Thursday, February 22, 2007

Mint Credit Cards

If you live in the UK and are looking for a credit card, the Mint Credit Card could be just what you are looking for. Mint offers credit cards with 0% on purchases and balance transfers until December 1, 2007, 0% bonus offer until August 1, 2008, on balance transfers done in February 2008, typical 16.9% APR, up to £7500 credit limit and several other fantastic options.

MINT introduced the Mint credit card in 2003. The card was offered as two versions, a standard credit card and the MC2 card which has the bottom right-hand corner removed. This was the first change to the shape of credit cards in the UK for 37 years.

Mint also offers gift cards, which were first launched in September 2006. It is basically a pre-paid credit card that you can give as a gift. Giving this card as a gift gives the recipient the option of shopping in whatever store he or she chooses rather then being tied down to just one particular store. Gift cards can be given in amounts ranging from £10 to £250, can be personalized with a special message and the recipient can keep track of the balance by signing up for text message alerts.

If you are interested in learning more, visit the MINT website today.

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