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SANTANDER 123 CASHBACK REWARD CREDIT CARD
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With the new Santander 123 Cashback Reward Credit Card, getting rewarded for the things you buy everyday is easy. Whenever you shop at the supermarket, spend in department stores, or fill up at a petrol station†, you'll earn a generous cashback reward, making the Santander 123 Cashback Reward Credit Card the smart way to pay. An annual fee applies. Before you apply for a credit card it is important that you consider your financial circumstances carefully. Work out which credit card is best for you. Read the terms and conditions.
Advantages
1. 0% for 1 months from account opening on new purchases
2. 0% for 1 months from account opening on balance transfer
3. 56 days interest free period for Purchases
4. 1% cashback on your supermarket
5. 2% cashback at your favourite department stores
6. 3% cashback when you fill up at major petrol stations
Disadvantages
1. A maximum spend of £300 on fuel purchases will be eligible for cashback each month (the period between your monthly statements). Once you have reached this maximum amount, any further fuel purchases that you make during that month will not qualify for cashback.
2. Purchases of financial services products (which include travellers' cheques, foreign currency, gift vouchers and insurance) made at a supermarket, department store or petrol station may not qualify for cashback.
3. You must have an income in excess of £7500
4. After one month 18.9% on new purchases and balance transfer
Acceptance Criteria
Before starting your application please ensure the following apply:
1. You are at least 18 years of age;
2. You have had a permanent UK address for at least the last 3 years;
3. You do not have a history of bad credit (in other words, county court judgements or bankruptcy);
4. You have an income in excess of £7,500.
You will need the following information when filling in your application:
1. All the addresses you have lived at for the last 3 years (including postcodes);
2. Employers address and postcode;
3. Details of your yearly income and monthly outgoings.
Services
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Cashback
Rate: 3% - 1% supermarket shopping, 2% department stores, 3% petrol station
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 22.8%
Representative Example:
Not available
Credit Limit: £1,200.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 1 month
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 1 month
Cash Advances: N/A
Rewards:
1. 1% cashback on your supermarket shopping Including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, The Co-operative, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer or Budgens and including online shopping with these retailers, too.
2. 2% cashback at your favourite department stores Including BHS, Debenhams, House of Fraser, John Lewis, Fenwick, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges plus many others and including online shopping with these retailers, too.
3. 3% cashback when you fill up at major petrol stations Including BP, Shell, Esso, Texaco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and many others (on spend up to £300 per month between your statement dates).
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