A look at Alliance and Leister Credit Cards
Alliance and Leicester is definitely one of most popular and reputable financial institutions in the UK. It was started in 1985 and until recently was one of the biggest banks in the UK. It was later acquired by Santander UK. The bank became known as Alliance and Leicester after the merger of Alliance Building Society and Leicester Building Society. There are many financial operations conducted by Alliance and Leicester to date including treasury, personal banking, commercial banking, investing and lending among others. The crediting service of their bank is however the most profitable institution of the bank as a whole.
There are great offers in Alliance and Leicester credit cards including special offers for card holders and flexible rates. Alliance and Leicester cards are also commonly known as Santander cards. There are two major Alliance and Leicester credit cards to look out for. These are the regular credit card and the Zero credit card. For the regular credit card, it works much like most credit cards available today. There are however some added advantages. One is that this particular credit card has 0% interest rates on a number of transactions as well as a waived annual fee. This means that you do not pay any annual fee. There is an additional 0% fee rate for bank transfer for the initial 13 months after opening an account. There is also a 0% fee rate for any purchases made using the credit card for at least three months after opening an account with the bank. The next credit card worth note is the Zero credit card. This particular credit card has more 0% rates as compared to the regular credit card although the APR rates are notably higher. There are also no annual fees for the zero credit card as well as special waives for certain transactions such as cash advance fees and foreign exchange.