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Tesco Card increases 0% purchase offer

Tesco Card increases 0% purchase offer

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 18/05/2011
First Published: 16/05/2011

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Tesco Bank has joined the fight for 0% customers by increasing its introductory purchase term.

The Clubcard Credit Card MasterCard introductory purchase deal has been extended from 13 months to 15 months.

This increase to 15 months for the 0% introductory purchase deal has elevated Tesco Clubcard to joint market leader for the longest spending card available.

The card's standard rate is below the market average and the card continues to offer a Clubcard points reward scheme, making it a Moneyfacts Best Buy.

Tesco Clubcard Reward Scheme: Collect 1 Clubcard point for every £4 you spend on the Clubcard Credit Card (Must have available credit. 1 point awarded per £4 spent in each purchase transaction (£4 min)).

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