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The AA Easy Access ISA Credit Card
AER Interest Rate:
1.16%
(variable)
Notice Period:
Instant
Minimum opening deposit of £500. Rate includes a fixed bonus of 0.96% tax-free for 12 months from account opening. Interest calculated daily and paid to you in March.

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Latest Credit Card Offers

Post Office Balance Transfer
Post Office Balance Transfer Credit Card

APR Rate Balance Transfer
18.90% 35 Months

When you spend £1,200 at a purchase rate of 18.9% (variable) per annum, your representative APR is 18.9% APR (variable).
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ASDA Cashback Credit Card
ASDA Cashback Credit Card

APR Rate Balance Transfer
19.90% 12 Months

When you spend £1,200 at a purchase rate of 19.9% (variable) per annum, your representative APR is 19.9% APR (variable).
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Post Office Matched Card
Post Office Matched Credit Card

APR Rate Balance Transfer
19.90% 25 Months

When you spend £1,200 at a purchase rate of 19.9% (variable) per annum, your representative APR is 19.9% APR (variable).
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Barclaycard Platinum
Barclays Platinum Credit Card

APR Rate Balance Transfer
19.90% 35 Months

When you spend £1,200 at a purchase rate of 19.9% (variable) per annum, your representative APR is 19.9% APR (variable).
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Latest Broadband Deals

BT Superfast Fibre Plus
BT Superfast Fibre Plus Broadband

Average Speed Monthly Cost
67 Mb £54.99

  • Keep Connected Promise
  • Broadband Price Freeze for 18 months
  • Double data for mobiles
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Sky Fibre Max Broadband
Sky Fibre Max Broadband

Average Speed Monthly Cost
63 Mb £30.00

  • Includes line rental
  • Includes Sky Talk
  • Includes Sky Broadband Shield
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Virgin Media VIVID 350 Fibre
Virgin Media Broadband

Average Speed Monthly Cost
362 Mb £44.00

  • Fastest widely available broadband
  • Includes line rental
  • Talk Weekends
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EE Fibre Max 2 Broadband
EE Fibre Max Broadband

Average Speed Monthly Cost
300 Mb £47.00

  • Keep your whole house 4K streaming
  • Our fastest ever fibre broadband
  • Range of inclusive benefits
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Latest Personal Loan Offers

AA Personal Loan
AA Personal Loan
APR Rate
3.40%

Features:
  • Exclusive rates for members
  • Pay off loan early with no charges
  • Instant decision

Assumed borrowing of £10,000 over 60 months at a fixed rate of 3.4% per annum would result in a representative rate of 3.4% APR, monthly repayments of £181.24 and a total amount repayable of £10,874.29
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Sainsbury's Bank Loan
Sainsbury's Bank Personal Loan
APR Rate
2.80%

Features:
  • Two Month Repayment Holiday Option
  • APR Price Promise
  • Lowest interest rates offer if you have a Nectar Card

Assumed borrowing of £10,000 over 60 months at a fixed rate of 2.8% per annum would result in a representative rate of 2.8% APR, monthly repayments of £178.64 and a total amount repayable of £10,718.40
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Post Office Personal Loan
Post Office Personal Loan
APR Rate
3.50%

Features:
  • Apply online and get instant decision
  • Personalised Fast Checker without affecting your credit rating
  • No penalty for overpayments

Assumed borrowing of £10,000 over 60 months at a fixed rate of 3.5% per annum would result in a representative rate of 3.5% APR, monthly repayments of £181.67 and a total amount repayable of £10,900.30
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Zopa Personal Loan
Sainsbury's Bank Personal Loan
APR Rate
3.10%

Features:
  • Simple onle application
  • No early repayment fees
  • Checking your rates won't affect your credit score

Assumed borrowing of £10,000 over 60 months at a fixed rate of 3.1% per annum would result in a representative rate of 3.1% APR, monthly repayments of £180.11 and a total amount repayable of £10,806.00
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Credit Cards Comparison

At PocketRate we make it easy to compare credit cards with our simple online comparison tables. However, with so many different cards available you should narrow down your selection by first deciding on the type of card you need. Here are the main options available.

Types of credit card

  • Compare 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

    Take advantage of 0% interest rates and avoid hefty interest charges by transferring an existing credit card debt to a new card with a different provider. Pay off the full amount within the introductory period and avoid paying any more interest going forward.
  • Compare 0% Purchase Credit Cards

    Looking to buy a big-ticket item? Spread the cost over time by paying 0% interest installments. Ensure you pay off the amount before the introductory period ends and you won’t pay any interest at all. Compare the introductory periods between cards and the APR rate that may be charged if you don't repay the whole amount off within the offer period.
  • Compare Rewards Credit Cards

    Get points each time you spend using your credit card and redeem them for all kinds of rewards from shopping discounts to air miles and vouchers. Be careful of possible annual charges on these cards.
  • Compare Cashback Credit Cards

    Get money off your credit bill each time you buy something using your cashback card. Look out for special offers that give you even more of a percentage cashback amount.
  • Compare Credit Building Credit Cards

    Got poor credit history or no history at all? Start building up a good credit score to put yourself in a better position for borrowing money in the future. These cards usually attract higher interest rates, so you should aim to pay off your balance each month. Consider checking your current credit score and history and compare our credit score and credit report providers.

Guide to Credit Cards

Want to know how credit cards work? Read our useful guide on what a credit card is, how they work, how credit card companies decide on what credit limit you get and how best to compare credit cards. What is a credit card and how do they work?

Find out what APR is, what is included in the interest rate and what the Representative Example is that appears on the comparison table next to each credit card. What is credit card APR?

Not sure about getting a credit card? Read our Top 7 Reasons To Get a Credit Card. We summarize the practical benefits from not having to carry cash to how it can help you manage your money better.

Improve your credit score

Most financial providers will check your credit score and credit history as part of their approval process for assessing your suitability. It's important that you regularly monitor the information held by credit reference agencies and correct any errors in the data that may adversely affect your application.

You should actively work towards improving your credit score through a series of practical steps that, over time, will start to reflect positively in your credit history.

Read our guide on what your credit score is together with some tips on how to improve it. Follow these ideas and you will soon build up a better history of credit so that lenders will look more favourably when you apply for a loan, credit card or mortgage. Top 10 tips to improve your credit score

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