0% Credit Cards

0 Credit CardWelcome to 0% Credit Card Expert. As an independent website, we are free to use and provide a comparison service for every 0% credit card that is currently available online in the UK.

0% credit cards are credit cards which offer new customers an introductory offer, where 0% interest is charged on balance transfers and / or purchases for a limited time promotional period, which can be for as long as 43 months.

After the 0% promotional period has ended the credit card company will then charge any outstanding amount remaining on the card at a higher standard rate of interest. This standard rate will often be a representative 18.9% APR variable.

Today on 0% Credit Card Expert there are:-

118 UK 0% credit cards currently avaliable offering:-

  • 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 43 months
  • 0% interest on purchases for up to 27 months

Credit Card Articles

High Limit Credit Cards

High Limit Credit Cards

What are the most suitable 0% high limit credit cards for UK customers in 2017?

High limit credit cards can be defined as those 0% credit cards which offer new credit card customers a high credit limit, when the customer first applies for the new credit card.

Many UK customers are looking for high limit credit cards, usually for one of following two reasons:-

They have a large balance on their existing credit card and would like to make a …. Read More »

£3500 Credit Card Limit

£3500 Credit Card Limit

Which credit cards are the most suitable when a customer is looking for a new 0% credit card with a £3500 credit card limit in the UK?

Many customers will look for a new 0% credit card with a £3500 credit card limit because they would like to transfer a balance from their existing credit card. Making a balance transfer to new 0% credit card with a long introductory offer on balance transfers can save a …. Read More »

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Credit Card News

Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

The 0% introductory offers and the balance transfer fees on the Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card range have been changed once again as from 20th January 2017.

The longest 0% Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card offer is available on the Platinum balance transfer credit card that now offers 0% for up to 41 months on balance transfers with a 1.9% balance transfer fee (after 1.1% refund) in first 90 days, 3% fee applies after 90 days. This Bank of …. Read More »

Lloyds Platinum Credit Card

Lloyds Platinum Credit Card

Lloyds Bank have introduced changes to the Lloyds Platinum credit card range, with the new 0% introductory deals and offers taking effect from 9th December 2017.

These Lloyds credit card offers see the leading Lloyds Platinum credit card offer a new longer 0% for 42 months on balance transfers, with a 2.35% balance transfer fee (after 0.65% refund) in first 90 days, 3% fee applies after 90 days. This Lloyds balance transfer credit card also offers 0% for 6  months on purchases. This …. Read More »

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Credit Card Questions

Credit Card Minimum Payment?

Credit card Minimum Payment

What is a credit card minimum payment? How much is a typical credit card minimum payment?

Here at 0% Credit Card Expert both of the above questions are ones that we have seen many UK credit card customers looking for answers on recently.

Credit Card Minimum Payment

What is a credit card minimum payment?

A credit card minimum payment is the smallest amount that a credit card customer must make as a payment to the credit …. Read More »

Credit Card Application How Long?

Credit Card Acceptance How Long?

When you make a credit card application how long does it take in 2017?

Many UK customers when looking to make a credit card application, want to know how long it will take to get the card.

Some of the questions related to this topic that we have seen recently include all of the following:-

Santander credit card application how long? How long does it take to get a Tesco credit card? How long does …. Read More »

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