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AA makes changes to its credit card offering

AA makes changes to its credit card offering

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 19/02/2010
First Published: 19/02/2010

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AA has made changes to the terms of its AA Credit Card Visa and AA Members Credit Card Visa.

The introductory purchase term on motoring and fuel spend, and introductory balance transfers will now be charged at 0% for 12 months.

The balance transfer fee now 3.00% (minimum £3).

The move from a fixed date deal to a fixed term effectively maintains the cards' position in the balance transfer market, with the added bonus of very generous terms on motoring and fuel purchases.

Customers should be wary of spending on other items on the case as these will be charged at the standard rate and will continue to accrue interest until the introductory period is paid off.

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