Move the balance from a credit or store card to a Lloyds Bank balance transfer credit card.
Transfer high-interest balances to a credit card with a low interest rate.
Keep all your credit card balances in one place.
A balance transfer card could reduce your outgoings.
See how likely you are to be accepted for a Lloyds Bank credit card – with no obligation to apply afterwards.
How long does a balance transfer take?
After we approve it, the transfer will normally arrive by the next working day.
How much can I transfer?
The minimum balance you can transfer is £100. The maximum will need to be less than your available credit limit. This is to allow for any balance transfer fee plus any other fees or transactions. You cannot transfer a balance from other Lloyds Bank credit cards, loan companies or bank accounts.
What’s the difference between a balance transfer and a money transfer?
Balance transfers are about moving credit or store card balances to a different credit card. A money transfer lets you transfer money from your credit card to any of your own UK-based current accounts. To find out more, visit our money transfer page.
Manage your credit card where and whenever you want with our desktop service or mobile app.
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You won’t be liable for any transactions that are confirmed as fraudulent, providing you tell us as soon as you spot anything unusual or if your card is missing.
Just like your debit card, your credit card can make contactless payments. You can even add the card details onto your mobile phone.
Make your payments whichever way is easiest for you, including debit card, Direct Debit and at your bank or building society.
Your credit card account will be set up with paperless statements as standard. We’ll always let you know when your newest one is ready to view.
Lloyds Bank is a responsible lender, and we only want you to borrow what you can afford, in a way that is best for you. The outcome of your credit card application depends on our assessment of your circumstances.
If you’d like to talk to us about the choices you’ve made we will be happy to refer you to a member of staff that will be able to help you. They will also be able to talk to you about your options if you’re experiencing financial difficulties.
You won't have to pay us for any unauthorised postal, telephone or internet transactions made by someone other than you or an additional cardholder. However, you and additional cardholders must take all reasonable measures to protect your cards and PINs. You should never disclose your PIN, not even to Lloyds Bank staff or the police. You can give suppliers your card details (but not PINs) and won’t be liable if they misuse them. However, if you’ve given someone else your card details you are liable for all transactions unless you have told us first they are not authorised.
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Lloyds Bank plc registered office:
25 Gresham Street,
London EC2V 7HN.
Registered in England and Wales No. 2065.
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