Compare credit cards
Whatever type of credit card you’re looking for, MBNA could help. To compare our card features and benefits, start with a Clever Check.
Choosing the right credit card
When you’re looking for a credit card, it’s pretty important to know what you want that card for... purchases, transfers, just for emergencies? This short video describes the main types and what they’re best suited for.
When you compare credit card offers:
- Think about how you’ll use your new credit card, both now and in the future.
- Remember to compare all rates and any transfer fees on promotional offers.
- Will you be able to pay off your balance within any 0% promotional period? If not, a low rate credit card could be more cost-effective over the longer term.
- Consider the risk of taking on too much debt and how you will repay any amounts owed.
Ready to compare credit cards you’re eligible for?
It’s easy with the help of Clever Check - our credit card eligibility checker. In just a few minutes see the MBNA credit cards you’re eligible to apply for and your estimated credit limit -without affecting your credit rating.
To be eligible, you must:
- Be a UK resident, aged 18 or over, with a regular annual income.
- Provide at least 3 years’ UK address history, an email address and phone number.
- Provide your main bank account number and sort code.
- Be free of County Court Judgements (CCJs), Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVAs) or bankruptcies.
- Not be unemployed or a student.
- Not have been declined for an MBNA credit card within the last 30 days.
We also consider things like:
Your credit history, both past and present, including previous full credit searches and affordability based on your income.
After your Clever Check
To request a transfer as part of your application, you’ll need your non-MBNA credit or store card details to hand (Visa®, Mastercard® or American Express®). You can do this later if you’d prefer.
Making sure you get a fair deal
We want you to find a credit card that's right for your circumstances, which is why we adhere to the Standards of Lending Practice, which are monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board.
To find out more you can read the statement of responsibilities, which details what's expected of us, the lender and you the borrower.