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MBNA Credit Cards

MBNA is the name behind some of the biggest brand credit cards in the world so, even if they don’t realise it, many consumers will be carrying an MBNA card in their wallets. However, MBNA also has a number of self-branded cards, including the AAdvantage card and MileagePlus card. From cashback and rewards to low rate and subprime credit cards, MBNA - under one of its range of brands - will have a credit card to suit you.

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If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 18.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable).

Guide to MBNA credit cards

Millions of people in the UK are likely to have an MBNA card without even being aware of it. Having been established for over 30 years, MBNA was founded in America during the early 1980s and is now globally one of the most prominent credit card brands.

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In the 1990s the credit card lender moved into the UK and Ireland and in 2006 it became the European credit card arm of Bank of America, one of the largest financial institutions in the world.

MBNA now boasts a large portfolio of credit cards, including self-branded cards; the Platinum credit card, Everyday credit card and Low Rate credit card.

The Platinum card offers 36 months interest free on balance transfers. The Everyday card gives users 22 months 0% interest on balance transfers and 16 months interest free on purchases. The Low Rate credit card charges users a fixed interest rate of 6.5% for the life of a balance.

MBNA also has many different co-branded credit cards. It's responsible for providing cards to various airlines, football and rugby clubs as well as charities such as the RSPCA and the National Trust.


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We've taken the details you gave, and used them to show you personalised scores to tell you the chance that your application for each card would be successful.

Why is this important?

Every time you apply for a credit card, a mark is left on your credit score. That means it's better get it right first time. Your scores help you understand which cards you have the strongest chance of getting.

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The higher the score, the stronger chance you have of getting the card. If you see a very low score, you're probably better off choosing a different card.

Consider a different card Not eligible 1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10 Your chances are good 6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 9.5/10 You've been pre approved

If you see a high score, you can be fairly confident. The scores aren't a guarantee, as acceptance of your application is at the sole discretion of the card issuer, but they should help guide your choice.

If you see a pre-approved score it may be subject to you passing additional fraud checks by the provider.

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In some cases, we will not be able to display a score for a product because we do not have enough information about the card issuer’s acceptance criteria or we have not been able to match your details at the credit bureau.

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