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|Credit Card||Rate||Duration||Fee||Rate||Duration||Representative APR||Apply|
|0.0%||17 Months||3.0%||0.0%||3 Months||17.9%Variable|
0% for 17 months on balance transfers. 3% handling fee applies. 0% for 3 months on purchases. No annual fee.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 17.9% p.a.(variable), you will pay 17.9% APR Representative (variable).|
Santander | Santander Credit Card Online
Get cashback on your everyday spending: 1% cashback at all major supermarkets, 2% cashback at all major departments stores, 3% cashback at all petrol stations and on National Rail and Transport for London travel (on combined spend of up to £300 a month). 1% bonus cashback at Amazon.co.uk until 31/01/2014. Amazon.co.uk is not a sponsor of this promotion. 22.8% APR Representative (Variable). Annual fee and terms apply. If you already have, or if you open a new Santander 123 Current Account, Santander will refund the first year's £24 annual fee on your 123 Credit Card. Offer valid until 31/12/2014.
|Representative Example: If you borrow £1200 at a purchase rate of 18.9% p.a.(variable), with an £24 annual fee, you will pay 22.8% APR Representative (variable).|
Santander | 123 Credit Card
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