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Post office credit card, date of promotional end

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I vaguely remember my promotional rate was 28months 0% purchases for slow stooze. Got the car around April 2018.



Can't find the 0% end date anywhere on the statements. Any idea if it is in the statement at all?

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  • surreysaversurreysaver Forumite
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    I vaguely remember my promotional rate was 28months 0% purchases for slow stooze. Got the car around April 2018.



    Can't find the 0% end date anywhere on the statements. Any idea if it is in the statement at all?
    Sorry for the late response, I don't often come into this forum. On my Post Office Credit card, the 0% period end date was advised on the statement before the one where it would need to be paid off by - i.e. it gave me a statement period's notice to change my direct debit to the full amount (or otherwise pay it off).
    Which is confusing, because the offer I took advantage of was 0% at a 0% fee for six months, so I naturally assumed it was six months from the date I did the balance transfer, but it seems to be the statement after that six months that it actually expires.
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    Thanks for the reply. I got it sorted. Just phoned up all the credit card company's and got the offer expiry from them.



    It's odd that they dont have the 0% offer end date on all he statements.
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    Thanks for the reply. I got it sorted. Just phoned up all the credit card company's and got the offer expiry from them.



    It's odd that they dont have the 0% offer end date on all he statements.

    Im the same I think I know roughly when it is. Although I think they do have to send out a reminder close to the date.
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