Virgin Money to axe online credit card services next month - how it affects you
Virgin Money is axing its online services for credit card customers on 31 January, with borrowers encouraged to manage accounts using the provider's app instead. Here's what's happening and what you can do about it - particularly if you don't have a smartphone
14 January 2021
Virgin Money launches 'free wine' switching offer – how does it compare?
Virgin is offering switchers a case of wine worth £180
12 November 2020
Virgin Atlantic Reward+ credit card-holders to get £40 rebate
Virgin Atlantic Reward+ credit card customers are being paid rebates of £40 each – equivalent to 25% of their annual fee – due to the coronavirus pandemic
1 July 2020
Virgin Money to be bought by CYBG - what it means for you
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank customers will eventually be moved to the Virgin Money brand, but there are no changes yet
18 June 2018
Virgin Atlantic launches two credit cards - but how do they compare to BA cards?
Virgin Atlantic has relaunched two airline cards allowing customers to earn a free flight upgrade or companion ticket
4 April 2018
Virgin Money launches Man Utd savings – but does it hit the back of the net?
Savers with an alliance to Manchester United may be tempted by a new one-year fixed savings account paying 3%
4 July 2017
Virgin Money pays out £20 to savers hit by interest glitch
Savers with a Virgin Money 'E-Saver' account may have been paid the wrong amount of interest for the past two years
10 March 2017
Regulator asks lenders to explain why they haven't passed on base rate savings
Mortgage lenders that have not yet passed on base rate savings to their customers could attract the attention of the FCA
12 September 2016
Halifax slashes Help to Buy ISA rate for new customers
Halifax has cut the interest rate of its Help to Buy ISA from 4% to 2.5% for new customers
3 May 2016
More providers to offer Help to Buy ISAs
HSBC, Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, and Newcastle Building Society are the latest to say they'll offer Help to Buy ISAs
23 November 2015
28 July 2021
New. Broadband price war
Incl cheapest deal in 18mths - '£13/mth'
Travel insurance from £9/week
Incl some Covid cover
New. Help if you're 'pinged' or told to isolate
Martin's video explainer
Slash PCR travel test costs to £40
Avoid £100+ fees
'I reclaimed £3,500 in packaged bank fees'
'...going back to 1990'
15 summer cinema savers
Incl £2.50 entry & free O2 Monday tickets
Updated. Should you join diesel compensation claims?
Against Audi, BMW, Ford etc
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