the interest rockets.

jchung07

Call Barclaycard they may have some ‘retention offers’

sturfc63

In the last few years I've been declined on numerous occasions especially after having transferred a balance which makes me think that it is recorded that it is already a transferred balance.

Grumpy_womble

I currently have a Barclaycard with £40 on but have had no offers for balance transfer for near a year now but wasn’t accepted for MBNA when tried

MBNA - Balance Transfer 0% 24m 1.5% fee
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Posted 10th Sep 2020Posted 10th Sep 2020
MBNA - Balance Transfer 0% 24m 1.5% fee
Seems to be a good offer for those that are looking to transfer a balance. Decent period for a relatively small fee.
shivclicks01

great! thanks! done it now! saved 60gbp on 1.5% plus monthly savings from barclays which was ending tomorrow.

ap123ap

Added to the balance.

d3n2

Is the transfer fee added to the outstanding balance or is it an upfront payment?

ap123ap

Looks like you have your answer from the two posts above this one. It’s worth noting that in many cases, these offers are only available to new customers so worth checking if those options are available to you.

SpyJoe

If you have multiple credit cards you can transfer the balance that you owe the other bank to your MBNA account. You will pay a small transfer fee but you won't pay any interest for the time specified (only the monthly minimum payment). This gives you a chance to slowly get rid of the debt without paying any interest to the bank.

MBNA Balance Transfer credit Card 0% for 26 months then 20.93% - 1% fee
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Posted 1st Jun 2020Posted 1st Jun 2020
MBNA Balance Transfer credit Card 0% for 26 months then 20.93% - 1% fee
I am looking for a decent balance transfer credit card. All the best deals zero fee deals for non-customers seem to have expired. I used a comparison site that showed MBNA offered … Read more
madoka_ayukawa

Of all the years that I've applied for a credit card, I've never seen this (mainly to apply for balance transfers). For example, I was on the barclaycard website to apply for a card, but when I got the card, my starting credit limit was £750, so it was pointless because I was hoping to transfer a balance of £8k. So I didn't use the card and just phoned to close the account.

FrugalFergal

It definitely does tell you your estimated credit limit. See below.

jchung07

You would need a 0% spend card not a balance transfer card for this...

madoka_ayukawa

But when you do the soft search, it will tell you the chances of acceptance, not your credit limit

FrugalFergal

I got offered an interim £7200 limit with a near 100% chance of success which was far beyond my expectations. Do the soft credit check on their site and see how you fare. It has NO impact on your actual credit rating.

MBNA up to 24 months 0% Money Transfer card, fee from 2.99% (22.93% interest after)
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Posted 30th Apr 2020Posted 30th Apr 2020
MBNA up to 24 months 0% Money Transfer card, fee from 2.99% (22.93% interest after)
If the FCAs 3 month repayment holiday doesn’t stretch far enough for your finances and the furlough scheme doesn’t cover you this card may help to see you through. Remember to keep… Read more
tygar2

Pondering the above. Probably stupid questions but here goes... Will taking either option have the same impact on your credit report? (Loan vs credit card) Will other lenders see that I have taken cash out of a credit card? If I take the money transfer can that be later transferred to another lender as a normal balance transfer? Thanks

Msafiri

Let's assume you get 3.4% transfer rate for 2 years and compare it with 3.4% APR loan with no early repayment charges. In the above scenario, if you plan to pay off the balance in less than a year, take the loan. As you will pay less than 3.4% interest depending on how many months the loan lasts. If its between a year and 2 years, take the money transfer. Your maximum cost is 3.4% over the period. At 24 months, it will be 1.7% on an average. If it's more than 2 years, take the loan. You dont want to be paying the higher APR once 0% over. Although for the last scenario, depending on how many months over the 24 month period you are planning to carry the balance and more importantly, how much of the balance remains, it may still be cheaper to take the money transfer. Please do your own calculations as there are too many variables to consider and above is a hypothetical answer only.

umirza85

Thanks, was just wondering if after the cards with a balance are paid off from the bank account that you're pretty much in the same situation? Seems like its so.

BigAde

Thanks, hadn't realised that the interest hike had been postponed. Still it's not exactly brilliant as it is, so I need to get on and deal with it. Will give it some further thought, but am inclined to go the loan route.

Idris_ax

No. A balance transfer will just transfer balances from other credit cards to the balance transfer card effectively paying the other cards off. This card allows you to transfer a cash amount from the credit card to a current account. You can then use that cash as you wish, which may well be to pay off other cards, etc.

MBNA Platinum 36 months 0% balance transfers credit card
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Posted 5th Sep 2018Posted 5th Sep 2018
MBNA Platinum 36 months 0% balance transfers credit card
Hey guys. I spotted this great balance transfer deal: The MBNA Platinum 36 month balance transfer Visa credit card offers: 0% on balance transfers for 36 months Balance transf… Read more
Mister_Cool

Just looking on MBNA, I went for the 31 month with 1.1% fee I looked at the Santander and Sainsburys 0% fee but according to MSE i was only 40% likely to get those cards, but 100% likely to get the MBNA one.

angelking

Santander 0% balance transfer with 0% fees. Isn't that a better deal??

MBNA credit card: 0% on purchases, balance transfers and money transfers for 30 months
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Posted 8th Jun 2018Posted 8th Jun 2018
MBNA credit card: 0% on purchases, balance transfers and money transfers for 30 months
Hi everyone According to Moneyfacts, MBNA has launched a brand-new All Round 30/30 Credit Card. This deal offers: 0% interest on purchases for up to 30 months. 0% interest… Read more
Nighthawk

Is this deal this around. Can only find the 28/28 card.

matwalaboy

Posting a similar question I posed on the Tesco 0% card here too : I am looking for a 0% APR card to spread out the cost of a kitchen refurbishment - can someone please suggest if this is the best card to purchase on and then pay over a few months with no interests to boot or are there better options? Please spare me the don't fall into the credit debt trap comments as I know what I am doing - have plenty of cash parked in other investments which I don't want to break if I can rather have a 0% option, but still appreciate your concerns. Thanks for any help.

Stevie_Bridges

Yes

Red_xi

Hi people. Could you help me out please. I want to consolidate some cash owed to very and PayPal credit to keep the interest down and spread the cost over a couple of years. Would I need a money transfer card to do this, or would I effectively be able to use a standard credit card with a 0% interest period on purchases and class the payment as purchases? No idea to apply for a card with better money transfer deal, or one with better purchase deal. Cheers peeps.

GwanGy

Not bad ... 4% is a bit on the steep side .. but otherwise looks good . I notice they offer cards on either of the two main networks Visa/Mcard so it could be a good backup for any other card on the opposing network , just in case (TSB , Visa, Hackers) :/ No annual charges ?

MBNA Platinum Credit Card 0% on balance transfers for 32 months, 1.15% BT fee
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Posted 28th Mar 2018Posted 28th Mar 2018
MBNA Platinum Credit Card 0% on balance transfers for 32 months, 1.15% BT fee
If you’re looking for a decent length BT deal with a low fee, this card from MBNA is worth checking out. The MBNA Platinum offers: 0% on balance transfers for up to 32 months… Read more
lanky78

Very handy thanks. Barclays wouldn't offer me ANY balance transfer at all (0% or otherwise) so its bye bye Barclaycard lol. Also one for 36 months, although I should have eveything cleared by 32 months!

cliosport65

Any credit to MSE :/ :/

MBNA Platinum credit card 36 months 0% on balance transfers
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Posted 12th Mar 2018Posted 12th Mar 2018
MBNA Platinum credit card 36 months 0% on balance transfers
If you’ve got credit card debts and need three years to pay them off, this deal from MBNA is worth checking out. The MBNA Platinum offers: 0% on balance transfers for up to 36 m… Read more
lauraxxxxx

Wondering why this has been voted cold?

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