Rated: The best credit cards for Christmas 2017

If you are looking to spread the cost of Christmas, or gain rewards for your seasonal shopping and extra consumer protection, then a credit card can be a great way to pay. As long as you can afford to repay the full credit balance before the interest charges kick in. That’s why credit cards with… Read more »

The great big Christmas spending guide 2015

Following on from the results of our Christmas spending survey, we’ve put our collective heads together to bring you our great big Christmas spending guide. Below you will find useful information on how to save money this Christmas – from the cheapest places to buy this year’s ‘must have’ toys, the best credit card deals… Read more »

9 incredibly simple ways to save money…

There are lots of ways you can start saving easy money – from sharing a bath with someone to making lipstick out of crayons and even hanging your used teabags out on the clothes line to be reused. If these seem a bit too extreme for you, then don’t worry – there’s plenty of other… Read more »

Shop securely online and stay debt free with a prepaid card

According to the British Retail Consortium (BRC), December 2013 saw a record amount of Christmas shopping done online, with a whopping £11 billion being spent. That’s nearly a 20% increase from December 2012 where £9 billion was exchanged over cyber space! Shopping from the comfort of your own home is so much easier than tackling… Read more »

How to get a credit card with bad credit

It is a common misconception that the only people who have problems getting a credit card are those with a bad record of repayments on finance deals. This is untrue. People who do not have a record for using credit will not show up in the search record of credit card companies therefore they will… Read more »

What’s The Difference Between Credit Cards and Prepaid Cards?

And why might you want to use one. These days, if you head out to the shops for some retail therapy, it’s likely that you’ll use a card to make your purchases. In fact, the number of people using cash to pay for items in everyday life is diminishing. According to the UK Cards Association,… Read more »