The introductory 0% offers on the HSBC balance transfer credit cards regularly change. This allows HSBC to adjust their competitiveness in the UK credit card market.
The HSBC balance transfer credit card now offers new customers 0% interest for 25 months on balance transfers, with a 1.5% balance transfer fee (minimum £5) and a representative 21.9% APR (variable). This card had previously offered a longer 0% for 28 months offer on balance transfers.
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There are two longer Nationwide balance transfer credit card offers, now available in the UK credit card market.
The Nationwide balance transfer offers on these Nationwide balance transfer credit cards are only available if you are a Nationwide Member. You are a Nationwide Member, when you already have a current account, mortgage or savings account with Nationwide.
The Nationwide balance transfer credit card offer is now 0% for 18 months on balance transfers, with a …. Read More »
The very long 0% Santander balance transfer offers, are now no longer available customers in the UK.
These Santander balance transfer offers had previously offered an introductory rate of 0% for 39 months on balance transfers from the date of account opening, This Santander credit card had a representative rate of 21.7% APR variable, after the end of the introductory offer period.
The withdrawal of these Santander balance transfer offers, does reduce the number of credit …. Read More »
Capital One balance transfer offers in the UK have been noticeable, largely by their absence over recent years.
Ever since the start of the credit crunch and the banking crisis which caused it, there have been only very limited periods of time where 0% Capital One balance transfer offers, have been available on the Capital One range of credit cards.
The Capital One credit cards that have been available in the UK market have been …. Read More »
The long 39 month Virgin balance transfer card is now no longer available to new customers. This Virgin balance transfer card was withdrawn from the UK credit card market on 23rd October 2017.
Virgin Money have now withdrawn both of their 41 month and 39 month long balance transfer cards from the market.
The number of balance transfer credit cards have reduced over recent months as the UK credit card companies have either removed their longest balance …. Read More »
The UK ‘s first 24 months credit card was introduced as a special offer by Barclaycard back in 2011. This first 24 months card was only available as a limited time offer.
This 24 months credit card had what was at the time, the longest ever UK balance transfer offer, a 0% for 24 months introductory promotional rate on balance transfers.
The 24 months credit card was briefly available again in January 2012 for the peak balance transfer period …. Read More »