All round credit cards
Make balance or money transfers and new purchases all with one credit card.
What is an all round credit card?
These cards are designed for when you need to do more than one thing with a credit card but don’t want to apply for multiple cards. All round credit cards can come in handy if you want to spread the cost of new purchases, transfer existing balances or cover an unexpected bill that you need cash to pay for.
Rewards with Tesco Bank Credit Cards
With our all round credit cards you can collect Clubcard points almost everywhere you spend on your card, plus your usual points in Tesco. For more information see Credit Card Rewards.
All Round Credit Card
Our card with 0% interest on purchases and transfers for up to 12 months from account opening
- 0% interest on purchases for up to 12 months
- 0% interest on balance transfers for up to 12 months (1.99% fee)
- 0% interest on money transfers for up to 12 months (3.99% fee)
- Collect Clubcard points almost every time you shop
Your 0% interest period, APR and credit limit may vary depending on your circumstances
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Using a Tesco Bank Credit Card, you could collect:
Points for every £4 spent in Tesco
4 points with a Clubcard alone
Points for every £4 spent on Tesco fuel (excluding Esso)
2 points with a Clubcard alone
Point for every £8 spent outside Tesco
0 points with a Clubcard alone
With your vouchers, you can:
Save on groceries and fuel
Use your vouchers to save in Tesco, as well as on fuel at Tesco petrol stations and at Esso sites with a Tesco Express
Using one of our Credit Cards, you could collect:
After 3 months
After 1 year
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That's 16500 more points each year than using your Clubcard alone, just for spending on a Tesco Bank Credit Card.
turn in vouchers
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Credit card FAQs
- How do 0% interest credit cards work?
- What is APR?
- What is variable APR?
- What are the charges, fees and interest on my card?
- Do I get extra protection by paying with a credit card?
- Can I manage my credit card online?
- Can I use my card overseas?
- How do I collect Clubcard points?
- What won't I collect points on?
- How do I turn points into vouchers?
- How does the Clubcard points calculator work?
- How does Tesco use my data?
These cards start with a period where you won't be charged interest on certain things. This could be on your purchases, balance transfers, money transfers - or a combination. The 0% rate will last for a set period of time so you won't be charged any interest on those things, if you pay them off before the 0% period ends.
APR is short for Annual Percentage Rate. It tells you the cost of borrowing as a percentage of the amount you owe over a year.
You can use the APR to figure out how much a credit card, loan, mortgage, or other types of credit will cost. The APR includes the interest rate charged, along with any fees.
Most credit cards have a variable APR, and all it means is that the Annual Percentage Rate for a credit card may change over time. If the APR on your card is going to change, you’ll be notified in advance.
Most of our charges and fees relate to when you move money between accounts, withdraw cash, or pay for things abroad. You may also be charged if you go over your credit limit or miss a payment. You can check your interest rate on your monthly statements.
To see the complete list, read our page on charges, fees, and interest.
Under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act you could get extra protection if something goes wrong on single purchases that cost between £100 and £30,000. So if something you've paid for turns up broken or faulty, or if it doesn't arrive at all, you may be able to get your money back through a Section 75 claim.
Read more about your consumer rights on our page on the top credit card features.
Yes, your Tesco Bank Credit Card will work overseas.
With each transaction in a foreign currency you’ll be charged a foreign exchange fee of 2.75% of the cost of your purchase.
Get more information in our guide to using your credit and debit cards abroad.
A Tesco Bank Credit Card is also a Clubcard, so when you spend on it in Tesco you’ll collect your normal Clubcard points (1 point for every £1 spent) plus an extra 1 point for every £4 you spend.
When you buy Tesco fuel (excluding Esso) you’ll collect your normal Clubcard points at an enhanced rate of 1 point for every £1 spent (usually 1 point for every £2 spent with a Clubcard alone) and you’ll get 1 extra point for every £4 spent.
When you spend outside Tesco you’ll collect 1 point for every £8 you spend.
Points are calculated on single transactions and you must have available credit. Points collection rates are subject to change. Remember there are some things you won’t collect points on.
The Tesco Clubcard Scheme is administered by Tesco Stores Limited, Tesco House, Shire Park, Kestrel Way, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1GA who are responsible for fulfilling Clubcard points.
You can only collect points on purchases, so cash withdrawals, cash transactions, balance or money transfers, gambling transactions, buying travel money and regular payments like standing orders and Direct Debits don’t count.
There are also some products at Tesco you can’t collect points on, see the Clubcard website for details.
Every 3 months your Clubcard points are turned into Clubcard vouchers. Or you can choose to get them quicker with Faster Vouchers.
Your vouchers can be used to spend at Tesco, in store or on fuel (excluding Esso), or they can be exchanged to get up to 3x the value of your vouchers with Tesco Reward Partners.
The calculator works out how many Clubcard points you could collect if you had a Tesco Bank Credit Card and used it to pay for items in and out of Tesco.
Based on the amounts you enter into the calculator, we work out the number of Clubcard points you could collect and give an idea of the amount in Clubcard vouchers.
Remember though, your points will be worked out on each individual transaction that you make and not on your total monthly spend. So, this means the calculator only gives an indication and the actual points you receive could vary.
Don't forget that you'll need to spend a minimum amount to begin collecting Clubcard points.
When you open a credit card account with us you’ll be automatically enrolled into the Clubcard scheme if you’re not already a member, and Tesco Bank will share information with Tesco Stores for the operation of your Clubcard account.
Clubcard accounts are managed separately by Tesco Stores, and you should visit the Tesco Stores privacy notice for further information about how Tesco Stores uses your information.
Learn more about credit cards
Tesco Bank Credit Cards are provided by: Tesco Bank, PO Box 344, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE12 2GF
Tesco Bank Credit Cards are available to UK residents aged 18 and over. Subject to status.