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Virgin Money Credit Cards

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We know that different people have different needs. So whether you're looking to get a better deal on your balance, free up some cash in your current account, or just get a smart deal on your everyday spending we have a great pack of cards for you to pick from.

Credit limits will vary based on your individual circumstances.

 
  • Pick the perfect card to suit your needs from our balance transfer, purchase credit cards and more
  • No nasty surprises. Use Card Checker to see your chances of being accepted.
  • Access to a great range of Virgin offers
  • Sit back and relax with free coffee and WiFi in our customer lounges. Your card is your key!

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What is a balance transfer?

A balance transfer allows you to move part or all of the balance of another credit card or store card to your Virgin Money Credit Card.

If you have existing high interest credit or store cards, transferring any outstanding balances to your Virgin Money Credit Card could save you money (fees apply). You will not be able to transfer a balance from another card we issue and you cannot use your card to repay a loan, overdraft or mortgage issued by Virgin Money.

Transferring other debts to this card and paying only the minimum amount due each month may lower your overall monthly debt repayments, but it may take longer and cost you more to repay what you owe. Other lenders may charge a fee for settling a loan early.

Balance transfers can be made only to a UK account in the primary card holders name.

What is a money transfer?

A money transfer is a feature of the Virgin Money Credit Card. It allows you to transfer funds straight into your bank or building society account.

Whether you want to transfer funds to pay off an overdraft with a higher interest rate, or free up some money for home improvements, you can transfer money from your Virgin Money Credit Card directly into your own bank or building society account.

A transaction fee may apply and you will need to request your money transfer within the first 60 days of opening your account to receive the introductory promotional offer.

Transferring funds from this card and paying only the minimum payment amount due each month may lower your overall monthly debt repayments, but it may take you longer and cost you more to repay what you owe. Other lenders may charge a fee for settling a loan early.

Money transfers can be made only to a UK account in the account holders name.

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If we do not receive the minimum payment when it is due or you go over your credit limit, we will withdraw the promotional rate with effect from the start of that statement period. When a promotional rate ends or is withdrawn, we charge the current standard interest rate that applies to that transaction.

You will not be able to transfer a balance from another Virgin Money Credit Card and should not use your card to repay other borrowing from Virgin Money.

Credit is available, subject to status, only to UK residents aged 18 or over.

Calls are charged at your service provider’s prevailing rate and may be monitored and recorded.

The Virgin Money Credit Card is issued by Virgin Money plc – Registered in England and Wales (Company No: 6952311). Registered office – Jubilee House, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 4PL. Virgin Money plc is Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.

Virgin Money plc subscribes to the Lending Code which is monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board. Click here for your copy of the Lending Code Link opens in a new window .