As an existing customer, you’re only a few steps away from seeing how much you could save with our balance transfer calculator.
Please remember, our calculator is just an example – your repayments, account activity and the way you manage your account will all have a bearing on your actual savings.
Our calculator gives you an estimate based on:
Please note – no other transactions will be taken into account and the estimate is also based on the assumption that you'll stay within the terms of the balance transfer offer.
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To help you, we've answered some common questions.
A balance transfer is when you move your balance from an existing credit or store card onto your Barclaycard. This can help you to keep all of your balances in one place, making managing your money that bit easier. Plus, with our interest-free offers you could take a breather from paying interest and save money too.
Don't forget, that you won’t be able to transfer a balance from another Barclaycard or from a store or credit card that’s from within the Barclays Group.
As long as you have a Balance Transfer offer on your account and enough available credit, you can transfer a balance to us at any time before the offer end date shown. Once you’ve made a transfer, you should continue making payments to your other lender/s until the balance shows on your Barclaycard statement.
You can transfer a minimum of £100 up to a maximum of 90% of your credit limit. If you’d like to transfer more than your current credit limit allows, just call us on 0800 161 5296 and we’ll see if we’re able to increase it for you.
To offer you greater flexibility and savings, we regularly offer interest-free or promotional balance transfer rates, for varying periods of time. There may be a one-off handling fee to pay when you make a balance transfer, which is usually a percentage of the amount you’re transferring. You’ll find details about specific promotional offers available to you in your Barclaycard online servicing . Until you repay your transferred balance in full, you will incur interest on all your purchases at your standard purchase rate. This applies even if you repay your monthly spend in full each month.
Managing your balance transfers is easy with a Barclaycard account, our convenient online account service. It’s quick to register, simply fill in your credit card details, credit limit and a few personal details. Once you’re logged in:
We will use your payments to pay down your balance in this order:
You can choose how much to pay each month but should always make at least the minimum payment by the due date. You’ll find this information on your monthly statement. You can also pay more than the minimum amount to reduce your balance sooner. This can help you save money by paying less interest at the end of your promotional period when your balance is charged at your standard rate.
If you don’t make your minimum monthly payment by the agreed upon due date, or if you ever exceed your credit limit, you’ll lose your promotional rate and incur the standard purchase rate.
Until you repay your transferred balance in full, you will incur interest on all your purchases at your standard rate. This applies even if you repay your monthly spend in full each month. Remember, your simple standard rate moves up and down in line with the Bank of England Base Rate.
The transfer will reach your other lender by the end of the next working day after you make your request. It may take longer if we receive your request outside business hours (on a weekday after 7pm, or any time at the weekend or on a bank holiday). Occasionally we may have to make additional checks, for example, if we need to make sure that your request genuinely came from you. If this is the case, there may be a delay but we will process the transfer as quickly as we can.
If you prefer to do things over the phone, give us a call on 0800 161 5296 and we’ll be able to set up your balance transfer for you.
Make sure you’ve read our balance transfer terms and conditions before you apply.