Credit cards from Saga and Barclaycard were among the most viewed deals on Which? Money Compare in the first six months of 2017.
Cards offering cashback, rewards and and fee-free overseas spending make up the top five deals.
The Which? Money Compare credit card tables let you search hundreds of cards from providers large and small to choose a great deal based on the quality of service as well as cost and benefits.
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The five most popular credit cards of the year
For each card, we’ve included a link to the Which? Money Compare credit card tables where you can find more details.
5. Barclaycard Platinum Travel Credit Card – Which? Customer Score 66%
There are no non-sterling transaction fees on your foreign spend and ATM withdrawals abroad until 31 August 2022 with this credit card. But an APR of 18.9% is charged on purchases and 27.9% interest on your ATM withdrawals home and abroad.
Click the link to find out more about the Barclaycard Platinum Travel card.
4. Debenhams Mastercard – Which? Customer Score 51%
This card offers rewards for spending. You earn three points for every £1 spent at Debenhams and Debenhams.com, one point for every £2 you spend elsewhere. When you get to 500 points, you receive a £5 reward voucher, with a 500 bonus points in your first statement, as well as discounts on spending. The card has an APR of 24.9%.
Click the link to find out more about the Debenhams credit card.
3. American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card – Which? Customer Score 72%
This card pays 5% cashback on your spending, to a total of £100 cashback, for the first three months of its card membership scheme. After the first three months, you’ll earn 1% cashback on all purchases if you spend over £5,001, and 0.5% cashback if you spend up to £5,000.
Click on the link to find out more about the Amex Cashback Credit Card.
2. Halifax Clarity Credit Card – Which? Customer Score 68%
This credit card is tailor-made for use overseas, charging no fees for purchases or cash withdrawals while you’re abroad. The card’s APR is 18.9%.
Click on the link to find out more about the Halifax Clarity Credit Card.
1. Saga Over 50s Platinum Credit Card – Which? Customer Score 69%
A former Recommended Provider, Saga’ Platinum card is similar to that offered by Halifax in that it charges no foreign-loading fees for use overseas. The APR is 11.9% and the card offers a 0% deal on purchases and balance transfers for the first nine months, though balance transfers come with a 3% fee.
Click on the link to find out more about the Saga Platinum Credit Card.
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