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RSPCA Pet Insurance

by
alister
on
Mar 27 2009

RSPCA charity pet insurance is a great value way to care for your pets, with low monthly premiums starting at just £2.92 for cats and £5.41 for dogs. Plus, each year 20% of your overall premium will be donated to the RSPA to help care for less fortunate animals than your own.

Almost half the pets in the UK require some kind of medical treatment each year with costs that can run into the thousands. Pet insurance can help protect owners from these costs with just a small monthly payment rather than a hefty lump sum should anything untoward happen. There are a number of animal charities that offer pet insurance, which means you’ll not only be protecting your own pet, but also raising funds to protect other animals.

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RSPCA Charity Credit Card

by
Neil
on
May 7 2008

The RPSCA charity credit card from MBNA is a great way to help the RSPCA animal charity whilst you go about your everyday business. This includes a £20 payment to the RSPCA when you first spend on your card!

Check out the information provided from the RSPCA and MBNA below. Please note the details are correct at time of publication – (07/05/08)

  • 0% p.a. on balance transfers for 12 months from the date your account is opened (3% handling fee applies)
  • 0% p.a. on card purchases* for 3 months from the date the account is opened
  • 15.9% APR typical rate (variable)

Help relieve the suffering of animals. When you first use your card, MBNA will make a payment to RSPCA provided you apply online for your card, and make a further payment every year you continue to use your card. In addition, every time you use your RSPCA Credit Card to make a card purchase, a payment equivalent to 0.25% of the value of the purchase is made to RSPCA. And with great rates, it’s not only the animals we rescue that benefit.

* See summary box for details of how payments to the account will be allocated”

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