Compare Platinum Credit Cards

Check out MoneySupermarket's selection of platinum credit cards currently available, which come with a range of benefits. These may include better credit limits, and 0% on balance transfers, in addition to other exclusive benefits.

Featured platinum credit cards - Ordered by longest balance transfer offer

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  1. Great for
    You’ll have to pay a 3.5% fee to transfer a balance to this card. If you do it in the first 60 days, Barclaycard will refund 2.06%, so the overall fee is 1.44%
    You can get your Experian credit score for free
    But be aware that
    You might get a different interest rate to the one shown here, because this depends on your circumstances.
    You must transfer a balance within the first 60 days to get the promotional offer
    You can’t transfer a balance from another card issued by Barclaycard

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 18.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable).

  2. Great for
    You’ll have to pay a 3.5% fee to transfer your balance. If you do it in the first 60 days, Barclaycard will refund 2.87%, so the overall fee is 0.63%
    You'll get access to pre-sale tickets to events before they go on general release
    But be aware that
    You might get a different interest rate to the one shown here, because this depends on your circumstances.
    You must transfer a balance within the first 60 days to get the promotional offer
    You can’t transfer a balance from another card issued by Barclaycard

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 18.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable).

  3. Great for
    0% interest on balance transfers for 18 months (2.99 % fee applies)
    This card can help to build your credit rating
    But be aware that
    You might get a different interest rate to the one shown here, because this depends on your circumstances
    You must transfer a balance within the first 60 days to get the promotional offer
    You must earn at least £17,500 a year to be eligible for this card

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 24.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 24.9% APR (variable).

  4. Bonus Cashback

    Earn 3% cashback up to £15 on all purchases from Amazon in your first three months. T&Cs apply. Limited offer, ends 31st January 2017

    Great for
    Earn 5% cashback in the first three months, up to £125. Also earn 3% cashback up to £15 on all purchases from Amazon in your first three months, until 31st January 2017
    After the first 3 months, earn 1% cashback when you spend up to £10,000 and 1.25% cashback when you spend over £10,001
    But be aware that
    You'll have to pay a £25 annual fee

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 22.9% p.a. (variable) with a £25 annual Fee your representative rate will be 28.2% APR (variable).

  5. Bonus Cashback

    Earn 3% cashback up to £15 on all purchases from Amazon in your first three months. T&Cs apply. Limited offer, ends 31st January 2017

    Great for
    Earn 5% cashback in the first three months, up to £100. Also earn 3% cashback up to £15 on all purchases from Amazon in your first three months, until 31st January 2017
    After the first 3 months, earn 0.5% cashback when you spend up to £5,000 and 1% cashback when you spend over £5,001
    You're eligible to apply for this card even if you've already got an American Express credit card
    But be aware that
    You must spend at least £3,000 a year on the card to qualify for cashback

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 22.9% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 22.9% APR (variable).

  6. Great for
    This card can help to build your credit rating
    But be aware that
    You must have had credit in the UK before to be eligible for this card
    You're not eligible for this card if you've been declared bankrupt in the last 12 months

    Representative Example:

    If you spend £1,200 at a purchase interest rate of 29.84% p.a. (variable) your representative rate will be 29.8% APR (variable).

What is a platinum credit card?

A platinum credit card used to be considered a prestigious edition to your wallet, but these days these cards are a lot more commonplace and most providers offer one as part of their range.

There days there is a range of flash cards on the market, such as gold or charge cards offering concierge services and fancy hotel deals as part of the package. While platinum cards used to be targeted at higher earners than standard cards, this has changed in recent years. So a range of people on different salaries may quality for these cards.

Platinum cards are similar to other standard credit cards, and again, while they used to have higher credit limits, they difference bwteen these cards and others has closed over the years.

What are the benefits of a platinum credit card?

Some platinum cards do offer perks, however, such as 0% balance transfer periods, 0% on purchases, cashback, and reward schemes. So it’s worth checking out what benefits are on offer by taking out one of these cards, as with any others you might apply for.

You can compare platinum credit cards quickly and easily with MoneySupermarket’s free, independent service.

Are there any disadvantages to platinum credit cards?

The interest rates on platinum credit cards tend to be similar to the rates on standard credit cards, and make sure you don’t think you’re getting something special by applying for one of these cards. It’s vital to check the APR you’ll pay and the finer details.

We're free, independent and compare all UK credit cards as well as offering exclusive deals you can't get anywhere else.

Your personalised chance of approval

We've taken the details you gave, and used them to show you personalised scores to tell you the chance that your application for each card would be successful.

Why is this important?

Every time you apply for a credit card, a mark is left on your credit score. That means it's better get it right first time. Your scores help you understand which cards you have the strongest chance of getting.

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The higher the score, the stronger chance you have of getting the card. If you see a very low score, you're probably better off choosing a different card.

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If you see a high score, you can be fairly confident. The scores aren't a guarantee, as acceptance of your application is at the sole discretion of the card issuer, but they should help guide your choice.

If you see a pre-approved score it may be subject to you passing additional ID and fraud checks by the provider.

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In some cases, we will not be able to display a score for a product because we do not have enough information about the card issuer’s acceptance criteria or we have not been able to match your details at the credit bureau.

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