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During the month of May, the credit cards for all six clubs will offer eligible new customers zero percent interest on balance transfers and money transfers for up to 29 months from account opening. The offer applies to transfers made within the first 90 days (a 2.89 percent handling fee applies to balance transfers and a 4.00 percent fee applies to money transfers).
The six new credit cards also offer a range of rewards for
The cards are available for consumers to apply for now at http://www.mbna.co.uk/choose-credit-card/?card-table=football.
Anyone making an application for the new credit card offers can use
Once a full application is completed, an online application decision could be made in minutes and the football club credit card delivered within 10 days.
The offers are available on all applications received by Saturday,
Representative example 18.9% p.a. variable on card purchases. Equivalent to 18.9% APR representative variable based on a credit limit of
 Credit is available, subject to status, only to
 Eligibility for the credit cards depend upon circumstances and the results of the eligibility checker. The product, APR and promotional offer may vary from the example.
Editor and supplementary notes:
The information contained in this press release is intended solely for journalists and should not be used by consumers to make financial decisions. Any consumer interested in learning more about any of this product should visit http://www.mbna.co.uk for full terms and conditions.
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