Applying for a credit card with uSwitch is easy – our tables and guides can help put you on the right track
When applying for a new credit card, you’ll need to have a good idea of what you’ll be using it for.
It’s important to decide whether the new card will be used for spending, transferring a balance, building up a credit rating or more.
There are many credit card types on the market, so if you already know the kind you’re looking for, use our credit card tables to see all the best deals.
If you’re not sure which type of card is right for you, our impartial guides will help you understand the key differences.
The uSwitch credit card tables
All our current top credit card deals are listed by type – ideal if you already know what sort of card you’re looking for.
If you need a bit of help, try reading the help text at the top and bottom of each table explaining how each card type works.
Our credit card categories are as follows:
- 0% balance transfer credit cards
- 0% purchase credit cards
- Cashback credit cards
- Reward credit cards
- Airline credit cards
- Bad credit and credit builder credit cards
- Travel credit cards
Click on the name of any category type for more information and for the top credit cards in that area.
Choosing a credit card provider
When you’ve compared the cards in your chosen category and decided on one, you’ll need to click the ‘Apply’ button – this will take you to the website of your chosen credit card provider where you’ll be able to go through your application.
Before applying, make sure you meet the card provider’s eligibility criteria. This varies from card to card, but generally includes details on your age, income, and credit rating.
If you already have a credit card with one particular provider, you may not be eligible for their other cards.
After your application has been fully processed, the provider will contact you directly to let you know if you’ve been accepted.
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