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HALIFAX ALL IN ONE CREDIT CARD
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The Halifax All in One Credit Card offers a fantastic 0% for 10 months on purchases and on balances transferred within the first 90 days (3% balance transfer fee applies). A typical rate of 15.9% APR (variable). You could start saving today with one of these Credit Cards.
Advantages
1. 0% for the first 10 months on balance transfers made in the first 90 days (3% fee).
2. 0% for the first 10 months on purchases with your Halifax All In One Credit Card - helping you spread the cost of your purchases.
3. Choice of 5 card colours - Black, Pink, Blue, Red, White
Disadvantages
1. 15.9% APR typical variable is average; 2. Balances transferred from other Halifax or Bank of Scotland cards are not eligible for the 0% balance transfer offer.
Services
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 17.9%
Representative Example:
Assumed borrowing of 1,200; Representative 15.9% APR (variable); Standard interest rate for purchases: 15.9% p.a. (variable) Address: The Mound, Edinburgh EH1 1YZ
Credit Limit: £25,000.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 12 Months
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 12 Months
        
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Halifax All In One Credit Card (Which Way To Pay - 25/7/2008)
Halifax All In One Credit Card is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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