Sainsbury’s Finance has extended the 0% introductory period on the Sainsbury’s credit card by seven months. The deal, which originally launched with a three month 0% interest period, gives card holders a typical APR of 15.9%, dropping 1% from 16.9, in comparison to the average credit rate of 18%. The supermarket giant is also offering 0% on all balance transfers for ten months too, although it is subject to a 3% fee.
The announcement comes hot on the heels of a report that noted the fact that most credit card providers have slashed the number of 0% deals on offer due to the credit crunch. Cardholders can also enjoy other benefits, including no annual fee, and fraud protection that covers customers at home, online and abroad.
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