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Asda unveils credit card paying 2% cashback

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Asda has launched a new credit card offering 2% cashback on spending at the supermarket and 1% on other purchases.

The Cashback Plus Card comes with a £3 monthly fee and the cashback is paid in the form of Asda vouchers.

The card offers 0% interest on balance transfers for 15 months and 0% interest for six months on all purchases of £200 or more.

It has a rate of 26.2% APR representative including monthly fees.

Asda also offers a fee-free Cashback Credit Card offering 1% cashback in the form of vouchers on all spending at the supermarket and 0.5% on other purchases.

Again there is 0% interest for six months on all purchases, as long as you spend £200 or more, but this time 0% balance transfers for 12 months.

This card has a rate of 19.9% APR representative.

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