Compare Visa credit cards

These Visa credit cards offer a flexible and secure way to pay and are recognised internationally.

Find the cards most likely to say yes

See which cards you are most likely to be accepted for without affecting your credit score.

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Barclaycard Platinum Balance Transfer & Purchase Credit Card
Balance transfers
0% for 20 months with a 2.9% fee
Purchases
0% for 21 months
Representative APR (variable)
21.9% APR
Sign up for a Barclaycard and get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade. Continues as paid subscription after trial ends. UK only, T&Cs apply.
Transfer a balance within 60 days of opening an account to get the 0% deal; otherwise the rate will be 21.9% p.a. variable with no fee.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 21.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 21.9% (variable).
Eligibility
Credit Ratinggood
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£3,000
UK Resident
Barclaycard Platinum Balance Transfer (15 Mths)
Balance transfers
0% for 15 months with no fee
Purchases
0% for 6 months
Representative APR (variable)
21.9% APR
Sign up for a Barclaycard and get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade. Continues as paid subscription after trial ends. UK only, T&Cs apply.
Transfer a balance within 60 days of opening an account to get the 0% deal; otherwise the rate will be 21.9% p.a. variable with no fee.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 21.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 21.9% (variable).
Eligibility
Credit Ratinggood
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£3,000
UK Resident
Barclaycard Forward Credit Card
Balance transfers
33.9% p.a. variable
Purchases
0% for 3 months
Representative APR (variable)
33.9% APR
Sign up for a Barclaycard and get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade. Continues as paid subscription after trial ends. UK only, T&Cs apply.
The rate shown here is the rate you will receive if accepted for the card. Not available to applicants who already have a Barclaycard credit card.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 33.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 33.9% (variable).
Eligibility
CCJs Allowedonly one allowed
Credit Ratingpoor
History of Bankruptcyfalse
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£3,000
UK Resident
HSBC Balance Transfer Credit Card
Balance transfers
0% for 20 months with no fee
Purchases
21.9% p.a. variable
Representative APR (variable)
21.9% APR
Transfer a balance within 60 days of opening an account to get the 0% deal; otherwise the rate will be 21.9% p.a. variable with no fee.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 21.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 21.9% (variable).
Eligibility
Credit Ratinggood
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£6,800
UK Resident
Barclaycard Platinum Balance Transfer (24 Mths)
Balance transfers
0% for 24 months with a 0.9% fee
Purchases
0% for 6 months
Representative APR (variable)
21.9% APR
Sign up for a Barclaycard and get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade. Continues as paid subscription after trial ends. UK only, T&Cs apply.
Transfer a balance within 60 days of opening an account to get the 0% deal; otherwise the rate will be 21.9% p.a. variable with no fee.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 21.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 21.9% (variable).
Eligibility
Credit Ratinggood
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£3,000
UK Resident
Barclaycard Rewards Credit Card
Balance transfers
22.9% p.a. variable
Purchases
22.9% p.a. variable
Representative APR (variable)
22.9% APR
Sign up for a Barclaycard and get up to five months free of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Arcade. Continues as paid subscription after trial ends. UK only, T&Cs apply.
Representative Example: The standard interest rate on purchases is 22.9% p.a. (variable), so if you borrow £1,200 the Representative APR will be 22.9% (variable).
Eligibility
Credit Ratinggood
Minimum Age18 years
Minimum Income£3,000
UK Resident

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Last updated: 30 July 2021

What is a Visa card?

A Visa card is a safe way to pay for things, all around the world.

If you spend using a Visa card, Visa is the company that sends the money to the business you’re buying something from.

Visa doesn't supply the credit cards. And it doesn’t charge you anything for using a Visa credit card or Visa debit card. In fact, Visa doesn't deal directly with customers at all – it only deals with the banks.

With a debit card, you’re spending the money that you have in your bank account. In contrast, a credit card is a plastic card that gives you access to credit that you can spend. Credit is similar to a loan, but the money doesn’t arrive in your bank account as a lump sum. Instead, it’s loaded onto a credit card for you to use as you please.

Visa credit card FAQs

If you apply online it should take about ten minutes and you usually get an instant decision. Applying by post or in a branch takes longer.

It usually takes around ten days for your card to arrive once you have applied. Here is how long it can take and how to speed up the process.

Credit cards come with a range of charges, but these are set by your credit card company, not Visa. Here is how to avoid them.

Debit cards are linked to your bank account, using your balance to pay for things. Credit card spending lets you borrow money and pay it back later.

You can use a Visa card in person (in shops, restaurants or other businesses), online, by phone, by mail order, in other countries or in ATMs.

Yes, credit card providers each offer their own protection services as well as Section 75 and the Chargeback scheme.

About our credit cards comparison

Our comparison tables include providers we have commercial arrangements with. The number of listings in our tables can vary depending on the terms of those arrangements, as well as other market developments. They are all from lenders regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Here is more information about how our website works.

We have commercial agreements with some of the companies in this comparison and get paid commission if we help you take out one of their products or services. Find out more here.

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