In this article we review the Post Office Money Classic credit card, which offers interest-free balance transfer and purchase offers for those with less-than-perfect credit scores
Key facts about the Post Office Money Classic credit card
Best for: Those with little or a poor credit history looking for a balance transfer offer
Introductory offer: Up to 12 months interest-free in purchases and up to 18 months on balance transfers, depending on circumstances
Representative APR: 19.9%-34.9% variable, depending on circumstances
Fees: No annual fee, 2.9% balance transfer fee
- Perks: No specific perks
Pros of the Post Office Money Classic credit card
- The introductory offers or interest-free periods on balance transfers and purchases are attractive when compared with what is on offer from rival cards
- Although there are a range of APRs available, subject to status, they all stack up favourably when compared with other credit builder cards
- You could be given a credit limit of up to £8,000, although the minimum credit limit is just £200
Cons of the Post Office Money Classic credit card
- It is unclear at the outset as to what APR, credit limit and interest-free offers you are likely to be offered
- There is a balance transfer fee of 2.9%, although there isn't an annual fee
How to manage your payments on the Post Office Money Classic credit card
Cardholders can manage their accounts online
How to apply for the Post Office Money Classic credit card
Applicants should first complete an eligibility checker, which will give you an indication of whether you are likely to be accepted and the credit limit and APR you will be offered
Alternatives to the Post Office Money Classic credit card
For other options, read our article "Best credit card in the UK"
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