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Bankinter Solidarios Card

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Tarjeta Solidarios Bankinter

A card for you and for others too.

We give something back

We donate every last cent of the profit from the Bankinter Solidarios card to social action projects.

And of course there's no issuance or maintenance fee with this card.

You give something back

Because when you pay in the form of Deferred Payment, the bank donates 5% of the amount of all your purchases to social action projects.

Choose how you want to pay

With the Deferred Payment mode, we donate 5% to social action projects. If you prefer to pay in full, we'll donate 0.25% to projects. Terms and conditions apply.

Compra Smart

Our best option if you need to defer the payment of one or more items, available from €90. You can choose the number of instalments or pay a fixed amount over 3 to 36 months. Terms and conditions apply.

Smart Cash

This card lets you transfer cash to your current account, so you'll always be able to access the liquidity you need to cover any unexpected expenses. Terms and conditions apply.

Free cash withdrawals

You'll be able to withdraw cash from your account without a fee1 from more than 17,000 ATMs: all Bankinter ATMs, all the ones in the EURO 6000 network, plus Grupo Cajas Rurales, Deutsche Bank, Grupo Cajamar, Laboral Kutxa, Banco Pastor, Targo Bank, Euro Automatic Cash ATMs and Euronet.

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Payment method

The Solidarios card is issued with the Deferred Payment (“Revolving”) method.

  • Deferred Payment (“Revolving”) method

    With this method you defer repayment of the credit used by paying regular instalments which may consists of a fixed amount or a percentage of the debt each month. The minimum monthly instalment is the 3% of the credit balance drawn with a minimum amount of €30.00.

    Provided you pay the minimum established in the contract (3.00% of the balance drawn with a minimum instalment of €30.00), you can choose the amount you want to pay and change it whenever you want.

    The agreed interest rate is applied to the principal drawn down. See "Annual Nominal Interest Rate".

    The part of the monthly instalment used to repay the principal replenishes your credit limit, so it is basically like a loan that is renewed on each settlement.

    You can change the payment method after activating your card at any time as long as you notify us five (5) days before the end of the settlement month through the Bankinter website or app, by calling Telephone Banking on 91 657 88 00 or by visiting a branch.

  • End of month payment method

    With this payment method, purchases and withdrawals made before the end of the settlement period must be paid, without interest (0.00% A.P.R.), on the date stated in your card contract.

Issue and maintenance fee

No annual fee.

Limit on withdrawals

For credit withdrawals the limit on purchases is €1,200 per day and per month; at ATMs it is €1,000 per day and €1,200 per month. For debit withdrawals, you can withdraw up to €9,000 per month, if your account balance is sufficient.

Card Nominal annual Interest Rate

(i) With the Deferred Payment (“Revolving”) method:

a) For purchases: 17.52% N.I.R. (19.00% A.P.R.) b) For cash withdrawals on credit at ATMs: 17.52% N.I.R. (19.00% A.P.R.) c) For the Smart Cash service that allows you to transfer cash from your card to your current account with a charge to your credit line: 17.52% N.I.R. (19.00% A.P.R.).
This transaction will be paid along with all the other amounts drawn down and the economic conditions linked to your card payment method will be applied.

For example, assuming the contract remains in force for its entire duration and the parties fulfil their obligations under the agreed terms and conditions:

For purchases with the deferred payment (“revolving”) method, cash withdrawals on credit at ATMs and transfers of cash to your Smart Cash current account:

If you draw down €1,500 on the first of the month and it is financed under the deferred payment (“revolving”) method for 48 months, and provided that you do not use any more of the credit assigned to the card, with the fixed annual Nominal Interest Rate of 17.52% (A.P.R. 19.00%), you would pay a total amount of €2,096.88 (€1,500 for principal and €596.88 for interest) in 48 monthly instalments. The first 47 instalments would be €43.69 and the last €43.45, at the end of which you would have repaid the credit facility in full. Total cost €596,88. French repayment system.

This example would vary according to the instalment or percentage chosen.

(ii) Deferred payment method in stores: 17.52% N.I.R. (19.00% A.P.R.). The deferred payment service in stores lets you spreads the cost of a purchase over three, six, nine or 12 months at the store's POS terminal, with a minimum purchase amount of €60. For a purchase of €1,200 made on the first day of the month with the deferred payment in stores method, fixed instalments to be paid over 12 months and assuming there are no more drawdowns during this period. Annual fixed Nominal Interest Rate: 17.52%, A.P.R. 19.00%, with 11 monthly instalments of €109.74 and a final instalment of €109.77. Total amount payable: € 1.316,91, of which €116,91 is interest. Total cost: 116,91€. French repayment system.

(iii) For the end of month payment method: interest-free. 0.00% A.P.R.

(iv) For the Compra Smart payment method 17.52% N.I.R.(19.00% A.P.R.). This is a special payment method available within the general end of month payment method that lets you split purchases of €90 or more across between three to 36 months, with a minimum monthly instalment of €30.

Example for a Compra Smart purchase of €1,200 made on the first day of the month with a repayment period of 36 months at 17.52% N.I.R., 19.00% A.P.R.: the first instalment, which only includes interest, will be €17.52, the next 34 instalments will be €44.03 each, and the final instalment will be €44.16. Total amount repayable: €1,558.70, of which €358.70 is interest. Total cost €358,70. French repayment system.

Insurance

The Bankinter Solidarios card includes free accident insurance up to €30,000. See all the conditions here: 

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Important information

In compliance with current European legislation, we provide the Pre-contractual information for the Bankinter Solidarios card and the Quarterly information on fees and interest rates.

Card issued and financing offered by Bankinter Consumer Finance, E.F.C., S.A., a hybrid payment entity with a safeguard system consisting of the deposit of the funds in a separate current account opened at Bankinter, S.A., registered with Banco de España under number 8832, with registered office at 12 Avda. de Bruselas, 28108, Alcobendas, Madrid, recorded in Volume 22,729, Folio 181, Sheet No. M-259543 of the Madrid Companies Register, and with Tax ID Number A82650672.

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What type of projects do the funds raised go to?

The projects are extremely diverse. Every year, five projects are selected from five different areas. To give you an idea, here are the projects selected in 2017.

  • The Dacer Foundation, with the "NAO Therapist" robot project, an innovative therapeutic tool for children with brain injuries: this project received the most votes and was awarded the Gold Card.
  • The Jaime Alonso Abruña Foundation, providing educational support to 40 children with different abilities under the slogan "Every child matters". This foundation received the second most votes and was awarded the Silver Card.
  • As Neves-Zone 0 presented the "Planting life" project, aiming to raise awareness and foster initiatives to restore the forest mass reduced to ashes by a fire that affected almost 90% of the Concello de As Neves area. This project received the third most votes and was awarded the Bronze Card.
  • The first runner-up prize went to the Exit Foundation, for its "eDuo" project to offer training in institutes and internships to young people at risk of exclusion.
  • The "Kankindi" international cooperation project was awarded the second runner-up prize.

How are the projects chosen?

Every year, Bankinter's employees can propose initiatives to get involved in. A jury is then formed in which Bankinter Solidarios cardholders and journalists specialising in corporate social responsibility are invited to participate. This jury selects the projects that are then voted for in our corporate social media channels.

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