- 1% Cashback on all Asda spend, including Asda stores, Living, Grocery Home Shopping, petrol, and George.com
- 0.5% Cashback on all other purchases - try our Cashback calculator
- Check eligibility without harming your credit file below
- A manageable credit limit to start with - up to £600 and no cash withdrawals initially
- No fees when used to buy foreign currency from Asda Travel Money
- 0% interest for 6 months on all George.com purchases of £200 or more°
- Tap and go with contactless payments
- No annual fee
- Get an instant decision
Check if you're eligible to apply without impacting your credit file and get an instant decision:
Cashback Start Credit Card Representative Example:
Standard Purchases: 34.9% p.a. variable.Representative: 34.9% APR variable Based on an assumed credit limit: £1200.
How does Cashback work?
You’ll earn cashback every time you shop with your Asda Cashback Start Credit Card, so the more you shop, the more you earn. You can download or print a voucher as soon as you have £2.50 in cashback to spend in Asda stores, or you could let it build up for a bigger treat. Our simple cashback calculator will let you know exactly how much you could earn every time you shop with your card.
- Additional benefits
At Asda we don’t just offer great cashback rates with our Cashback Start Credit Card. We offer great service too:
- Set up text alerts for when you’re near your credit limit, and weekly account updates.
- Easy online account management 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
- Emergency card replacement - UK and worldwide.
- 24/7 fraud monitoring.
Be in control
With the Asda credit cards you’ll always be in the driving seat. Just log in to the simple Online Account Manager to make payments, check your balance and see all your lovely cashback. Plus you can choose to get an additional account update every week.
- Before you apply
Even if you’ve had credit issues previously, you may be accepted but you should:
- Be aged 18 or over.
- Not have any recent County Court Judgements or Court Decrees, or be recently bankrupt or otherwise insolvent.
- Have a minimum annual income of £10,000 and not be claiming