Nationwide credit cards
Nationwide offer great deals on cards designed for balance transfers, purchases and on both transfers and purchases. If overseas spending is something you’re particularly interested in, Nationwide could be a stand out choice.
With the Nationwide Select credit card there’s no commission charge for credit card purchases abroad. This particular card is only available to existing customers who hold a FlexAccount with the building society and deposit over £750 a month into the account.
If you’re not an existing Nationwide customer you might still be interested in the standard Nationwide credit card which offers competitive 0% introductory periods on balance transfers and purchases.
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What are the drawbacks of Nationwide credit cards?
If you already hold a Nationwide credit cards, you won't be able to transfer a balance to a new Nationwide card.
Credit cards terms
A balance transfer involves moving the balance that you owe on one card to another credit card. These cards usually have a 0% introductory rate, meaning you won’t pay any interest on the balance transferred for a set period of time (but there may be a balance transfer fee – see below). Normal interest rates apply after the introductory period.
Balance transfer fee
When you move your balance onto your new card, a fee will be applied. This is usually calculated as a percentage of the balance you want to transfer (typically 3%). This charge is then added to the balance owed.
An introductory rate is a typically low or 0% rate that is offered on new cards by the card issuer for a specified period.