0% purchase credit cards with sneaky 60 days to spend on

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Can someone tell me when credit card companies all of the sudden started to add the 60 days to spend to get the 0% on purchases. I’ve just applied for an MBNA card which i was accepted for and only saw the 60 days to spend small print on my paperwork that came with the card. I’ve now cancelled the MBNA card, as I want to find a card that honors 28 months at 0% on purchases for the whole 28 months and not just the first 60 days.

I feel the credit card companies are not clealy stating the fact you only get the 0% on purchase if you spend within the first 60 days of the card being open. I also found Virgin Money credit cards are doing the same thing with the 60 days to spend to get the 0% deal.

Sorry rant over I just feel MBNA just wasted my time.

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