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UK members over 50-Credit and debit cards save money


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  • Added on: August 17th, 2010
Since Nationwide have decided to increase the fee on their credit card from 0% for worldwide use to 1% on purchases
and they're charging a higher fee for withdrawing your money on the Flexi account 2% plus £1 per transaction, purchases 2% fee.

thought I'd check out the UK market

Saga credit card for the over 50s is working out a cheaper.
You have 0% fee on purchases worldwide 2 % fee on withdrawing cash and if paid off in full monthly no interest.
This as to be the best deal on the market for the over 50s.. I've never know it be cheaper to withdraw money on a credit card than using a debit card.

We have applied for ours and I have told Nationwide they need to get to grips or there is going to be a whole lot of folk moving.

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