Rewards credit card
With Barclaycard Rewards, you can start earning rewards when you use your credit card. That’s because you earn cashback on every pound you spend on new purchases.
If you use your credit card regularly, a rewards card is an easy way to earn cashback – from buying your lunch to booking a holiday.
We’ve also introduced a new benefit to all Barclaycard Visa credit cards called Barclaycard Cashback Rewards. It gives you up to 15% cashback when you shop at a range of participating retailers - and that’s on top of any cashback you already earn. To turn it on and start earning, all you have to do is register your card for free. T&Cs apply.
With your new Barclaycard, you can get Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade free for up to five months. Continues as paid subscription after trial. UK only, T&Cs apply
Earn cash back on every pound you spend.
The cashback is paid directly into your account. This will be credited annually to your statement or on your request. So you can get a little something back just by using the card.
- 0.25% cashback on your everyday spend* - on new purchases that you make. Terms and conditions apply which you can find in the ‘How do I earn cashback?’ section below
- No fees abroad – you’ll be able to withdraw cash from an ATM or buy your souvenirs without any charges and benefit from Visa’s competitive exchange rate
- Get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade with your new Barclaycard. Continues as paid subscription after trial. UK only, T&Cs apply.
Representative example - most accepted customers get
- Representative APR
- 22.9% APR (variable)
- Purchase rate
- 22.9% p.a. (variable)
- £1,200 credit limit
- Annual Fee
- No annual fee
The approval of your application depends on your financial circumstances and borrowing history. The interest rates may differ from those shown.
Rewards Cards FAQs
How do I earn cashback?
*You’ll earn cashback on new purchases that you make. You won’t earn cashback on balance transfers, money transfers, cash withdrawals, buying currency or traveller’s cheques, or any cash-like transactions you make such as money orders or wire transfers. It also doesn’t include gaming-related transactions such as gambling, betting and buying lottery tickets.