0% Credit Card News

These pages have all our latest 0% credit card news. Here at 0% Credit Card Expert we are continually adding the latest credit card news to increase your knowledge and understanding of the 0% credit card market in the UK.


M&S Credit Card

M And S Credit Card

The M&S credit card range offers a choice of three M&S credit cards to customers in the UK.

The M&S Transfer Plus card is a M&S credit card for customers primarily looking to make a balance transfer. This Marks and Spencer credit card has a long 0% introductory offer on balance transfers.

The M&S Shopping Plus card is the M&S credit card for those customers more interested in an all round credit card. This M&S …. Read More »


Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

Bank of Scotland Platinum Credit Card

Bank of Scotland have withdrawn the longest Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card from the UK market. The removal of this Bank of Scotland credit card was effective from 23rd February 2018.

The now withdrawn Bank of Scotland Platinum credit card offered 0% for up to 36 months on balance transfers. The card had  a 3% balance transfer and a representative 19.9% APR variable. This Bank of Scotland credit card also had an offer of 0% …. Read More »


Nationwide Credit Card Offers

The current Nationwide credit card offers include 0% introductory offers on both balance transfers and purchases.  The Nationwide credit card offers also offer customers commission free purchases abroad.

These Nationwide credit card offers are available on a choice of two different Nationwide credit cards.

The Nationwide credit card is now just for members. You are a member when you have a current account, mortgage or savings account with Nationwide.

The Nationwide Select credit card is exclusively for …. Read More »


0% NatWest Credit Card

0% NatWest Credit Card

What are the current 0% NatWest credit card offers and deals?

There are currently no NatWest credit card offers available, to UK customers looking for a new 0% NatWest credit card with a 0% introductory deal.

RBS, the parent company of NatWest, announced at the end of February 2014 that the bank would no longer offer 0% introductory offers to new customers.

The bank said that the existing 0% NatWest credit card offers would be withdrawn as part of …. Read More »