M&S Credit Card
- 19 months' shopping with no interest to pay
- Pay no interest for 15 months on balance transfers made within 90 days of account opening (2.9% fee applies, minimum £5)
- Representative 18.9% APR variable
Even more rewarding
Earn M&S points every time you shop with your card. To start you off a bonus points voucher for 500 M&S points worth £5, when you spend in food, clothing or home at M&S, will be sent to you with your new credit card.
Based on an assumed credit limit of £1,200, our 18.9% rate per annum for purchases gives a representative rate of 18.9% APR variable.
Before you start your application, please look at the section below.
What you should know before you apply
To apply for an M&S Credit Card you have to be a UK resident aged 18 or over.
A new M&S Credit Card account cannot be opened if you have held a credit card with us within the previous 12 months.
What you'll be asked for
- Your income and employment details
- The account number and sort code of your bank or building society
- An email address
- Your previous address, if you've lived at your current address for less than 3 years
Your new card and PIN
If your application is approved, we'll send your PIN first, followed by your M&S Credit Card a few days later. You should receive your new card and PIN within ten working days.
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Before you start your application, you need to read (and agree to) our terms and conditions. Credit is subject to status. The rate we offer will depend on our assessment of your circumstances. When we check your details with a credit reference agency, a search/enquiry is registered to say that you've applied for credit today. As part of our checks, we link your name with individuals associated with you financially, and any previous names you've provided. We'll also check your details with a fraud prevention agency to prevent fraud and money laundering. If you've provided false or inaccurate information (and fraud is identified) we'll pass your details to fraud prevention agencies. If you want, we can explain how your information held by fraud and other credit reference agencies may be used