You could save money by transferring another credit or store card balance to your credit card. Find out how to make a transfer, what it will cost you, and what the minimum and maximum limits are.

How much making a balance transfer will cost you

Minimum and maximum limits

You can transfer a balance at any time and there's no limit on how many balances you can transfer.

The minimum transfer amount is £1.

You can transfer a balance of up to 95% of your available credit limit.

How long transfers take

It normally takes 1 to 2 working days to move your balance across (in some circumstances it can take longer). The transfer may not show up in your next statement depending on when you applied.

Always make sure you maintain payments on existing cards until the balance transfer is complete, otherwise you may be charged a missed payment fee.

How to check your credit card balance

Your transferred balance will show in the 'interest summary' table on your statement. We won't send a letter to confirm this.

Log in to check your statement

Promotional and introductory offers

If the transfer was part of a promotional offer, you'll get notifications in your statements before your offer is due to expire. You can also see your interest rate, offer duration and offer expiry date in the ‘interest summary’ table on your statement.

Information:

Unlike some credit card providers, at Nationwide your offer period will start from the day the balance was transferred to your account, not the day you applied. That means that you won’t miss out on part of your offer period.

How to make a balance transfer

Online through the Internet Bank

  1. Log in (opens in a new window)
  2. Choose view accounts
  3. Select your credit card
  4. Choose transfer a balance

In the Banking App

  1. Open the Banking app on your mobile phone
  2. Select your credit card
  3. Choose Request balance transfer

Over the phone

Call 03456 00 66 11

We're open:

  • Monday to Saturday, 8am to 8pm.
  • Sundays and bank holidays, 9am to 5pm.