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Balance transfer cards

If you want to avoid paying interest on a large credit card debt, then you're in the right place. This section of the site is dedicated to balance transfer credit cards. Here you'll find customer reviews of the cards and our comparison tables.

How to choose a balance transfer card wisely

There are a growing number of balance transfer credit cards on the market. Many of the products will come with deals and incentives, such as a 0% introductory rate. To make sure you get the best card for you, it pays to compare your options. A good place to start is our balance transfer card comparison table. If you want to research a provider or card in more detail, the balance transfer card product library will provide you with in-depth information and customer reviews.

Top introductory balance transfer cards by OPTIOSCORE
  • 1. Nationwide | Select Credit Card 62.6/100 Apply

  • 2. Nationwide | Credit Card 61.8/100 Apply

  • 3. HSBC Credit Card with Balance Transfer (32 months) 61.6/100 Apply

  • 4. Marks & Spencer | Transfer Plus credit card 58.4/100 Apply

  • 5. Santander | Everyday Credit Card 56.5/100 Apply
Top introductory balance transfer cards by review
  • 1. Marks & Spencer | Shopping Plus credit card
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  • 2. Marks & Spencer | Transfer Plus credit card
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  • 3. Lloyds | Avios Rewards credit card
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  • 4. Tesco | Balance transfer credit card
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  • 5. Tesco | Purchases credit card
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Top introductory balance transfer cards by price
  • 1. Nationwide | Select Credit Card 15.9% Apply

  • 2. Nationwide | Credit Card 17.9% Apply

  • 3. Marks & Spencer | Transfer Plus credit card 18.9% Apply

  • 4. Post Office Money® | Matched credit card 18.9% Apply

  • 5. Marks & Spencer | Shopping Plus credit card 18.9% Apply