A range of benefits to help you enjoy your travels
Followed by
15.9% p.a. (variable)

A  £15 monthly fee applies

At the end of the 0% period a 3% balance transfer fee will apply to any new balances transferred. Interest will be charged on new purchases and any outstanding balance transfer and purchase balances at the standard purchase rate of 18.9% p.a. (variable).

You’ll also get

On purchases for 6 months from account opening

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Apple PayAndroid Pay and Samsung Pay so that you can pay at contactless terminals when you link your card to your device

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Important information

You can apply for a World Elite Mastercard if you’re a permanent UK resident aged 18 years or over, meet the Santander Select or Private customer eligibility criteria and have a gross annual income of £7,500 or more, have a good credit record and have not been declared bankrupt, had a CCJ or an IVA within the last 6 years. You must agree to a credit check as part of the application and this will determine whether or not you’re accepted and the credit limit that we can offer. We reserve the right to refuse any application.

  1. Transfer from £100 to 95% of your credit limit. If your total transfer is above your available credit limit, we may allow you to transfer part of it. You won’t be able to transfer from other Santander or cahoot credit cards, or from any loans or current accounts.
  2. Cashback will not be earned on cash transaction, such as the purchase of foreign currency and cash withdrawals, or on balance transfers. Full cashback terms
  3. Please make sure you choose the local currency option when using your card abroad. If you choose sterling, the retailer or bank will handle the conversion and may charge you a fee.
  4. Terms and conditions of the travel benefits on the World Elite Mastercard can be found here.
    Information correct as at 5 June 2017