Credit cards and bank cards – we’re sure you’ve heard both of these terms being thrown around to describe bank cards. You may even think you’ve got one, or both, but do you really understand what these terms mean?
Here’s a handy table to help explain the differences between the two:
✔There are often charges of interest on purchases and balance transfers.
✘Bank cards don’t usually charge fees, but do check with the debit card provider.
Type of Cash
Borrowed money from the bank.
Money which you’ve personally acquired through your pay check or if you’re lucky enough to have been gifted it!
Perks and Rewards
✔Rewards are often available and do vary – from travel rewards, cashback rewards, reward points, and the list goes on.
✘Typically, you can’t earn rewards using a debit card. However, there are some debit cards which do offer rewards. E.g. Tesco Bank debit card.
Don’t forget with Curve you can add all your credit cards and bank cards, so you only need to carry around one beautiful card. You could receive 1% instant cashback* which you can spend at your favourite retailers, we have over 50 available. We also provide an amazing customer protection package, we provide cover for up to £100,000*, making your finances extra secure. Not to mention fee-free spending abroad*, while Curve Black and Curve Metal customers also get worldwide travel and gadget insurance.**