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An award winning credit card
The Asda Money Credit Card
Get 5% cashback when you take out a selected Asda Money insurance product^^ using your Asda Money Credit Card
1% cashback on your Asda shopping & Asda fuel
- 0.5% cashback everywhere else
- 0% on Balance Transfer for 12 months**
- Tap and go with contactless payments
- 0% on purchases over £200 for 6 months at George.com°
- Apply for a credit card quickly online today!
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Get cashback wherever you shop (Representative 18.9% APR Variable)
Get 5% cashback on selected Asda Money products^^
Like the sound of 5% cashback? If you have an Asda Money Credit Card, and use it to buy one of our selected products, you’ll get 5% cashback as a big thank you for choosing Asda again. Earn 5% cashback on these great products:
- Home Insurance
- Pet Insurance
- Annual Travel Insurance
- UK or European Breakdown Cover
- Van Insurance (excludes any other policies bought through the Asda Comparison Service)
- Car Insurance (excludes any other policies bought through the Asda Comparison Service)
At Asda Money it's our mission to save you money every day.
To help do this we're offering our award-winning credit card* that gives you cashback on everything you spend. Getting your credit card cash back is easy, just check your statement the following month.
The Asda Money Credit Card now comes with the ability to make contactless payments. This makes purchases with your card quicker and easier. Simply tap your card over a CHIP and PIN terminal.
Get your Asda Travel Money with your Asda Money Credit Card and you won’t pay a penny in fees. Buy your holiday money with Asda online, over the phone or at one of our in-store Travel Money Bureaux to take advantage of our no fee offer+
*Card & Payment Awards 2013 Winner Best Affinity or Co-Branded Card ProgrammeApply now
1% cashback on all your Asda shopping online, in-store and fuel
0.5% cashback everywhere else, too
- No annual fee
- Balance transfer credit cards? Check our available offer**
- Easy online account management
- Get up to 50 days interest-free credit^
- Quick and easy to apply online - instant decision and paperless process
- ‘Contactless payments’ make buying things with your card quicker and easier by using radio frequency identification
- Accepted at 33 million locations
- 0% on purchases over £200 for 6 months at George.com and Asda Direct°
- Before you apply
ASDA Money Credit Card Eligibility Criteria
Let’s just check...
- You're 18 or over
- You have a UK bank or building society account (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man)
- You're a permanent resident in the UK (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man)
- You're able to give us at least one telephone number
- Have a minimum household income of £10,000†
†Total household income is the combined gross annual income (pre tax) of you and your partner living at the same address. This includes, salary, pensions, rental income, benefits, interest and dividends etcApply now
- Manage your account
Easy online account management
Manage your Asda Money Credit Card online, wherever you are, whatever the time.
- Check your balance
- Check credit card statements and most recent transactions
- Check your most up-to-date cashback
- Set up Direct Debits
- Make payments and transfer balances
- Update your own details
- Contact us through secure messages
- Add an extra cardholder to your account
- Important information
Your Asda Money Credit Card summary
Before you apply for your Asda Money Credit Card you should make sure you read all the important information related to the card.
This will let you know what your rights are and what you can expect from us.Important information
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