AIB CLICK Visa Card - The Lowest Interest Rate Credit Card on the Market
23 Mar 2015
Posted in: Credit Cards
Are you the type of Credit Card user who likes to spread the costs of large purchases over a few months? If so, you’re going to love our Credit Card with the lowest interest rate on the market*, the AIB CLICK Visa Card.
Is the AIB CLICK Visa Card for me?
Do you clear your card in full each month? If the answer is no, then you should consider the AIB CLICK Visa Card. With the lowest APR on the market, it allows you the flexibility of paying off your bill over a number of months to suit your means.
What’s unique about the CLICK card?
The CLICK card has the lowest APR on the Irish market at 13.6%*. You manage your card online through AIB Internet Banking and you can conveniently access eStatements, request a PIN reminder, alert us of your travel plans and report your credit card as lost or stolen online. It’s simple!
Other features allow you to:
• Access instant cash at any ATM and any branch (that has the Visa logo) at home or abroad, simply by using your AIB CLICK Visa Card and PIN.
• Get emergency cash, on approval and depending on available credit, when your AIB CLICK Visa is lost or stolen abroad. For more details about this service, please see our website here.
• Use your AIB CLICK Visa Card as an everyday card, providing you with up to 56 interest free days if you pay your balance in full and on time every month.
How can I apply for AIB CLICK?
If your annual salary exceeds €16,000 and you are a registered AIB Internet Banking and AIB Phone Banking user, you can apply for the AIB CLICK card through AIB Internet Banking.
The AIB CLICK Card offers a credit limit to suit you based on an evaluation of your capacity to repay. If you require a credit limit increase, this can be logged through AIB Internet Banking.
Because life doesn’t always wait, why not check out our AIB CLICK Visa Card today.
Please don’t forget to use your card responsibly and protect your credit rating.
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
*source: NCA, 03/2015