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Barclaycard extends 0% offer to 16 months

Barclaycard extends 0% offer to 16 months

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 23/08/2010
First Published: 23/08/2010

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Barclaycard has stormed to the top of the balance transfer table after extending its 0% credit card to 16 months.

Barclaycard now offers a market leading balance transfer term with a 2.9% fee, and the product also offers 0% for three months on purchases.

Where potential applicants are only looking to transfer their debt, there is only one other card in the market with a similar deal but applicants may be swayed by the Barclaycard Freedom Rewards scheme if they decide to spend on the card.

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