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20,000 Nectar bonus points welcome offer – worth £100 to spend with Nectar partners (when Cardmembers spend £2,000 in their first 3 months). First year’s Cardmembership fee of £25 is on us. Collect 2 points for virtually every full £1 spent on the Card. Collect up to 4 points for virtually every full £1 spent at Nectar partners. Complimentary Supplementary Card for a family member, so you can collect even more Nectar points when they use the Card.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 19.9% p.a.(variable), you will pay 25.0% APR Representative (variable).|
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