Sainsbury Credit Card Products

It not only banks who can give you a great deal on credit cards anymore - big supermarket brands have jumped into the finance industry and brought out their own products, just as competitive as other cards. Sainsbury credit card products have four different types of cards to choose from, so you can pick the best card for you needs with specialist features and benefits.

You don't have to be a Sainsbury customer to apply for their credit cards, but you do need to have a fair credit rating. If you shop at Sainsbury or use any of their other products you could also receive money back incentives, saving deals and other benefits.


Sainsbury Nectar Credit Card

The Sainsbury Nectar credit card is the best card for people who frequently shop at Sainsbury. It offers two years of double Nectar points for customers at a 12.9 APR rate (variable depending on the customer applying for the card). There is no balance transfer fee but the 12.9% APR applies to most features of the card. The average credit limit for this card is around £1,200.


Sainsbury Balance Transfer Credit Card

This card, as the name suggests, is ideal for someone who wants to use the card for balance transfers. It offers 0% on balance transfers for 16 months and 0% on purchases for 3 months, but be aware that this is only an introductory offer and the rate then becomes 15.9% afterwards. You can't earn Nectar points with this card.


Sainsbury Credit Card

This is the standard credit card from Sainsbury with a combined balance transfer and purchases benefit. 0% on balance transfers for 12 months and 0% on purchases for 12 months, but a 16.9% APR after the introductory period.


Sainsbury Gold Credit Card

The gold credit card is designed for customers who travel a lot, as the card comes with great savings for holidays of up to £500. Balance transfers and purchases have a 9.89% p.a. variable and a general representative APR of 20.1%; there is no balance transfer fee but the card costs £5 per month to use.

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