NatWest credit cards

NatWest credit card offering ranges from its Student card with a low maximum limit, to its Private Black Card available only to those on high minimum incomes. Its primary offering is the NatWest Clear Rate Platinum card which comes with one transparent low rate. NatWest no longer offers 0% balance transfers and purchase deals.

Compare NatWest credit cards - Sorted by APR

    • Provider/Product name Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card

      NatWest

      Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card

    • Balance transfer 6.9% 0%fee
    • Purchases 6.9%
    • Rewards No rewards
    • Representative APR (variable) 11.1%APR
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    Great for
    1% off any balance transfer - up to a total of £50. Offer ends on 31st August 2015
    No balance transfer fees
    No need to move around to avoid higher charges after a 0% period
    But be aware that
    There is a £24 annual fee
    The APR is dependent on your personal circumstances

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 6.9% p.a. (variable) with a £24 annual Fee your representative rate will be 11.1% APR (variable).

    • Provider/Product name Cashback Plus Credit Card

      NatWest

      Cashback Plus Credit Card

    • Balance transfer 12.9% 0%fee
    • Purchases 12.9%
    • Rewards Cashback
    • Representative APR (variable) 17.4%APR
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    Great for
    Earning 10% rewards in UK restaurants and bars until 30th September 2015
    Earning 1% at supermarkets, excluding petrol stations
    Earning 0.5% on all UK and abroad spending
    But be aware that
    There is an annual fee of £24
    The APR is dependent on your personal circumstances

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 12.9% p.a. (variable) with a £24 annual Fee your representative rate will be 17.4% APR (variable).

    • Provider/Product name Student Credit Card

      NatWest

      Student Credit Card

    • Balance transfer 18.95% 0%fee
    • Purchases 18.95%
    • Rewards No rewards
    • Representative APR (variable) 18.9%APR
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    Great for
    Exclusive to NatWest Current Account customers
    Text or email alerts when a payment is due
    But be aware that
    Non NatWest customers are not eligible
    You cannot transfer a balance from another RBS Group card

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £500 at a purchase interest rate of 18.95% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable).

    • Provider/Product name Business Credit Card

      NatWest

      Business Credit Card

    • Balance transfer 16.9% -
    • Purchases 16.9%
    • Rewards Insurance Shopping
    • Representative APR (variable) 23.2%APR
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    Great for
    Special business offers
    Free travel accident insurance
    But be aware that
    You must be a NatWest Business current account holder
    There is a £32 annual fee

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at an annual interest rate of 23.2% p.a. (variable) with a £32 annual Fee your representative rate will be 23.2% APR (variable).

    • Provider/Product name Cashback Plus Black Credit Card

      NatWest

      Cashback Plus Black Credit Card

    • Balance transfer 15.94% 0%fee
    • Purchases 15.94%
    • Rewards Cashback
    • Representative APR (variable) 33.6%APR
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    Great for
    Earning 10% rewards in UK restaurants and bars until 30th September 2015
    Earning 1% at supermarkets, excluding petrol stations and 0.5% on all UK and abroad spending
    No foreign transaction fees
    But be aware that
    There is an annual fee of £84
    You cannot transfer a balance from another RBS Group card
    The APR is dependent on your personal circumstances

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 15.94% p.a. (variable) with a £84 annual Fee your representative rate will be 33.6% APR (variable).

Guide to NatWest credit cards

NatWest is part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, having been taken over by RBS in 2000. Despite the merger, NatWest and RBS have retained separate brands and NatWest continues to offer a raft of consumer deals ranging from current accounts to travel insurance – as well as a selection of credit cards.

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NatWest Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card

The Clear Rate Platinum credit card is NatWest’s staple plastic offering.  While the bank no longer offers 0% on balance transfers or purchases, as is name suggests, this card comes with one transparent low rate of 6.9%. 

This means that any debt transferred onto the card from another provider, or any new purchases made on the card, will all be charged at the same 6.9% rate. This card however, does come with an annual fee of £24 taking the APR (annual percentage rate) to 11.1%.

Private Black Credit Card

To qualify for NatWest’s Private Black card, you will need a minimum income of £100,000 paid into your NatWest current account, or the same amount held in investments with the bank. Alternatively, you will also qualify if you have £300,000 outstanding borrowing with a NatWest mortgage. 

The Private Black card offers one rate of 14.9% whether you are making new purchases or transferring a balance from a different card provider. There is no annual fee and for every £1 you spend on the Black card, you will earn 1.25 NatWest YourPoints. These can be redeemed across a range of the bank’s partners which include hotels, airlines, retailers and restaurants.

Student Credit Card

With a credit limit of between £250 and £500, the NatWest student credit card is available exclusively to Student Bank Account holders. It comes with no annual fee but an APR of 18.9% making it important to clear your balance every month. The card account can be managed online from your phone making it easier for those new to credit to keep in check of their spending and start building up a good credit score for life post-education.

Business Credit Card

If you are already NatWest business current account customer, you will be also able to apply for a Business Credit Card.  It comes with a 16.9% interest rate, which applies to balances transferred to the card from another provider and to new purchases made on the card. The annual fee on the card of £32 pushes the representative APR up to 23.2%

Your personalised chance of approval

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