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CHELSEA FC CREDIT CARD
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Gain reward points on top of a 12 months balance transfer rate of just 0% p.a. (3% Handling Fee) 0% p.a. on card purchases for three initial months. Club will benefit from a contribution paid by MBNA Europe Bank Limited, the card issuer, which will be invested in youth development and the Academy at Chelsea. Criteria for acceptance: You are currently employed, You are over 23 years of age, You are a homeowner, You have an income of over 20,000, You do not have any recent credit defaults (CCJ's, current arrears or missed payments) on credit cards / loans / mortgages, You are a resident in the UK and can prove residential addresses for the past two years.
Advantages
Introductory balance transfer rate of just 0% p.a. (3& handling fee)
0% p.a. on card purchases for three initial months
Earn loyalty points that can be used on the reward programme
Help your Club!
Disadvantages
16.9% APR is an average rate
Services
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 16.9%
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 12 Months
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 3 Months
        
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Chelsea FC Card (Which Way To Pay - 28/3/2008)
Chelsea FC Card is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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