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 41 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:-

107 UK 0% credit cards currently avaliable offering:-

  • 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 40 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 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 credit cards with high limits, usually for one of following two reasons:-

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

Money Transfer Credit Card

Money Transfer Credit Card

How does a money transfer credit card work and which UK credit card companies provide money transfer credit cards?

These are a couple of the most common questions that we see here at 0% Credit Card Expert, on the topic of money transfer credit cards.

A money transfer credit card allows a customer to make a money transfer from their credit card to their bank account.

A money transfer is similar to a balance transfer, …. 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, with these new 0% introductory offers on the AA credit cards taking effect from 19th September 2017.

The AA credit card offers are currently available with long 0% introductory offers on the AA Balance Transfer credit card and also on the AA Dual credit card.

The AA Dual credit card offers new customers a long introductory offer on purchases. The AA Dual credit card now offers 0% for up …. Read More »

Lloyds Platinum Credit Card

Lloyds Platinum Credit Card

Lloyds Bank have introduced changes to the Lloyds Platinum credit card range, with these new 0% introductory deals and offers taking effect from 8th September 2017.

The Lloyds Platinum credit card offers now include a longer 0% introductory deal on purchases for the Lloyds Low Fee credit card.

This Lloyds Platinum credit card now offers 0% for up to 32 months on balance transfers, a 0.8% fee applies on balance transfers made in first 90 days, 3% fee …. Read More »

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Credit Card Questions

Halifax Credit Card Application

Halifax Credit Card Application

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 current Halifax credit card offers are some of the most competitive 0% introductory deals available in the UK, for both balance transfers and on purchases.

As a result, questions about the Halifax credit card application process have been steadily increasing.

Here at 0% Credit Card Expert …. Read More »

Cash Advance Credit Card

Cash Advance Credit Card

What is a cash advance credit card? What are the best cash advance credit cards in the UK? What is a cash advance on credit card?

These are a couple of the most common questions regarding a cash advance credit card that we see regularly here at 0% Credit Card Expert.

Most of the over 100 UK credit cards available today can be used as a cash advance credit card. A cash advance from a …. Read More »

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