Your browser isn't supported
It looks like you're using an old web browser. To get the most out of the site and to ensure guides display correctly, we suggest upgrading your browser now. Download the latest:

Welcome to the MSE Forums

We're home to a fantastic community of MoneySavers but anyone can post. Please exercise caution & report spam, illegal, offensive or libellous posts/messages: click "report" or email forumteam@. Skimlinks & other affiliated links are turned on

Search
  • FIRST POST
    • Former MSE Helen
    • By Former MSE Helen 21st Feb 14, 8:43 AM
    • 2,324Posts
    • 971Thanks
    Former MSE Helen
    MSE News: New Nationwide balance transfer credit card tops best buys
    • #1
    • 21st Feb 14, 8:43 AM
    MSE News: New Nationwide balance transfer credit card tops best buys 21st Feb 14 at 8:43 AM
    "Credit card users looking for a new balance transfer card should consider Nationwide's new deal..."

    Read the full story:

    New Nationwide balance transfer credit card tops best buys



    Click reply below to discuss. If you havenít already, join the forum to reply. If you arenít sure how it all works, read our New to Forum? Intro Guide.

Page 1
    • ChopperST
    • By ChopperST 21st Feb 14, 10:28 AM
    • 1,171 Posts
    • 782 Thanks
    ChopperST
    • #2
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:28 AM
    • #2
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:28 AM
    Applied for and balanced transferred for a two year stooze :-)
    • Pincher
    • By Pincher 21st Feb 14, 10:38 AM
    • 6,516 Posts
    • 2,491 Thanks
    Pincher
    • #3
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:38 AM
    • #3
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:38 AM
    Need a time machine to go back a year to cancel the Select card.


    Important information
    1Introductory rates apply from the date the account is opened. Balance transfers at 0% must be made within 3 months from account opening and are subject to a fee of 0.75% (minimum £5.00). If you already hold a Nationwide credit card or have closed one in the last 12 months you will not be eligible for the introductory offers.
    • jimclark1967
    • By jimclark1967 21st Feb 14, 10:51 AM
    • 488 Posts
    • 116 Thanks
    jimclark1967
    • #4
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:51 AM
    • #4
    • 21st Feb 14, 10:51 AM
    I got a provisional credit limit of £3,200 then rejected at the end of the application - ah well
    • insurgente
    • By insurgente 21st Feb 14, 4:29 PM
    • 209 Posts
    • 18 Thanks
    insurgente
    • #5
    • 21st Feb 14, 4:29 PM
    • #5
    • 21st Feb 14, 4:29 PM
    Balls...

    I've got a Nationwide Credit Card that I only ever use abroad and pay off in full every month.

    Guess I'm out?
  • Picky
    • #6
    • 21st Feb 14, 4:42 PM
    • #6
    • 21st Feb 14, 4:42 PM
    Is there an eligibility checker for this one?

    Applied for a Nationwide current account a few months back and they wouldn't give me an overdraft. Silly to apply for this one?
    • guesswho2000
    • By guesswho2000 21st Feb 14, 5:02 PM
    • 1,622 Posts
    • 766 Thanks
    guesswho2000
    • #7
    • 21st Feb 14, 5:02 PM
    • #7
    • 21st Feb 14, 5:02 PM
    Is there an eligibility checker for this one?

    Applied for a Nationwide current account a few months back and they wouldn't give me an overdraft. Silly to apply for this one?
    Originally posted by Picky
    Start the application and it gives you a quotation before the full application is made (which is the eligibility check) - higher limit and lower APR means better chance of acceptance, based on experiences of those on here (there's a thread about it somewhere).
  • Picky
    • #8
    • 21st Feb 14, 5:30 PM
    • #8
    • 21st Feb 14, 5:30 PM
    Start the application and it gives you a quotation before the full application is made (which is the eligibility check) - higher limit and lower APR means better chance of acceptance, based on experiences of those on here (there's a thread about it somewhere).
    Originally posted by guesswho2000
    Thanks. Started the application and they gave me a quote. They were able to give me the full 0% BT entitlement, but with a £1000 credit limit, which isn't enough for now.
    • zerog
    • By zerog 21st Feb 14, 8:55 PM
    • 2,417 Posts
    • 849 Thanks
    zerog
    • #9
    • 21st Feb 14, 8:55 PM
    • #9
    • 21st Feb 14, 8:55 PM
    Thanks. Started the application and they gave me a quote. They were able to give me the full 0% BT entitlement, but with a £1000 credit limit, which isn't enough for now.
    Originally posted by Picky
    If the APR was 19.9% that is a reject.

    NWide must be really looking to expand its CC arm.
Welcome to our new Forum!

Our aim is to save you money quickly and easily. We hope you like it!

Forum Team Contact us

Live Stats

97Posts Today

1,260Users online

Martin's Twitter
  • Mini MSE is on half term next week, so I'm excited to be taking the week off to be daddy. As normal I'm signing of? https://t.co/G3366shWh1

  • I once blurted out on @gmb "Theresa May hasn't been given a poisoned chalice - she's been given a poisoned chalice? https://t.co/onfRbY3XVg

  • It'd be fascinating to know how history will judge Theresa May's premiership. Currently, it is hard to see it as a? https://t.co/eH77G0O9LA

  • Follow Martin