Starting to find it more difficult to save money doing this anymore. Mortgage at 3.5% for next few years also as 5.99% deal ended, have done MDNA,Virgin, Barclaycard, could go back to Tesco but they gave me a rubbish limit last time. I think the days of stoozing are over, any thoughts?

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    John424 wrote: »
    Starting to find it more difficult to save money doing this anymore. Mortgage at 3.5% for next few years also as 5.99% deal ended, have done MDNA,Virgin, Barclaycard, could go back to Tesco but they gave me a rubbish limit last time. I think the days of stoozing are over, any thoughts?

    While it's difficult, especially with historically low interest rates for savers, it's still possible, particularly slow stoozing using 0% purchase offers.

    I'm still filling up 0% purchase cards and getting 3.12% on the cash saved in a NatWest e-savings account (due to expire in two days, so it'll be going in the Santander 123 current account).

    Gone are the days when big money was to be made, however.
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