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Esbank Credit Card Balance Transfer calculator

Balance transfers at 0% must be made within 3 months from account opening.

How much could you save?

Just use the sliders, and on the right you’ll see how much you could save by transferring your balance to us.

You could save £0.00 by transferring this balance to Esbank, assuming no additional charges are made

Savings summary

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Total savings:

The savings figures indicate the interest savings over the stated 0% introductory periods compared to your current APR. If applicable, a balance transfer fee of 2.4% (minimum £5) is included. The calculator assumes a constant account balance and interest charged from account opening.

*Introductory rates apply from the date the account is opened. Balance transfers at 0% must be made within 3 months from account opening and are subject to a fee of 2.4% (minimum £5). Esbank reserves the right to withdraw, vary or extend these offers at any time. If you already hold a Esbank credit card or have closed one in the last 12 months you will not be eligible for the introductory offers.

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