Compare AMERICAN EXPRESS Credit Cards
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Our Expert choice:Barclaycard Platinum With BT
0% interest on balance transfers for 35 months from account opening (2.49% handling fee applies). A fee of 3.5% will be applied, then reduced to 2.49% 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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Enjoy a generous 5% cashback on virtually everything you buy for 3 months, on up to £2,500 in purchases. After the introductory period you’ll receive 1.25% cashback on virtually everything you buy – not just for a limited period. 2.5% cashback in the first month of every year if you spend more than £10,000 in your previous 12 months.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 14.0% p.a.(variable), with an £25 annual fee, you will pay 18.7% APR Representative (variable).|
American Express | Platinum Cashback Credit Card
5% cashback during your first three months on up to £2,000 in purchases. After the first three months you’ll earn up to 1.25% cashback, depending on how much you spend on the Card: Spend £0 to £3,500 and receive 0.5% cashback on that spend. Spend between £3,500 and £7,500, receive 1% cashback on that spend. Spend over £7,501 and receive 1.25% cashback on that spend. As long as you spend a minimum of £3,000 in a year, almost every full pound you spend on your Card qualifies for cashback.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 19.9% p.a.(variable), you will pay 19.9% APR Representative (variable).|
American Express | Platinum Cashback Everyday Card
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