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About Argos

Argos credit cards reward customers every time they spend – primarily in Argos stores. In some cases, account holders are also honoured for spending in other shops, such as supermarkets or petrol stations. Owners’ rewards are sent in the form of Argos gift cards, and the cards themselves offer a variable APR rate. Other features include Buy Now Pay Later schemes and interest free credit plans. The cards are run by Barclays Bank PLC.

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Classic Extra

n/a n/a 34.9% Cashback Apply
Representative Example: The annual purchase rate is 34.9% p.a (variable) so if you spend £1200 your representative apr will be 34.9% p.a (variable)
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Aquacard

n/a n/a 32.9% No Rewards Apply
Representative Example: The annual purchase rate is 32.9% p.a (variable) so if you spend £1200 your representative apr will be 32.9% p.a (variable)
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Capital One Classic Card

n/a n/a 34.9% No Rewards Apply
Representative Example: The annual purchase rate is 34.9% p.a (variable) so if you spend £1200 your representative apr will be 34.9% p.a (variable)
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aqua Advance Card

n/a n/a 34.9% No Rewards Apply
Representative Example: The annual purchase rate is 34.9% p.a (variable) so if you spend £1200 your representative apr will be 34.9% p.a (variable)
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Vanquis Credit Card

n/a n/a 39.9% No Rewards Apply
Representative Example: The annual purchase rate is 39.9% p.a (variable) so if you spend £1000 your representative apr will be 39.9% p.a (variable)
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