Definition of rate tart in English:

rate tart

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noun

British informal
A person who switches from one credit card or mortgage provider to another in order to take advantage of special introductory offers.
More example sentences
  • Over the past six months - for the first time in my life - I have been a rate tart.
  • However, in the end, I decided against making my son a rate tart - for now, at least.
  • These days, thanks to the wonders of the Web, being a rate tart is an absolute doddle.

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