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Sainsbury’s super loan deal

Sainsbury’s super loan deal

Category: Loans

Updated: 27/08/2010
First Published: 27/08/2010

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Sainsbury's Finance has made a good deal even better by reducing once again selected rates on its unsecured personal loans for Nectarcard holders.

It means that for a loan of between £7,500 and £14,999, the rate payable now stands at 7.8% APR, 0.1% lower than before.

This latest reprice moves Sainsbury's back to the top of the market across all tiers of lending.

Adding to the loan's appeal is its competitiveness for those looking to borrow small amounts, an area in which relatively few lenders operate.

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