The MBNA Standard Credit Card (Credit Card)Visa Card
The MBNA Credit Card is the smart choice for competitive interest rates along with online account management and a 24-hour service line. This card will give you spending power plus greater security against fraud.
Location: Ireland
1. Get up to 58 days interest free on card purchases
2. Money transfers - For a cash boost transfer money from your credit card to current account. This is a great way to purchase those larger items such as a holiday or car.
3. Balance transfers - A good way to consolidate all your outstanding card balances onto one card with one monthly payment. No transfer fee.
4. No annual fee
1. This Credit Card has no annual fee. However, there is a stamp duty charged by the Government on all Irish Credit Cards.
1. 24 hour customer service helpline wherever you are worldwide, whenever you need them, our customer satisfaction representatives are just a phone call away
2. Flexible payment options including Direct Debit and BillPay at the Post Office.
3. Greater protection for online shopping with '3D Secure', plus 'Chip & PIN' card security when shopping in town.

APR: 21.4%
Credit Limit: 1,500
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: 0.00
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.4%
Balance Transfer: 1.9% (6 Months)
New Purchase: 16.9%

Rewards: N/A

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