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If you're shopping for a new credit card and are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of choice out there, you will be happy to hear that we've just announced those credit cards that have been awarded a Moneyfacts Star Rating of four or five this year. As we've rated these products as being some of the best in the market, this could be a great help in whittling down your list of possible cards.
Thanks to detailed, expert analysis of the credit card market, you can choose with confidence the Star Rated credit card that best suits your needs in term of ongoing quality. Star Ratings are based on the weighting of specific features, outside the headline rate, that are likely to be most relevant to those looking to take out a credit card.
"As consumers look to get the most out of each financial product, choosing a credit card that not only has all the features that they would expect for easy, day-to-day use, but also offers extras, can help maximise what they get out of it," said Samantha Owens, Insight Manager at Moneyfacts.
"The Moneyfacts Credit Card Star Ratings look past the headline rates and introductory offers, allowing the consumer to find the most flexible products with the best added extras, which will reward them over the longer term."
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