NO FEE BALANCE TRANSFER CREDIT CARDS

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Barclaycard Platinum Simplicity

Representative Example: If you spend £1,200 at an annual interest rate of 7.9% (variable) your Representative APR will be 7.9% (variable).


Sainsbury's Nectar Credit Card

Representative Example: If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 12.9% (variable) your Representative APR will be 12.9% (variable).


Benefits

It's possible to save a considerable amount of cash using a no balance transfer fee credit card. Not only can you benefit from moving to a new credit card and taking advantage of an interest-free introductory period, or a long-term low rate, you can also cut the fee you pay to do so. A card holder moving £6,000 of debt to a card that charges 3.00% would pay £180 in balance transfer fees, whereas using a no balance transfer fee card with an introductory 0% period would save this fee.
The main benefit of no balance transfer fee credit cards with a low standard rate is that they do not shock you with a sudden rate rise in interest rate once the introductory period ends. In fact, with most of the cards, the interest rate remains the same for the lifetime of the deal.
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