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Get some clarity with a credit card from Halifax

Get some clarity with a credit card from Halifax

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 09/07/2010
First Published: 09/07/2010

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Halifax has launched a new credit card that should appeal to consumers looking for low rates on purchases and cash.

The Clarity credit card MasterCard and the Reward Clarity customer credit card MasterCard charge 1.017% per month and 12.9%APR on standard purchases, balance transfers and cash advances.

Additionally, no fee is charged for a balance transfer, cash withdrawals are free, and no foreign usage charge is applicable.

Halifax has also said that existing current account holders, who fund with at least £1K per month, and Ultimate Reward current account holders, will receive £5 cashback each month when £300 is spent on their card.

This is a great all round card with a number of benefits, and is well worth four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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