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Barclaycard's market leading 31 month balance transfer offer
- 0% balance transfers for 31 months made within 60 days
- Special offer: 3.5% fee reduced to 2.99% fee by refund
- Plus an extra £20 cashback on the fee for transfers over £2,000
- 0% on purchases for 6 months
- Purchase delivery insurance
Derbyshire building society, "Best Personal Loan Provider" moneynet
- 4.6% APR representative on loans £7,500 to £15,000
- Loan repayments can be spread over 1 to 5 years
- Fixed monthly repayments for the duration of the loan
- Instant online decision in most cases and no setup fees
Cashback on your household bills and interest on your balance
- 1% cashback on water, council tax and Santander mortgage payments (£1,000 max mortgage payment)
- 2% cashback on gas and electricity bills
- 3% cashback on mobile, home phone, broadband and paid for TV packages
- £500 minimum monthly deposit required
2.1% AER fixed rate on your savings for 3 years with United National Bank
- 2.10% AER 3 year fixed term savings account.
- Save from £2,000 to £1,000,000.
- Withdrawals or early closures are not permitted.
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