With the An Post credit card, you can transfer another card balance over and have a long 0% interest free period.
Just make the minimum monthly payment on time and stay within your credit limit to get the introductory rate.
Having an extended interest free period could enable you to clear your balance without paying any interest at all.
You can do a quick eligibility check which indicates whether you’re eligible to apply for a card and what your credit limit is likely to be.
Next, you’ll need to complete an online application which will determine the interest rate you’re offered. To do this, you’ll also need proof of your:
All documents must be uploaded online once you’ve been approved for the card. You’ll be sent a link via email which takes you straight to the An Post Money document hub.
It’s worth comparing the An Post credit card with other credit cards that may have features that suit you better.
An Post Money is a division of An Post which has over 900 Post Offices across Irish communities.
They offer a full suite of financial products including loans, current accounts, credit cards, travel money and state savings.
They aim to simplify money, offering different ways to pay and track your money on the go or use a local post office branch to pay a bill or transfer money.
The An Post Money credit card is underwritten by Avantcard DAC and you’ll need to agree to the privacy notice shown on the Avant Money website.
You can transfer up to 95% of your credit limit.
You have 90 days from opening the account to benefit from the balance transfer offer.
It takes one to two working days to process a balance transfer, depending on the day and time.
If you make the transfer before 2.30pm on a weekday, it will take one day. Transfers made either after 2.30pm, or on weekends and bank holidays will take two days.
It takes one to two working days to transfer funds from your credit card to your current account, depending on the day and time.
If you make the transfer before 2.30pm on a weekday, the funds will arrive in one day. Money transfers made either after 2.30pm, or on weekends and bank holidays will take two days to arrive in your current account.