Welcome to Balance Transfer Expert. We are an independent, free to use website and provide a comparison service for every 0% balance transfer credit card that is currently available online in the UK.
Balance Transfers Explained:- Balance transfers can be defined as the process of moving an existing credit card balance from your current credit card to a new credit card, where typically the new credit card charges 0% interest on the balance for a limited time introductory period.
After this 0% introductory period has ended the credit card company will then charge any outstanding balance remaining on the card at a higher standard rate of interest. This standard rate will often be a representative 18.9% APR variable.
When a credit card customer transfers the credit card balance in this way by making a balance transfer, they are usually aiming to save money by paying no interest during the 0% introductory period.
Today Balance Transfer Expert has:-
115 UK 0% balance transfer credit cards offering:-
- 0% balance transfers for up to 41 months with a 2.29% fee
- 0% balance transfers for up to 32 months with a 0.8% fee
- 0% balance transfers for up to 26 months with no fee
Balance Transfer Articles
Which UK credit cards are large balance transfer credit cards?
How can you increase your chances of successfully applying for large balance transfer credit cards in 2017?
Getting approved for large balance transfer credit cards for UK customers was often much easier in the days before the banking crisis started. Many more people were approved for a credit card and the credit limits that were given to new customers were often much higher, which allowed customers to make a large balance transfer.
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What kind of balance transfer deals for existing customers are available in the UK in 2017?
Currently there are two different types of 0% balance transfer deals for existing customers.
The first type of balance transfer deals for existing customers are offered by all of the main banks and former building societies, which issue UK 0% balance transfer credit cards.
In this case, the 0% balance transfer deal is available, both to new and to existing customers …. Read More »
Balance Transfer News
Lloyds balance transfer deals on the Lloyds balance transfer card range have changed once again, with the new balance transfer deals taking effect from 25th April 2017.
Lloyds balance transfer deals are available on a wide range of Lloyds balance transfer cards, with 0% balance transfers now available for 40 months, 32 months, 29 months and also on the 24 months with a low balance transfer fee card.
The leading Lloyds balance transfer deals are available …. Read More »
The Halifax have changed the Halifax balance transfer offers available on their range of 0% balance transfer credit cards with the new 0% offers available from 4th April 2017.
The Halifax balance transfer offers are now available as a choice of five different credit cards, with 0% introductory balance transfer deals ranging from 6 months up to 41 months.
The Halifax Balance Transfer card has one of the longer 0% balance transfer offers currently available in the UK credit card market. …. Read More »
Balance Transfer Questions
Here at Balance Transfer Expert we have recently seen many UK credit card customers looking for answers to questions about a balance transfer from someone else’s credit card.
Common questions we have seen on this topic over recent months have included all of the following:-
Can I transfer my husband’s credit card balance to mine Can I balance transfer my partners credit card? Can I transfer my wife’s credit card balance to mine? Can you do …. Read More »
Can you do a balance transfer from American Express? Can a UK customer make an AMEX balance transfer? Can you make a balance transfer from AMEX charge or credit cards to another UK credit card?
Here at Balance Transfer Expert, we have recently seen a very considerable increase in the number of customers looking for answers to all of the above types of questions, on the topic of a balance transfer from American Express.
The short answer is …. Read More »