‘Beat My Card’: Save £100s on your Credit Card, and Win an iPad!

May 23, 2012   //   by Keith McDonald   //   Credit Cards, Credit Guides, Latest Which4U Updates, Money Saving Tips  //  Comments Off on ‘Beat My Card’: Save £100s on your Credit Card, and Win an iPad!
  • Save £100s by switching your credit card.
  • In 3 easy steps, the new Beat My Card calculator compares your card against the market and lists up to 3 better cards.
  • Win an iPad just by trying out the new feature!

As banks brace themselves for a fall-out from the crisis in Greece, the impact has been visible on personal finance products. Mortgage rates have hiked, while savings accounts and ISAs have plummeted. Hardly promising for a nation already in the grip of recession.

Credit cards stand out as the sole category of products that isn’t currently in meltdown. Which4U has come up with an ideal device that could help you make substantial savings on your credit card: the ‘Beat My Card’ credit card savings calculator.

‘Beat My Card’: Save £100s by Switching Credit Cards

The ‘Beat My Card’ savings tool allows a user to find out how much they could save if they switched their current credit card to a better one.

In 3 easy steps, and taking just 1 minute to complete, the calculator provides an incisive credit card comparison.

Using current specs from Which4U’s database, it accounts for a surprising number of variables, including offer periods, monthly spending, monthly payments, and any prospective balance transfers, and delivers the details of up to three credit cards that offer the best savings.

With just a few clicks of a button, the calculator will provide the details of up to three credit cards that would offer the best savings. Check out the example below.

Which4U Editor’s Verdict:

This deceptively detailed credit card savings tool is packaged in a user-friendly way. Most existing tools are convoluted; are far more interested in farming personal information; and aren’t able to factor in your current credit card with its existing offers.

There’s not a lot that matches up to this ‘Beat My Card’ tool for efficiency. It only takes a minute to fill in, and gives a user plenty of good options to consider. The end results represent a two-year scenario, so they need to be halved to show the estimated annual saving. Still, anywhere approaching three-figures in savings is significant during these straitened times.

Win an iPad!

As an added bonus, the first 5,000 users to submit a comparison – by or beyond the 1st August – will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad 2.

Give the new ‘Beat My Card’ feature a try. It’s quick and straightforward; there’s nothing to lose, and potentially major gains to be found.

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