Special Christmas offers on Halifax credit cards

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Special Christmas offers on Halifax credit cards

Halifax is urging customers to take advantage of its introductory offers this Christmas and use its credit cards for their seasonal spending.

The bank claims it has a Halifax credit card to suit the needs of every shopper this Christmas and is calling on customers to apply now in order to receive their cards in early December.

New research from the market analyst Mintel reveals that the average shopper is set to spend £351 on Christmas presents this year. And with 41 per cent of adults planning to do some online Christmas shopping, plastic will no doubt prove a popular way to pay for it all.

According to Halifax, its One Card, which offers either zero per cent interest for nine months on balance transfers and purchases with a typical APR of 9.9 per cent, or zero per cent for 12 months on balance transfers and purchases with a typical APR of 12.9 per cent, provides a great deal for customers this Christmas.

Peter Jackson, head of products at Halifax, said: "Many people may have already made their Christmas purchases on expensive store cards. Switching to a credit card with a zero per cent introductory offer on balance transfers could help them lower the overall cost of Christmas spends.

"Equally, shoppers who have yet to buy their Christmas presents could benefit from a card with an extended zero per cent deal on purchases - it's all about getting the right card for you."

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