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MBNA 0% offer is platinum standard

MBNA 0% offer is platinum standard

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 21/03/2011
First Published: 16/03/2011

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MBNA Europe Bank has got involved with the 0% balance transfer battle, increasing its introductory offer.

The MBNA Platinum 18 Month Visa now charges balance transfers at 0% for 18 months (previously 16 months).

The two month increase to the 0% introductory balance transfer deal makes this one of the most competitive deals on the market for those looking to consolidate their debt.

In addition, the card offers a lower than average balance transfer fee of 2.88% and applicants can also benefit from three months interest free purchases.

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