Marks and Spencer Loan

Compare Marks and Spencer Loans

ProviderLoan AmountCredit HistoryRates FromTerm 
£1,000 to £25,000Good Credit Only3.2%

APR
Representative

(£7,500 - £25,000)

1 year to 7 yearsGet Quotes >
  • No arrangement fees or hidden charges
  • Instant online decision
  • Funds transferred within 2 working days
  • No penalty for overpayments
  • You must be aged between 21 and 70 
  • You must have been a permanent UK resident for 3 years 
  • You must have an annual income of at least £12,000 and have a UK bank or building society account
  • You need to make payments on time or you will be charged a late payment fee. Missing payments could have severe consequences on obtaining future credit
  • Post Office Personal Loans are provided by Bank of Ireland (UK). Post Office Limited is a credit broker and not a lender

Representative Example:  The Representative APR is 3.2%. Based on a loan amount of £10,000 over 60 months at an interest rate of 3.2% p.a. (fixed). Monthly repayment of £180.37. Total amount repayable £10,822.20.

£2,500 to £15,000Good Credit Only3.4%

APR
Representative

(£7,500-£15,000)

2 years to 5 yearsGet Quotes >
  • 10 minute online quote, instant decision
  • Money can be with you within 48 hours
  • No arrangement, over payment or early repayment fees
  • Must be aged 21 or over
  • UK Resident with a UK bank account

Representative Example:  The Representative APR is 3.4%, so if you borrow £7,500 over 3 years at a rate of 3.40% p.a. (fixed), you will repay £219.27 for 36 months and £7,893.72 in total.

£1,000 to £20,000Good Credit Only3.44%

APR
Representative

(£7,500-£15,000)

1 to 5 YearsGet Quotes >
  • Fixed Interest Loan Rate
  • Instant Online Decision
  • Must be aged 21
  • No CCJs or IVA in the last 6 years
  • Permanently resident in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland

Representative Example: The Representative APR is 3.4%. Based on an assumed loan amount of £10,000 over 60 months at an interest rate of 3.4% p.a. (fixed). Monthly repayment £181.41 & total repayable £10,884.60.

£1,000 to £25,000All Credit Histories Considered14.9%

APR
Representative

1 to 5 YearsGet Quotes >

Representative example: The Representative APR is 14.9% (variable).The Representative APR is If you borrow £90,000 over 4 years at a representative 14.9% APR and an annual interest rate of 14.9% (fixed) you would pay £245.80 per month. Total charge for credit will be £2,798.51. Total amount repayable is £11,789.51.

 A Marks and Spencer loan includes such features as:

Marks and Spencer loans offer a competitive deal, but the loans available to you will depend on your personal circumstances and how much you wish to borrow. But before you decide why not check the comparison tables below to see a range of possible options.

 

  • Loans for £1,000 to £25,000
  • Competitive APRs that depend on your personal circumstances
  • Fixed rates for the term of the loan
  • 3 month repayment holiday
  • No hidden charges – no arrangement or set-up fees

 

To be eligible for a Marks and Spencer loan you must:

 

  • Have an annual income of at least £10,000
  • Be a UK Resident
  • Be aged 18 years or over

  

Loan Calculator

 

If you are looking for a personal loan and feel that Marks and Spencer might be the answer, you can use the Marks and Spencer loan calculator to get an idea of what a loan from them might cost you. You just need to enter how much you would like to borrow and your desired length of repayment term. The Marks and Spencer loan calculator will then generate an estimate using their Representative APR. However if you should decide to proceed and apply for a Marks and Spencer Loan you may be given a different APR. This is because lenders can adjust what APR they would be happy to offer a borrower following an assessment of their specific financial circumstances.

 

Before you take out a loan

As loans can vary greatly, it is important to shop around before you apply to make sure it is the best choice for you. As well as shopping around you may want to look into alternatives to borrowing to see if they could better suit your needs, for example if you already have the required sums saved, then it may be better to use your savings than to borrow. This is because interest you earn from your savings may be less than the rate of interest that you would need to pay on your loan.

 

Before you decide, compare the Marks and Spencer loan with some of the other leading UK providers to make sure you find the best loan deal for you. You can do this by checking the loan deals above.

THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT.