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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 limited time promotional period, which can be for as long as 40 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.
The 0% introductory offers and the balance transfer fees on the Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card range have been changed again as from 27th September 2016.
The longest 0% Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card offer is available on the Platinum balance transfer credit card that offers 0% for up to 40 months on balance transfers with a new lower 2.39% balance transfer fee (after 0.61% refund) in first 90 days, 3% fee applies after 90 days. This Bank of Scotland credit card … Continue reading Bank of Scotland 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 27th September 2016.
These Lloyds credit card offers see the leading Lloyds Platinum credit card now offer a long 0% for 40 months on balance transfers, with a new lower 2.39% balance transfer fee (after 0.61% 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.
Here at 0% Credit Card Expert, over recent months, we have seen an increasing number of UK credit card customers looking for answers to specific questions about the Halifax credit card application process.
The Halifax credit card deals and offers on both balance transfers and purchases, are some of the most competitive 0% introductory deals currently available in the UK. As a result, questions about the Halifax credit card application process have been steadily increasing.