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Martin Lewis: Best 0 per cent credit card deal set to end TODAY - apply now or lose out - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMartin Lewis: Best 0 per cent credit card deal set to end TODAY - apply now or lose outExpress.co.ukMartin Lewis appeared on Good Morning Britain yesterday to urge Britons to apply for the best credit card deal on the market, ending today. The expert will ... 19.9 per cent rep APR. 4. Never withdraw cash or spend on the card as it's not at the 0 per ...09-11-2018

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Martin Lewis: Best 0 per cent credit card deal set to end TODAY - apply now or lose out
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Martin Lewis appeared on Good Morning Britain yesterday to urge Britons to apply for the best credit card deal on the market, ending today. The expert will ... 19.9 per cent rep APR. 4. Never withdraw cash or spend on the card as it's not at the 0 per ...

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