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Missed the Abbey Zero.. is there anymore?

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Bexm
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nooooooooooooooooooo! just found the thread saying the Abbey Zero card has been withdrawn!!

Was going to apply for this next money as my current 0% runs out in May! Should've been quicker.. grrrr..!

Are there any more no fee cards? or have I completely missed out?
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  • King_Of_Fools
    King_Of_Fools Posts: 1,594 Forumite
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    The Post Office credit card is fee free still.
  • Bexm
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    Just had a look on ther website and it says theres a 2.98% charge on balance transfers?
  • King_Of_Fools
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    Bexm wrote: »
    Just had a look on ther website and it says theres a 2.98% charge on balance transfers?
    Sorry, thought you were referring to the fees on foreign transactions! :o
  • Innocent_Guy
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    Bexm wrote: »
    nooooooooooooooooooo! just found the thread saying the Abbey Zero card has been withdrawn!!

    Was going to apply for this next money as my current 0% runs out in May! Should've been quicker.. grrrr..!

    Are there any more no fee cards? or have I completely missed out?


    Hi Benx,

    See the Virgin Credit Card it has 15 months 0% on Balance transfers for 15 months ( 2.98% fee applies :mad: ) - 0% on purchases for 6 months

    http://uk.virginmoney.com/virgin/credit-cards-v1/

    Good luck
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  • Bexm
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    Hi Benx,

    See the Virgin Credit Card it has 15 months 0% on Balance transfers for 15 months ( 2.98% fee applies :mad: ) - 0% on purchases for 6 months

    http://uk.virginmoney.com/virgin/credit-cards-v1/

    Good luck

    It's the virgin one I've got at the moment.. got a 0% money transfer to my current account.. runs out may 21st..! hmmm :(
  • nzseries1
    nzseries1 Posts: 2,240 Forumite
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    The only totally fee free card is ICICI Platinum - 0% for 3 months. I don't know of any other.
    http://www.icicibank.co.uk/platinum_credit_cards.html
    You're spelling is effecting me so much. Im trying not to be phased by it but your all making me loose my mind on mass!! My head is loosing it's hair. I'm going to take myself off the electoral role like I should of done ages ago and move to the Caribean. I already brought my plane ticket, all be it a refundable 1.
  • Moggles_2
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    To maximise the 0% period, 14 months is currently available to new customers from Tesco.
    A 2.9% BT fee applies.

    http://www.tescofinance.com/personal/finance/finance/creditcards/bonuscc/index.jsp
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  • Moggles_2
    Moggles_2 Posts: 6,097 Forumite
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    nzseries1 wrote: »
    The only totally fee free card is ICICI Platinum - 0% for 3 months. I don't know of any other.
    http://www.icicibank.co.uk/platinum_credit_cards.html

    Caution: I have no experience of ICICI personally (other than its savings account), but forum users have reported extreme inefficiency in processing cc applications and a balance transfer (minimum 6 weeks, sometimes longer).

    Some have encountered difficulties transferring the remaining balance to a new 0% BT card as well.:rolleyes:
    People who don't know their rights, don't actually have those rights.
  • withnell
    withnell Posts: 1,629 Forumite
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    I thought ICICI CC were issued by MBNA?
  • Bexm
    Bexm Posts: 455 Forumite
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    nzseries1 wrote: »
    The only totally fee free card is ICICI Platinum - 0% for 3 months. I don't know of any other.
    http://www.icicibank.co.uk/platinum_credit_cards.html

    This sounds like exactly what I want.. only need about 3 months.. will look into it..!
    Will also look thru the forums to see what is said...
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