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Our Expert choice:Barclaycard Platinum With BT
0% interest on balance transfers for 34 months from account opening (2.99% handling fee applies). A fee of 3.5% will be applied, then reduced to 2.99% by a refund.
- 0% interest on purchases for 6 months from account opening.
- 18.9% APR Representative Variable.
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- 0% Balance Transfer
- 0% Purchases
- Low BT Fee
- Credit Building
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|0.0%||18 Months||2.98%||0.0%||3 Months||17.8%Variable|
Post Office® Credit Card. The credit card for everyday use home and abroad. 17.8% APR Representative (variable). The Post Office Credit Card offers you a range of benefits whether you use it at home or abroad. 17.8% APR Representative (variable).
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 17.8% p.a.(variable), you will pay 17.8% APR Representative (variable).|
Post Office Ltd | Platinum Card
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