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How does transferring cash to a bank account work?

When you transfer cash from your Barclaycard into your bank account you’ll usually benefit from a promotional transfer rate. 

Transfers are often subject to a handling charge, but we’ll let you know what this is in advance. You can also find out more about this in your Barclaycard Terms and Conditions.

When you make a payment to your account, we'll apply the amount you pay towards reducing the higher interest rate balances before the lower interest rate balances. This means that you'll usually pay off any cash transactions and purchases before you pay off your transferred amount.

If you're an existing customer and registered for Barclaycard online services, you can apply for the transfer offers available to you by selecting 'Money & balance transfers' under 'Transfers & offers' in the main menu.

To log in or register for Barclaycard online services simply click here.

If you’d prefer, you can get in touch with our Customer Services Team and they’ll talk you through the options available to you.

A few things you should know
Interest will be applied to any purchases you make with your Barclaycard, unless you’re also eligible for a purchase rate offer.

We’re unable to transfer cash to a non-UK current account, any saving account, or to an account which isn’t in your name.

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