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Cashback & Rewards Credit Cards
Provider
Card
Balance Transfers
Intro Purchases
Typical
APR
Card Type
Apply
American Express Platinum Cashback
n/a
n/a
18.9
typical APR
American Express
Apply
MBNA Business Cashback
0% for
9 months
0% for
3 months
17.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
MBNA Platinum Card
0% for
13 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
Virgin
0% for
16 months
0% for
3 months
16.6
typical APR
Mastercard
Apply
Egg Credit Card
0% until
Nov 2010
0% until
Jan 2010
16.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
MBNA Rewards
0% for
13 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
BT Credit Card
0% for
13 months
0% for
3 months
16.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
Amex BMI Credit Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
American Express
Apply
MBNA Business BMI
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
17.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
BT Credit Card
0% for
10 months
0% for
6 months
15.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
RSPCA Credit Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
16.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
American Express British Airways Card
n/a
n/a
19.9
typical APR
American Express
Apply
WWF Credit Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
Sony Credit Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Mastercard
Apply
National Trust Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Mastercard
Apply
Breakthrough Breast Cancer Card
0% for
12 months
0% for
3 months
15.9
typical APR
Visa
Apply
American Express British Airways Card
n/a
n/a
46.0
typical APR
American Express
Apply

Cashback & Rewards Credit Cards

What are cashback credit cards?

Cashback credit cards are designed to credit money back each time you spend on your card. The amount of money you can earn back can vary from as little as 0.5% upto 2% some even as high as 5%. In addittion the more you spend on your card the more money you get back.

Cashback credit cards can be of great benefit when used correctly. If you pay off your balance in full each month, then cashback cards are certainly a great choice as you will not be paying any interest and be pocketing anything upto 5% cashback.

Before signing up for a cashback credit card, check whether cashback is offered on every purchase or only on purchases made through selected retailers. Additionally, check whether you get instant cashback whereby your account is instantly credited at the time of each transaction or whether you will receive the cashback annually in a lump sum.

What are Reward Credit Cards?

Reward credit cards are loyalty schemes offered by some credit card providers and enable you to earn reward points each time you use your card. Bonus points are sometimes credited if you make a purchase with your card within a certain time limit and additional points may be available when you shop on partner sites.

Before choosing a card which offers reward points, check how points are earned, how much they are worth and how and where they are redeemable.

In addition to the opportunity to accumulate cashback and reward points, many providers also offer special discounts on certain products and services and prize draws exclusive to cardholders.

It is worth noting that cards with good loyalty schemes tend to have relatively high interest rates so if you don't pay off the full balance each month, a card with low interest introductory offers on purchases or balance transfers may be more suitable.

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Credit Card Providers

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Abbey Santander
American Express
Bank Of Scotland
Barclaycard
Mbna BMI
British Airways
BT
Capital One
Egg
Halifax
HSBC
MBNA
Nationwide
Natwest
Royal Bank Of Scotland
Sony
Vanquis
Virgin Money