With hundreds of deals available from a huge range of providers, the credit card market can be confusing to navigate.
Last month we launched the Which? Money Compare credit card comparison tables to give consumers a transparent and impartial way to compare all the best credit card deals from all providers in one place.
These tables include Which?’s unique customer satisfaction ratings, revealing how thousands of people rate the quality of the service delivered by a credit card provider.
Now we can reveal which credit cards have attracted the most applications since the tables were introduced.
Here are the five most popular credit card deals among users of our comparison tables.
Five most popular credit cards
#1 Saga Platinum Credit Card
This credit card is only available to over 50s, but it offers a reasonable 0% purchases deal and good ongoing purchase APR. Cardholders pay no fees on purchases made overseas.
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#2 Post Office Platinum 18 Month Balance Transfer Card
This credit card charges no fees on purchases made overseas or on travel money purchased from the Post Office. Customers pay 0% interest on balance transfers for 18 months and on purchases for three months.
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#3 Halifax Clarity Credit Card
This credit card has a competitive rate for purchases, cash withdrawals and balance transfers. It also charges no fees for overseas use.
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#4 Tesco Bank Clubcard Credit Card for Purchases
Customers are likely to be attracted to this card’s lengthy 0% purchases deal. They can also earn loyalty points redeemable with Tesco and partnering retailers.
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#5 Santander 123 Credit Card
Cardholders can get cashback at a huge range of supermarkets and department stores, as well as on petrol and public transport. The card has an annual fee of £24 but this is waived for 123 current account customers for the first year.
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