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1 Avios per £1 spent on the Amex, and 1 Avios per £5 spent on the MasterCard®
- Two credit cards - one account
- 1 Avios per £1 spent on the American Express, and 1 Avios per £5 spent on the MasterCard®
- Double Avios on eligible spend abroad
- 5% cashback on Apple Pay payments (£100 monthly spending cap, ends 31st Dec 2016)
- You'll also collect 1,500 bonus Avios for every whole £1,000 balance you transfer from a single provider
A great low 3.3% APR representative on loans £7,500 to £15,000
- Peer-to-peer personal loan
- No early repayment fees or hidden charges
- Borrow from £1,000 to £25,000 for any purpose
- Spread repayments over a period of 1 to 5 years
Earn 3% back in Rewards on seven selected household bills
- Earn 3% back in Rewards on household bills including council tax, mobiles & landlines, pay TV, water, gas, electricity, and broadband.
- Also earn at least 1% back in Rewards at partner retailers
- Top 20% of NatWest Reward customers earn, on average, £217 in Rewards per year. Based on average Dec ‘15/Jan’16 Direct Debit amounts. Excludes monthly £3 fee.
It's the lowest fixed rate ever offered in the UK - but it comes with conditions and quite the fee.
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