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 38 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:-

93 UK 0% credit cards currently avaliable offering:-

  • 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 37 months
  • 0% interest on purchases for up to 30 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 2018?

High limit credit cards can be defined as those 0% credit cards which offer new credit card customers a high credit limit.

Many customers would prefer an initial high credit limit when the customer first applies for the new credit card.

Many UK customers are looking for credit cards with high limits, often for one of following two reasons:-

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Instant Decision Credit Cards

Instant Decision Credit Cards

Instant decision credit cards provide an instant decision on whether a customer has been accepted or declined. The decision, for that particular credit card, is provided at the end of the online application process.

Many customers in the UK, when applying online for a new 0% credit card, do now prefer to know immediately whether they have been accepted or declined for that particular credit card.

Instant decision credit cards are now much more common …. Read More »

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Credit Card News

AA Credit Card Offers

AA Credit Card Offers

The AA credit card offers have now changed once again. These new 0% introductory offers on the AA credit cards take effect from 10th January 2017.

These new AA credit card offers are currently available on the AA Balance Transfer credit card. This card has a long 0% introductory offer on balance transfers.

The AA credit card offers on the AA Balance Transfer credit card are 0% for up to 35 months on balance transfers with a lower …. Read More »

HSBC Credit Card Offers

HSBC Credit Card Offers

HSBC Bank regularly change the HSBC credit card offers available in the UK credit card market.

The HSBC credit card offers now include a £25 cashback offer for customers who apply for the HSBC 32 month balance transfer credit card before the 1st March 2018 and use the card with a minimum value of £100 for either a purchase or a balance transfer, within 60 days of account opening. Terms and conditions apply to this offer.

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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, over recent months.

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 …. Read More »

Post Office Credit Card Application

Post Office Credit Card Application

We have seen an increasing number of UK credit card customers looking for answers to specific questions about the Post Office credit card application process over recent months.

The current introductory 0% deals and offers available on the Post Office Money credit cards are very competitive. The Post Office credit cards have a range of different 0% offers on both purchases and also on balance transfers.

Due to these competitive 0% offers we have seen an increasing …. Read More »

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