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Monthly Balance Transfers Statistics 2016

In January 2016, £1,365 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £322 millions or 30.87% compares to £1,043 millions(generated from 472,000 transactions) in December 2015. The £1,365 millions is generated from 588,000 transactions, which means an average £2,321 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,210 in December 2015). The 30.87% growth is moderate compares to over 50% in the same period over the past years.
It is common to observe a low balance transfers activity in December every year, and this is followed by a spike in balance transfers in January every year. This is expected as cardholders are busy shopping and spending for the holiday seasons in December, and then transferred the credit card balances to a favourable 0% credit cards in January.

In February 2016, £1,326 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £39 millions or 2.86% compares to £1,365 millions(generated from 588,000 transactions) in January 2016. The £1,326 millions is generated from 568,000 transactions, which means an average £2,335 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,321 in January 2016).

In March 2016, £1,263 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £63 millions or 4.75% compares to £1,326 millions(generated from 568,000 transactions) in February 2016. The £1,263 millions is generated from 552,000 transactions, which means an average £2,288 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,321 in February 2016).

In April 2016, £1,164 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £99 millions or 7.84% compares to £1,263 millions(generated from 552,000 transactions) in March 2016. The £1,164 millions is generated from 515,000 transactions, which means an average £2,260 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,288 in March 2016).

In May 2016, £1,214 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £50 millions or 4.30% compares to £1,164 millions(generated from 515,000 transactions) in April 2016. The £1,214 millions is generated from 537,000 transactions, which means an average £2,261 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,260 in April 2016).

In June 2016, £1,174 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £40 millions or 3.29% compares to £1,214 millions(generated from 537,000 transactions) in May 2016. The £1,174 millions is generated from 528,000 transactions, which means an average £2,223 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,261 in May 2016).

In July 2016, £1,104 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £70 millions or 5.96% compares to £1,174 millions(generated from 528,000 transactions) in June 2016. The £1,104 millions is generated from 513,000 transactions, which means an average £2,152 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,223 in June 2016).

In August 2016, £1,233 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £129 millions or 11.68% compares to £1,104 millions(generated from 513,000 transactions) in July 2016. The £1,233 millions is generated from 560,000 transactions, which means an average £2,202 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,152 in July 2016).

UK Yearly Balance Transfers Statistics

In 2015, £13.452 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £307 millions or 2.34% compares to £13.145 billions in 2014. The £13.452 billions balance transfers is generated from 6.057 millions transactions, which means an average £2,221 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,188 in 2014).
In 2014, £13.145 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £797 millions or 6.45% compares to £12.348 billions in 2013. The £13.145 billions balance transfers is generated from 6.009 millions transactions, which means an average £2,188 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,167 in 2013).
In 2013, £12.348 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £1.462 billions or 13.43% compares to £10.886 billions in 2012. The £12.348 billions balance transfers is generated from 5.697 millions transactions, which means an average £2,167 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,120 in 2012).
In 2012, £10.886 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £115 millions or 1.05% compares to £11.001 billions in 2011. The £10.886 billions balance transfers is generated from 5.136 millions transactions, which means an average £2,120 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,150 in 2011).
In 2011, £11.001 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £32 millions or 3.00% compares to £10.681 billions in 2010. The £11.001 billions balance transfers is generated from 5.117 millions transactions, which means an average £2,150 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,084 in 2010).
£10.681 billions is recorded for credit card balance transfers in 2010, a decrease of £113 millions or 1.05% compares to £10.794 billions(generated from 5.322 millions transactions) in 2009. The £10.681 billions balance transfers is generated from 5.125 millions transactions, which means an average £2,084 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2028 in 2009).

Monthly Balance Transfers Statistics 2015

In January 2015, £1,343 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £337 millions or 33.50% compares to £1,006 millions(generated from 459,000 transactions) in December 2014. The £1,343 millions is generated from 592,000 transactions, which means an average £2,269 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,192 in December 2014). The 33.50% growth is moderate compares to over 50% in the same period over the past years.
It is common to observe a low balance transfers activity in December every year, and this is followed by a spike in balance transfers in January every year. This is expected as cardholders are busy shopping and spending for the holiday seasons in December, and then transferred the credit card balances to a favourable 0% credit cards in January.

In February 2015, £1,177 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £166 millions or 12.36% compares to £1,343 millions(generated from 592,000 transactions) in January 2015. The £1,177 millions is generated from 536,000 transactions, which means an average £2,196 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,269 in January 2015).

In March 2015, £1,146 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £30 millions or 2.55% compares to £1,176 millions(generated from 536,000 transactions) in February 2015. The £1,146 millions is generated from 530,000 transactions, which means an average £2,162 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,194 in February 2015).

In April 2015, £1,053 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £93 millions or 8.12% compares to £1,146 millions(generated from 530,000 transactions) in March 2015. The £1,053 millions is generated from 479,000 transactions, which means an average £2,198 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,162 in March 2015).

In May 2015, £1,031 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £22 millions or 2.09% compares to £1,053 millions(generated from 479,000 transactions) in April 2015. The £1,031 millions is generated from 457,000 transactions, which means an average £2,256 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,198 in April 2015).

In June 2015, £1,169 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £138 millions or 13.39% compares to £1,031 millions(generated from 457,000 transactions) in May 2015. The £1,169 millions is generated from 521,000 transactions, which means an average £2,244 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,256 in May 2015).

In July 2015, £1,135 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £34 millions or 2.91% compares to £1,169 millions(generated from 521,000 transactions) in June 2015. The £1,135 millions is generated from 514,000 transactions, which means an average £2,208 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,244 in June 2015).

In August 2015, £1,013 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £122 millions or 10.75% compares to £1,135 millions(generated from 514,000 transactions) in July 2015. The £1,013 millions is generated from 461,000 transactions, which means an average £2,197 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,208 in July 2015).

In September 2015, £1,145 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £132 millions or 13.03% compares to £1,013 millions(generated from 461,000 transactions) in August 2015. The £1,145 millions is generated from 514,000 transactions, which means an average £2,228 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,197 in August 2015).

In October 2015, £1,090 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £55 millions or 4.80% compares to £1,145 millions(generated from 514,000 transactions) in September 2015. The £1,090 millions is generated from 484,000 transactions, which means an average £2,252 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,228 in September 2015).

In November 2015, £1,109 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £19 millions or 1.74% compares to £1,090 millions(generated from 484,000 transactions) in October 2015. The £1,109 millions is generated from 496,000 transactions, which means an average £2,236 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,252 in October 2015).

In December 2015, £1,043 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £66 millions or 5.95% compares to £1,109 millions(generated from 496,000 transactions) in November 2015. The £1,043 millions is generated from 472,000 transactions, which means an average £2,210 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,236 in November 2015).

Monthly Balance Transfers Statistics 2014

In January 2014, £1,370 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £472 millions or 52.56% compares to £898 millions(generated from 429,000 transactions) in December 2013. The £1,370 millions is generated from 620,000 transactions, which means an average £2,210 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,093 in December 2013). It is common to observe a low balance transfers activity in December every year, and this is followed by a spike in balance transfers in January every year. This is expected as cardholders are busy shopping and spending for the holiday seasons in December, and then transferred the credit card balances to a favourable 0% credit cards in January.

In February 2014, £1,152 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £218 millions or 15.91% compares to £1,370 millions in January 2014. The £1,152 millions is generated from 527,000 transactions, which means an average £2,186 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,210 in January 2014).

In March 2014, £1,016 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £136 millions or 11.81% compares to £1,152 millions in February 2014. The £1,016 millions is generated from 467,000 transactions, which means an average £2,176 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,186 in February 2014).

In April 2014, £979 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £37 millions or 3.64% compares to £1,016 millions in March 2014. The £979 millions is generated from 456,000 transactions, which means an average £2,147 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,176 in March 2014).

In May 2014, £1,046 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £67 millions or 6.84% compares to £979 millions in April 2014. The £1,046 millions is generated from 480,000 transactions, which means an average £2,179 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,147 in April 2014).

In June 2014, £1,085 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £39 millions or 3.73% compares to £1,046 millions in May 2014. The £1,085 millions is generated from 489,000 transactions, which means an average £2,219 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,179 in May 2014).

In July 2014, £1,154 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £69 millions or 6.36% compares to £1,085 millions in June 2014. The £1,154 millions is generated from 531,000 transactions, which means an average £2,173 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,219 in June 2014).

In August 2014, £1,046 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £108 millions or 9.36% compares to £1,154 millions in July 2014. The £1,046 millions is generated from 478,000 transactions, which means an average £2,188 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,173 in July 2014).

In September 2014, £1,186 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £140 millions or 13.38% compares to £1,046 millions in August 2014. The £1,186 millions is generated from 540,000 transactions, which means an average £2,196 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,188 in August 2014).

In October 2014, £1,110 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £76 millions or 6.41% compares to £1,186 millions in September 2014. The £1,110 millions is generated from 505,000 transactions, which means an average £2,198 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,196 in September 2014).

In November 2014, £997 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £113 millions or 10.18% compares to £1,110 millions in October 2014. The £997 millions is generated from 459,000 transactions, which means an average £2,172 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,198 in October 2014).

In December 2014, £1,006 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £9 millions or 0.90% compares to £997 millions in November 2014. The £1,006 millions is generated from 459,000 transactions, which means an average £2,192 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,172 in November 2014).

Monthly Balance Transfers Statistics 2013

In January 2013, £1,126 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £384 millions or 51.75% compares to £742 millions(generated from 362,000 transactions) in December 2012. The £1,126 millions is generated from 524,000 transactions, which means an average £2,149 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,050 in December 2012).

In February 2013, £948 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £178 millions or 15.81% compares to £1,126 millions in January 2013. The £948 millions is generated from 441,000 transactions, which means an average £2,150 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,149 in January 2013).

In March 2013, £877 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £71 millions or 7.49% compares to £948 millions in February 2013. The £877 millions is generated from 409,000 transactions, which means an average £2,144 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,150 in February 2013).

In April 2013, £967 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £90 millions or 10.26% compares to £877 millions in March 2013. The £967 millions is generated from 449,000 transactions, which means an average £2,154 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,144 in March 2013).

In May 2013, £1,000 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £33 millions or 3.41% compares to £967 millions in April 2013. The £1,000 millions is generated from 451,000 transactions, which means an average £2,217 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,154 in April 2013).

In June 2013, £989 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £11 millions or 1.10% compares to £1,000 millions in May 2013. The £989 millions is generated from 447,000 transactions, which means an average £2,213 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,217 in May 2013).

In July 2013, £1,173 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £184 millions or 18.60% compares to £989 millions in June 2013. The £1,173 millions is generated from 533,000 transactions, which means an average £2,201 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,213 in June 2013).

In August 2013, £1,091 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £82 millions or 7.00% compares to £1,173 millions in July 2013. The £1,091 millions is generated from 504,000 transactions, which means an average £2,165 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,201 in July 2013).

In September 2013, £1,111 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £20 millions or 1.83% compares to £1,091 millions in August 2013. The £1,111 millions is generated from 507,000 transactions, which means an average £2,191 per balance transfer(an increase compares to £2,165 in August 2013).

In October 2013, £1,162 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, an increase of £51 millions or 4.59% compares to £1,111 millions in September 2013. The £1,162 millions is generated from 532,000 transactions, which means an average £2,184 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,191 in September 2013).

In November 2013, £1,004 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £158 millions or 13.60% compares to £1,162 millions in October 2013. The £1,004 millions is generated from 469,000 transactions, which means an average £2,141 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,184 in October 2013).

In December 2013, £898 millions is recorded for credit card balance transfers, a decrease of £106 millions or 10.56% compares to £1,004 millions in November 2013. The £898 millions is generated from 429,000 transactions, which means an average £2,093 per balance transfer(a decrease compares to £2,141 in November 2013).

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