When you are planning to make a £5000 balance transfer in 2017, then it helps to know which UK credit cards are the most suitable 0% balance transfer cards for a £5000 balance transfer.
To allow a £5000 balance transfer to be made to a new credit card with an introductory 0% balance transfer offer, there are two things that must happen first :-
The customer needs to apply for and be approved for a new 0% balance transfer …. Read More »
The UK credit card market has a very wide range of balance transfer offers available now. Currently there are over 90 credit cards available online that have 0% balance transfer offers, down from the more 110 cards available at the start of 2017.
The range of 0% balance transfer offers available in the competitive UK credit card market is constantly changing as the credit card companies compete for customers.
There are balance transfer offers available on …. Read More »
What are the current Marks and Spencer balance transfer offers?
There are now a number of different Marks and Spencer balance transfer offers available from M&S Bank as the bank has recently increased the number of credit cards available to UK customers.
The current Marks and Spencer balance transfer offer on the M&S Transfer Plus card is now 0% for 32 months with a 0.99% balance transfer fee, minimum £5 and a representative 18.9 APR variable. This M&S balance transfer …. Read More »
Here at Balance Transfer Expert we see many UK credit card customers looking for information about making a £6000 balance transfer.
One of the most common queries we see, is which 0% credit cards are the most suitable cards for a £6000 balance transfer?
Almost all current balance transfer credit cards are more likely to easily allow customers to make a £1000 balance transfer or a £2000 balance transfer.
However, a £6000 balance transfer is more …. Read More »
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 the UK in 2017?
Getting approved for large balance transfer credit cards for UK customers was often much easier in the days before the banking crisis began. 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 …. Read More »
When you are planning to make a £3000 balance transfer, what are the 0% balance transfer credit cards that are most suitable for a £3000 balance transfer in 2017?
When making a £3000 balance transfer to a new 0% balance transfer credit card, a customer will need to be approved for a new card with a credit limit that is actually greater than £3,000.
This is because all balance transfer credit cards limit a balance transfer to at most, 90% or …. Read More »