Featured Current Accounts

1st Account.

First Direct. 1st Account

£125 cashback offer when you switch current accounts (T&C's apply)

HSBC

HSBC Advance Bank Account

Advance Bank Account - New customers get £200 and a 6 month interest and fee free overdraft when they switch and stay. T&Cs apply

M&S

M&S Bank Current Account

Bank Current Account - Earn up to £170 on an M&S gift card!

Classic Plus Account

Classic Plus Account

£125 cashback & 3% AER interest (variable) on balances up to £1,500

To be eligible for rewards and interest rates conditions may apply such as using the full current account switching service, minimum monthly deposits and direct debits. Please see full product T&Cs for further information

Data provided by moneysupermarket Best Buy Credit Cards - For Balance Transfers
The data displayed on this table was correct when published at Wednesday 22nd of February 2017 03:50:01 AM
Credit card provider Balance
Transfer
Purchases Representative
APR (Variable)
MBNA

MBNA

Platinum Credit Card

0.00%
43 months
2.99% fee
0.00%
43 months
18.90%

Representative Example:

If you spend £1200.00 at a purchase interest rate of 18.90% (variable) your Representative APR will be 18.90% (variable).

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nuba

nuba

transfer credit card

0.00%
42 months
3.29% fee
0.00%
42 months
18.90%

Representative Example:

If you spend £1200.00 at a purchase interest rate of 18.90% (variable) your Representative APR will be 18.90% (variable).

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Sainsbury's Bank

Sainsbury's Bank

42 Month Balance Transfer Credit Card

0.00%
42 months
2.30% fee
0.00%
42 months
18.90%

Representative Example:

If you spend £1200.00 at a purchase interest rate of 18.95% (variable) your Representative APR will be 18.90% (variable).

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Pensioners could face huge insurance bill for France holiday after Brexit

Pensioners could face huge insurance bill for France holiday after Brexit

The lose of the European Health Insurance Card could see older people with health conditions suffer financially if they take a trip to the continent

Government ignoring evidence to help end gender pay gap, say MPs

Government ignoring evidence to help end gender pay gap, say MPs

Maria Miller said that without tackling the key issue of flexible working, the gender pay gap will not be eliminated

'Narcissistic' chief executives 'obsessed' with large pay packets

'Narcissistic' chief executives 'obsessed' with large pay packets

Calls have been made for curbs on executive pay

QE programme not to blame for housing crisis, Bank's chief economist says

QE programme not to blame for housing crisis, Bank's chief economist says

Andy Haldane said limited housing stock has been the main driver of unaffordable home prices

Grandparents 'saving working families billions in childcare costs'

Grandparents 'saving working families billions in childcare costs'

It is thought that grandparents save families around 1,786 pounds in formal childcare costs per year

Government proposals could allow firms to cut final salary pension payments

Government proposals could allow firms to cut final salary pension payments

A Government green paper set out a series of proposals to ease the pressure, including allowing struggling businesses to 'cut or renegotiate' pensioners' benefits

Over-50s still facing discrimination in jobs market despite equality laws

Over-50s still facing discrimination in jobs market despite equality laws

A study found that older people must apply to more vacancies than the young to obtain an interview

Social care services face cuts 'despite extra funding'

Social care services face cuts 'despite extra funding'

Most councils will have to continue to divert funds into social care services at breaking point, the Local Government Association said

House sellers warned punchy pricing raises risk of homes seen as poorer value

House sellers warned punchy pricing raises risk of homes seen as poorer value

England and Wales saw asking prices rise by 2 per cent month-on-month in February, reported Rightmove

Low-income families have less than £100 put away, report finds

Low-income families have less than £100 put away, report finds

High-income families have a typical savings pot of 62,885 pounds

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