0% Credit Cards

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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 promotional period, which can be for as long as 34 months.

After the 0% promotional period has ended the credit card will then charge a higher standard rate of interest, typically around 18% to 20%.

Today on 0% Credit Card Expert there are:-

137 UK 0% credit cards currently avaliable offering:-

  • 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 35 months
  • 0% interest on purchases for up to 23 months

Credit Card Articles

£2000 Credit Card Limit

£2000 Credit Card Limit

Which current UK credit cards are most likely to give a £2000 credit card limit to a new customer?

A £2000 credit card limit on a credit card offering 0% on purchases can allow a new credit card customer to make a large purchase, such as a new TV or a holiday and pay no interest during the introductory 0% offer period.

Alternatively, a £2000 credit card limit on a credit card offering 0% on balance … Continue reading £2000 Credit Card Limit


0% Credit Card Offers

0% Credit Card Offers

What are the latest 0% credit card offers?

The 0% credit card offers available in what is now a very competitive UK credit card market are constantly changing as new 0% credit cards and offers are introduced.

Currently the credit card companies are competing hard with each other for new customers, so there are some very competitive 0% credit card deals and offers available.

0% credit card offers are currently available that offer a long 0% … Continue reading 0% Credit Card Offers


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Credit Card News

Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

The offers on the Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card range have been changed as from 19th March 2015.

The longest 0% Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card offer is now available on the Platinum balance transfer credit card that offers 0% for 35 months on balance transfers and a 3% transfer fee applies. This Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card also offers 0% for 6 months on purchases from the date the credit card account is opened with a representative 18.9% … Continue reading Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card


Post Office Matched Credit Card

Post Office Matched Credit Card

The Post Office Matched credit card is a recent addition to the Post Office credit card range.

The Post Office Matched credit card is a 0% credit card that offers an equal length 0% offer on both purchases and also on balance transfers.

This Post Office Matched card offer of equal length 0% deals is unusual in the UK credit card market with many new 0% cards now offering a longer 0% deal on either … Continue reading Post Office Matched Credit Card


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Credit Card Questions

Credit Card Arrival Time?

Credit Card Arrival Time

What is a typical credit card arrival time in the UK?

Credit card arrival time, can be defined as the length of time it takes from when a customer completes an application form for a new credit card, to when the customer actually has the new credit card delivered to him ready to use.

Many customers when looking to apply for new 0% credit card are interested in how long a credit card takes to arrive, as … Continue reading Credit Card Arrival Time?


Credit Card Minimum Payment?

Credit card Minimum Payment

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

Here at 0% Credit Card Expert these are both very common questions that we have seen many UK credit card customers looking for answers on.

Credit Card Minimum Payment

What is it?

A credit card minimum payment is the smallest amount that a credit card customer must make as a payment each and every month.

If a credit card customer does … Continue reading Credit Card Minimum Payment?


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