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Start with a manageable credit limit between £150 and £1000. You could get a credit limit increase on your 4th statement (Conditions apply). And further increases every 4 months, up to £3,000 (Conditions apply). To be considered for a credit limit increase, please keep all your credit agreements in order by paying on time, making use of your existing credit limit without going over your credit limit, and not taking on too much debt elsewhere. This is only a guide and meeting these criteria does not guarantee you a credit limit increase. Representative 39.9% APR (variable). You must not have applied for a Vanquis, Granite, Aquis or Black Diamond Card within the last 6 months. Do not apply for the Argos Credit Card if you currently hold a Vanquis, Granite, Aquis or Black Diamond Card. Credit is provided by Vanquis Bank Limited.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1000 at a purchase rate of 39.84% p.a.(variable), you will pay 39.9% APR Representative (variable).|
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