TSB Platinum Balance Transfer Card Cashback & Offers
Representative APR 19.9%
Subject to application and status. The terms of your product may differ from this example.
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28 Months Balance Transfer Card: Representative APR 19.9% (variable). Subject to Status, 18+, UK only, T&Cs apply.
+ £20 Cashback
Online cashback rates
for a 28 Months Balance Transfer Card
More about TSB Platinum Balance Transfer Card
This card offers you our current LONGEST balance transfer period of 28 months with a 2.95% fee for balance transfers made in the first 90 days.
Consolidate your debts and save money on existing card balances, by transferring them to this card and get 0% on purchases for 3 months
0% interest on purchases for the first three months*
0% interest for up to 28 months on balance transfers made within the first 90 days of account opening**
2.95% balance transfer fee during the first 90 days
Representative Example 19.9% APR (variable) based on borrowing £1200 over 12 months. Purchase rate 19.95% p.a. (variable). Credit limit and interest rates will vary based on your individual circumstances
Interest charged from the date of transaction
Can be used with Apple Pay and Google Pay
Manage your credit card account online with TSB’s mobile app and Internet Banking
To remain eligible for promotional rates you must stay within your credit limit and make your payments on time each month.
As with all credit cards, there are fees and charges for certain transactions, such as using your card abroad, making a cash withdrawal ^, missing a payment or going over your credit limit.
*Purchases exclude cash advances, gambling transactions and payment protection premium
**Minimum balance transfer is £100 and maximum is 95% of your credit limit. UK cards only (excluding TSB credit cards). Balances must be transferred within 90 days of opening the account. If you don’t pay off your debt in full, any payments you make will pay off transactions charging the highest rate of interest first, and so on down to the lowest rate of interest in the following order: Cash Withdrawals, Purchases, Balance Transfers and Cheques, followed by default charges.
^Cash withdrawals means cash withdrawals, advances made by Card or Card number, gambling transactions, purchases of currency and cash related transactions, such as the purchase of travellers cheques, money orders or gaming chips.