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Halifax Cashback Extras

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Halifax Cashback Extras Earn up to 15% Cashback at selected retailers when using a Halifax Reward Current Account. Regular retailers offering Cashback include Morrisons, The Body Shop and Just…
jackbailey1 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago22 Comments
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Agree that this is ****. Gives me offers that are 30-40 miles away. No offers from the shops near to me that I use.
They are all reducing the interest or rewards on cash back... so unless you bank abroad or except higher risk or
intend to put in the hours juggling your money around...working the system... you'll get pi ss poor returns ;)
15% not available to all Halifax current account customers e.g. me!

On the reduced monthly reward when in credit, down from £5 to £3 a month from 1/2/2017, I intend switching before it goes down.


Edited By: RayB on Nov 17, 2016 14:41
Have just checked mine and ive collected £30 in cashback which isnt to bad Q park being my best which makes parking in there places a little more bearable.
I have to agree that this Cashback offer is relatively poor in comparison to quidco/TCB and the range of retailers is limited.
However, I have earned around £15 in a year from this without changing my spending habits. Better in my pocket...
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HALIFAX - 0% Balance Transfer and 0% Handling Fee for 25 months

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I took this offer out at the beginning of the year and found that they're still offering it. Great if you have credit you need to transfer over as its completely free! This deal buys you 25 months to
arunmadar Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago30 Comments
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The continue button does not work once you get to the balance transfer page.
mzwhippet
May sound daft, but how do you transfer the balance? I have a high balance on a store card and paying a fortune in interest so how would j transfer it across? Thanks x

Apply for the credit card, receive the credit card, activate it, create account online, log in and there should show an option to transfer from another card. Normally just input the card number and value.

The only problem here is getting a credit card with the limit you need to clear your previous card.
Make sure you have a good credit score before applying.
May sound daft, but how do you transfer the balance? I have a high balance on a store card and paying a fortune in interest so how would j transfer it across? Thanks x
muffboy
GoonerGetYa
any decent deals for cash transfers?
Wonga?
I mean 0% cash transfers with really low transfer fee under 2%
RuudBullit
balluji
note the "up to " 25 months

This is probably worded in this way, as if you miss a payment or pay late, most cards will automatically end the offer instantly and put you on normal rates. This is pretty standard practice.


​actually it means if you don't meet the criteria they will only give you eg 12 months
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£1,000.00 cashback on most new mortgages (now also inc Re-mortgages!) Preston and national. Ends 25th Sept. HALIFAX

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Offer can be withdrawn at any time and excludes: product transfers, further advances and home mover applications through Halifax Intermediaries. Simple £1,000 mortgage cashback offer from Halifax..…
gallopingbanker Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago103 Comments
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geardown107
Do they allow small overpayments? I see they can charge 2-3% for early repayments, but what about £500 a year?


Yes 10% of the outstanding balance per Callander year whist in a fixed rate product
Do they allow small overpayments? I see they can charge 2-3% for early repayments, but what about £500 a year?
Worth noting there is a £295 mortgage arrangement fee on all Halifax mortgages. You can add it on to the loan amount interest free but effectively reduces the £1000 they give with their other hand. You also need to factor in the rate being fairly uncompetitive too. Still likely to be a good deal for those with small balances taken over short periods though.
will this work for existing customers also?
Thanks for this. Went in yesterday morning and got an appointment for the afternoon. Now remortgaged from my NRAM variable rate onto Halifax 5 year fixed. Same term, £10000 debt consolidation included to wipe out some expensive loans and only an extra £30 pcm!
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Halifax 0% for 40 months Balance Transfer Credit Card - until end June 2016.

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This has been posted previously but it expired and has been launched again. 0% for up to 40 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance trans…
whiteswan Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Exactly my point, NO FEE. You then move on to the next one after 24 months. Seems too difficult for some people to comprehend!
is anyone ever got this with Halifax as once you apply they give you different offer.
I went into Birmingham Post office the other day, and they was offering me 22 months on a balance Transfer with No transfer Fee... Or 27 months interest free on purchases
muffboy
Zontes
muffboy
Cold, 2.54% fee. There are FEE FREE cards available.
On a 40 month balance transfer? No you fool.
You the fool, you take out a no fee one for 21 months......then do the same again. It isn't difficult is it?
Not sure you get it! I never argue with a fool, you will beat me with your years of experience.
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Halifax Current Account, £125 switching incentive is back

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Halifax has restarted their switching offer, usual conditions apply and from experience the cash is paid really quickly Terms and conditions. To qualify for the £125 switching offer (“the offer”…
eslick Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago71 Comments
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Try Tesco and paypal
TirolForce165
I have multiple Halifax current accounts with zero money in them you don't need cash to credit these accounts with the monthly £750 if you have a overdraft as you can use the overdraft instead with no charges or costs.
The monthly £750 from my overdraft goes in one account for seconds then I transfer It through the other accounts online and then put it back to clear the overdraft in the original account it came from .
This takes seconds/minutes which I do in daytime banking hours before 3pm .
Direct debits can be gotten at no cost as well.


​Which free dd's have you set up?
I have multiple Halifax current accounts with zero money in them you don't need cash to credit these accounts with the monthly £750 if you have a overdraft as you can use the overdraft instead with no charges or costs.
The monthly £750 from my overdraft goes in one account for seconds then I transfer It through the other accounts online and then put it back to clear the overdraft in the original account it came from .
This takes seconds/minutes which I do in daytime banking hours before 3pm .
Direct debits can be gotten at no cost as well.
Justsuperman
kar999
People voting cold on a much better HSBC £200 switch deal.... this site is so random!http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-200-bank-switch-150-upfront-50-stay-hsbc-new-customers-2460582
Yeah but you have to pay in 1,750 pound a month some people don't have that pay in every month also need 2 DD's

I have a rolling standing order between all my accounts so you don't have to have salary paid in. So long as you have £1750 sitting somewhere like your main current account just transfer it in and out back to where it started.
kar999
People voting cold on a much better HSBC £200 switch deal.... this site is so random!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-200-bank-switch-150-upfront-50-stay-hsbc-new-customers-2460582


Yeah but you have to pay in 1,750 pound a month some people don't have that pay in every month also need 2 DD's
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10% off at Nando's - Halifax Credit Card cashback rewards £1.00

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log on your online account and load the offer to your credit card Offer details Nando's Activated Nando's 10% Expires 25 Jun 2016 Earn 10% Cashback when you next dine at Nando’s, the home of…
Headingley_Lad Avatar6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago28 Comments
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Nandos use battery farmed chickens. Don't know if they use free range eggs.
Rubbish deal... we get 20% off at our Nandos with our Cineworld Unlimited Card.
As stated earlier, you could have 28% off by combining the two.
Discount & cashback are 2 different things tho... it is nice when it eventually comes through but I would prefer money off up front. Not really a deal imo.
Money is money no matter where it comes from and all you have to do is use the card you would normally use anyway. I would expect most people would prefer 28% over 20% but everyone is different.
Rubbish deal... we get 20% off at our Nandos with our Cineworld Unlimited Card.
As stated earlier, you could have 28% off by combining the two.
Discount & cashback are 2 different things tho... it is nice when it eventually comes through but I would prefer money off up front. Not really a deal imo.
Rubbish deal... we get 20% off at our Nandos with our Cineworld Unlimited Card.
As stated earlier, you could have 28% off by combining the two.
Santander 123 does the same
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ICELAND 10% CashBack for Halifax Debit/CreditCard purchase

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Halifax has just introduced a 10% cashback on your next purchase from Iceland. It is ONLY for Halifax Debit/CreditCard owners. To get it you must first activate the offer on your account via mobil…
LucasZ Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago67 Comments
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Donuts123
entourage94
Worked a treat for me, subbscribed online, went in, bought a £1 garlic bread and asked for £50 cashback. Thanks OP :)
If rohitmkiller is correct (see post #31) you'll be in for a whopping 10p cashback for that. :)

That would be hilarious. But still, I'd be 10p better off than the day before I suppose :P
Nice spot!
entourage94
Worked a treat for me, subbscribed online, went in, bought a £1 garlic bread and asked for £50 cashback. Thanks OP :)
If rohitmkiller is correct (see post #31) you'll be in for a whopping 10p cashback for that. :)

Edited By: Donuts123 on Apr 22, 2016 20:31
5% for me not 10%:(
Only have the CC and I don't see this offer on the mobile or website
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Halifax 40 months balance transfer credit card with less fee 2.58%

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This is a limited offer, available until 11 April 2016. 1. 0% for up to 40 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. 2. Minimum £100 balance transfer. At least 51…
kingkhan9 Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago1 Comment
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dont understand why people are voting cold...reasons please....
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Halifax 40 Month Balance Transfer Credit Card

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Halifax 40 Month Balance Transfer Credit Card 0% on balance transfers for 40 months2.85% effective balance transfer fee(Initial 3% fee, 0.15% refunded within 90 days)18.9% representative APR0% on p…
richardhopkins1 Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago28 Comments
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Can I transfer money to my current account? Never had balance transfer thing before always go for purchases offer. I do not have high amount on credit card as i pay it off full every month but can do with this if i can transfer it to my current account.
10dulkar
barryallott
hsnali
A general question, are you more likely to get a balance transfer application approved compared to a new application or it doesn't matter?
Balance transfer is still debt. You will be approved on your credit rating regardless of the balance transfer.
this is not correct...you have a higher probability of getting approved if you are doing a balance transfer...

Yeah you're right.

Transferring the balance shows you won't be adding more debt and the debt to income remains the same. If you don't do it at the point of application they may think you will start borrowing more.

Worked for a few companies who nudge credit limits up to accommodate the BT and for a little extra spend.

Worked for some that don't care and just issue the same limit regardless.
barryallott
hsnali
A general question, are you more likely to get a balance transfer application approved compared to a new application or it doesn't matter?
Balance transfer is still debt. You will be approved on your credit rating regardless of the balance transfer.

this is not correct...you have a higher probability of getting approved if you are doing a balance transfer...

Edited By: 10dulkar on Feb 24, 2016 14:48: Clarification
Use this to find out your chances rather than mark your credit record:

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/eligibility/credit-cards/
hsnali
A general question, are you more likely to get a balance transfer application approved compared to a new application or it doesn't matter?

Balance transfer is still debt. You will be approved on your credit rating regardless of the balance transfer.
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Heads up - Halifax to Increase Current Account Switching Bonus to £125 from Tuesday + Possible £60 cashback over 12 months

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Just a heads up that Halifax are increasing their current account signup bonus to £125 from Tuesday. The bonus is paid within three workings days of a successful transfer using the bank switching serv…
Chanchi32 Avatar9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago177 Comments
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Can anyone confirm if after having paid in £750 and two direct debit payments coming out, if you then withdraw any remaining cash to take your account to a £0 balance, will you get the £5 'bonus' for the month? I'm wondering about their definition of a positive balance, if it's more about not having gone into an overdraft.

Edited By: morgie on Apr 05, 2016 00:24
It could only happen to me...smh..Started the application almost got to Confirm when they offered me overdraft, somehow didn't take a decision and I was timed out telling me I should restart. When I restart the application I get an error telling me I already applied. What to do now?
Quicklite
Coffee100
Hey guys, how du close the account after getting the incentive? I don't want to switch again, but bit worried they might try to get the 125 back.
I don't think they'll try to get it back? Does it say anywhere how long you've got to keep the account?
e.g. do you have to transfer in 750 quid just to be safe?
No doesn't say anywhere how long uouve got to keep account.
Coffee100
Hey guys, how du close the account after getting the incentive? I don't want to switch again, but bit worried they might try to get the 125 back.
I don't think they'll try to get it back? Does it say anywhere how long you've got to keep the account?

e.g. do you have to transfer in 750 quid just to be safe?
Hey guys, how du close the account after getting the incentive? I don't want to switch again, but bit worried they might try to get the 125 back.
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Halifax - 40 month interest free on balance transfers credit card

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Might help someone? - Only available until 15/02/2016 Details on their website;- This is a limited offer, available until 15th February 2016. 0% for up to 40 months from account opening on ba…
Hibbers1 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago45 Comments
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MarkyB77
gus77
MarkyB77
gus77
MarkyB77
It might free up deposit, but it will reduce your affordability ratios if they are tight following MMR circa 2 years ago.
Is this a fact or an assumption?
Fact... you will gain say 10k deposit as you build up a balance and don't spend your deposit, but lose circa 50k of mortgage affordability or worse. Great if your still within your requirement and needs, but not if you are on the cusp. Use HSBC indicator to find out, don't take my word for it.
Thanks!
When you say HSBC indicator are you referring to this https://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/2/mortgages/how-much-can-i-borrow
or something else?
Yes that!
Put an application in with a 10k balance owing on a credit card, vs ZERO balance owing on a credit card. you will see the difference... if you only want a 50k mortgage and earn 100k per year it wont make a scrap of diff. If you earn 40k and want 200k, then owing 10k on a credit card and not, might be the difference, where a 10k less deposit might mean you pay slightly higher interest rate but still get the mortgage and the house. Is this a deal breaker? Depends how much you want the house.

You are right, it makes a big difference indeed. Thanks for the info!
gus77
MarkyB77
gus77
MarkyB77
It might free up deposit, but it will reduce your affordability ratios if they are tight following MMR circa 2 years ago.
Is this a fact or an assumption?
Fact... you will gain say 10k deposit as you build up a balance and don't spend your deposit, but lose circa 50k of mortgage affordability or worse. Great if your still within your requirement and needs, but not if you are on the cusp. Use HSBC indicator to find out, don't take my word for it.
Thanks!
When you say HSBC indicator are you referring to this https://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/2/mortgages/how-much-can-i-borrow
or something else?
Yes that!

Put an application in with a 10k balance owing on a credit card, vs ZERO balance owing on a credit card. you will see the difference... if you only want a 50k mortgage and earn 100k per year it wont make a scrap of diff. If you earn 40k and want 200k, then owing 10k on a credit card and not, might be the difference, where a 10k less deposit might mean you pay slightly higher interest rate but still get the mortgage and the house. Is this a deal breaker? Depends how much you want the house.



Edited By: MarkyB77 on Jan 24, 2016 06:57
Is there a limit to the size of the balance transfer?
Thinking of gettting a kitchen for around 5k on my credit card and transferring to this rather than get a bank loan with daft apr
But if its not 40 months and only 9 like some have said on here il be screwed paying it back in time
MarkyB77
gus77
MarkyB77
It might free up deposit, but it will reduce your affordability ratios if they are tight following MMR circa 2 years ago.
Is this a fact or an assumption?
Fact... you will gain say 10k deposit as you build up a balance and don't spend your deposit, but lose circa 50k of mortgage affordability or worse. Great if your still within your requirement and needs, but not if you are on the cusp. Use HSBC indicator to find out, don't take my word for it.

Thanks!
When you say HSBC indicator are you referring to this
https://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/2/mortgages/how-much-can-i-borrow
or something else?
gus77
MarkyB77
It might free up deposit, but it will reduce your affordability ratios if they are tight following MMR circa 2 years ago.
Is this a fact or an assumption?

Fact... you will gain say 10k deposit as you build up a balance and don't spend your deposit, but lose circa 50k of mortgage affordability or worse. Great if your still within your requirement and needs, but not if you are on the cusp. Use HSBC indicator to find out, don't take my word for it.
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5% cashback on Waitrose spend with Halifax debit/credit card for Halifax account holders

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"Halifax Cashback Extras" offers discounts to Halifax account holders on various stores from time to time. The new offers keep coming up. Currently they are offering 5% cashback on any spend at Waitro…
anujknsl Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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Great if you want a smallish shop. Not as good as previous halifax/waitrose offer if you wanted a big shop. Where they had a £15 off a £100 shop.

If you not used waitrose before. Sign up and use AQ4H20 for £20 off £100 shop. Plus can still get cash back via TCB and the halifax rewards all together, It worked in December when I did it
Is Halifax cashback extras a separate website? I've got account with Halifax but never seen cashback on my online account? Got the £5 reward account and one of their credit cards
cannot find it :-(
tolester
It's one of those drop down menus
Founded it, thanks
It's one of those drop down menus
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Halifax 0% for 23 Months on Balance Transfers with No Fee - The Longest 0% Balance Transfer without a fee in the market + £20 Quidco/TCB

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Halifax have just launched a new credit card offer which is the longest 0% balance transfer card without a fee. - 0% for up to 23 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the firs…
Chanchi32 Avatar11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago82 Comments
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How long was this offer interest free for?
pinkstacey
Arkade
Did anyone else go through the process, get accepted, however on the last page have the message...
"Thank you for applying for a credit card with us. Unfortunately, we can’t start producing your card immediately due to a system error."
?
No, I just applied with success


Yeah I got an "accepted" email soon after.
Arkade
Did anyone else go through the process, get accepted, however on the last page have the message...

"Thank you for applying for a credit card with us. Unfortunately, we can’t start producing your card immediately due to a system error."

?


No, I just applied with success
Did anyone else go through the process, get accepted, however on the last page have the message...

"Thank you for applying for a credit card with us. Unfortunately, we can’t start producing your card immediately due to a system error."

?
magough
Thanks for all the advice.
I tried again and it saidi was 90% chance of being accepted for the Barclycard platinum card so i went for it and got accepted.
They also gave me a limit of over 5k.
Think it helped i added £10k onto my salary.
Way to go!. Did you have to pay a transfer fee?.

I'd try and pay it off toward the end of free period so it will be easier to transfer next time.
I'd try and get a 0% monthly purchase interest card and use that for monthly purchases. I'd guess the Platinum has quite a high IR so try not to add to it unless you can clear it every month. After a few months your CR should improve.
Remember you can transfer more than the balance of your old card so giving you an interest fee loan on you old card.

The trick with Credit cards is to be able to pay them off without incurring interest charges - but that takes financial discipline. Not easy

Edited By: adwils on Jan 06, 2016 15:37
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Help to Buy ISA 4% AER + upto £3000 bonus for first time buyers ( Available from 01/12/15 ) @ Halifax

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**************Available from 1 December 2015***************** Halifax will be offering the market-leader on rate for the Help to Buy ISA.Halifax will offer its Help to Buy ISA at 4% AER from Tuesda…
cliosport65 Avatar1y, 5d agoFound 1 year, 5 days ago275 Comments
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sparkeeh
In case anyone hasn't heard, the Halifax HTB ISA is cutting its interest rate to 3.5% from 8th December. Still trumps the best available on the market at the moment though which are around 2.27%

The drop from 4pc to 3.5pc only applies to those who opened when it was launched with a 4pc interest.
If you're to open one Help to Buy today with Halifax, the interest is just 2%
In case anyone hasn't heard, the Halifax HTB ISA is cutting its interest rate to 3.5% from 8th December. Still trumps the best available on the market at the moment though which are around 2.27%
tomatta
Has anyone opened one of these? I did and deposited the initial £1000, but it then kicked me out of my account until I entered an activation code sent in the post.
I have now signed back on but I can't find any option for setting up the monthly payment for the £200?
Set up a standing order from the sending account
Has anyone opened one of these? I did and deposited the initial £1000, but it then kicked me out of my account until I entered an activation code sent in the post.

I have now signed back on but I can't find any option for setting up the monthly payment for the £200?
My son and his girlfriend are going to do this as not thinking of buying a house for a couple of years and they both have some savings.
Seems to me the ones it will help most those who can afford to save or who have parents who will pay it for them.
I imagine there will be a lot of people who can't afford to save and will never get on the housing ladder.
Would have thought Government would have been better to invest in affordable housing schemes with low deposits that could possibly benefit those caught paying high rent now and not afford to save.

Edited By: annedawso on Dec 06, 2015 10:54
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Halifax 0% balance transfer for 20 months with no fee and possible £20 TCB

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Halifax are offering 20 months 0% on balance transfers with no fee. Yes there are longer deals for 24 months or 32 months, but is it really worth paying best part of 1% fee for just 4 months extra
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dodgymix
Wow, 200 degrees and no Martin Lewis comment as yet


​already on his site ;)
rooney10
The one I found was about 4 weeks ago ... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/halifax-24-month-0-balance-transfer-purchases-credit-card-21-tcb-20-quidco-2278919

very similar but 0.8% balance transfer fee / upto 24 months 0% on purchases


​i posted that deal :)
and me!
got rejected! 1st time ever.
nice
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Halifax Credit card 0% 32 months- Balance T/F 1.39% - £35 cashback - £14 profit + possible £21 TCB too - Min B/T £1500 for cashback

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balance Transfer £1.39 % on £1500+ to qualify for the £35 cashback. TCB has £36 cashback too, so could posibly get both?? £1500 x 1.39% b/t fee (£20.85) + £35 cashback = £14.15 profit + possible £2…
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richje10024 minutes ago#20

I got the post office credit card 0% 25mths, there's £1k on it, can I apply for this and transfer the balance? Only paid my first instant last month. Would help with Xmas and have slightly longer to pay it off.
I have a Halifax card last year to buy my ps4 which I cut up, would I be declined this offer do u think?]

If you still have a long time to go on your P.O. credit card @ 0% , there is no point balance transferring any amount from it, and just because you have cut the Halifax card up , dosnt mean it is not active.The balance would have to be at zero, and cancelled before you could get another Halifax card, but not 100% certain.
Your Halifax card may let you balnce transfer @ 0% with a 3% fee if your at the end of your P.O. credit card 0% deal


Ok cheers mate, the balance is zero on the Halifax card. Spose makes sense to wait, I just don't like their online side of it- utterly useless


richje10024 minutes ago#20

I got the post office credit card 0% 25mths, there's £1k on it, can I apply for this and transfer the balance? Only paid my first instant last month. Would help with Xmas and have slightly longer to pay it off.
I have a Halifax card last year to buy my ps4 which I cut up, would I be declined this offer do u think?]

If you still have a long time to go on your P.O. credit card @ 0% , there is no point balance transferring any amount from it, and just because you have cut the Halifax card up , dosnt mean it is not active.The balance would have to be at zero, and cancelled before you could get another Halifax card, but not 100% certain.
Your Halifax card may let you balnce transfer @ 0% with a 3% fee if your at the end of your P.O. credit card 0% deal


richje10024 minutes ago#20

I got the post office credit card 0% 25mths, there's £1k on it, can I apply for this and transfer the balance? Only paid my first instant last month. Would help with Xmas and have slightly longer to pay it off.
I have a Halifax card last year to buy my ps4 which I cut up, would I be declined this offer do u think?]

If you still have a long time to go on your P.O. credit card @ 0% , there is no point balance transferring any amount from it, and just because you have cut the Halifax card up , dosnt mean it is not active.The balance would have to be at zero, and cancelled before you could get another Halifax card, but not 100% certain.
Your Halifax card may let you balnce transfer @ 0% with a 3% fee if your at the end of your P.O. credit card 0% deal
I got the post office credit card 0% 25mths, there's £1k on it, can I apply for this and transfer the balance? Only paid my first instant last month. Would help with Xmas and have slightly longer to pay it off.
I have a Halifax card last year to buy my ps4 which I cut up, would I be declined this offer do u think?
1.39% effective fee applies on each balance transfer made in the first 90 days.
An initial 3% fee applies; we'll then refund 1.61% within 90 days, so the effective fee is 1.39%. The refund applies for balance transfers in the first 90 days from when we open your account, after which a 3% fee applies for each balance transfer
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Halifax 24 Month 0% Balance Transfer & Purchases Credit Card + £21 TCB / £20 Quidco

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As the battle for the credit cards continue Halifax have brought out a good all rounder credit card which offers : 0% for up to 24 months from account opening on balance transfers made within the f…
cliosport65 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago40 Comments
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Cashback on quidco is now £25 (expires in 4 days)
Could you get this if you are already have another Halifax credit card ?
I got 21 months quidco is now not available Halifax aren't on anymore but are on tcb
cliosport65
???????????
coathanger
In light of today's news and transfer fees..hmm.
There were numerous news reports today highlighting the vast majority believed 0% transfers to be free. It was only later, when spotting the charge, that people caught on to a charge.
???????????
coathanger
In light of today's news and transfer fees..hmm.
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HALIFAX Reward Current Account £125 switching bonus + possible £60 year £185.00

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Hey guys, some sources have told me the £100 bonus will be rising to £125 in the next week or so. Additional £5 per month when you pay in £750 per month and have 2 outgoing direct debits.
ciaranf Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago68 Comments
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It was my first time switching but i took the jump, credit where credit's due i received my £125 a few days ago.....but has anyone got any idea if we're required to stay with Halifax for a set period of time to secure it? Or as the cash has now come in, is it a done deal and i could happily switch away??

Can't find their T&C's regarding this anywhere!
Do I need to let my work know that my bank account has changed or hmrc who pay tax credits, will I have to do that or can halifax do that as part of the switching....
Ive just bought a house, my first mortgage payment won't be taken until 1st Novemember, will Halifax still be able to transfer this over so my mortgage is paired to my new halifax...want to get it done before 18th october so i get better switching rate.
So our transfer completed a couple days ago. Any idea how long till meant to get the £125?
Gozer
I was allowed a overdraft facility of £2,900 but can someone confirm that if I don't use it I won't be charged a penny?
I don't know of any high street bank account that charges you for an overdraft facility that you aren't using!
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Make up to £450 - Bank Account Switching Mega Thread

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**Make up to £450 for very little work** I know these have been on here before individually, though I thought I may as well list them all together. If you have already done any of these or received…
samspud Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago27 Comments
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well took a while but, switched from TSB to Halifax = £100, switched to Co-op = £100, Switched to Yorkshire bank = £150 and just got to First Direct = £100
so all in Ive had £450 so far and hardly made a dent on credit score, I would say about an hours work each time
Thanks OP :-)
samspud
trojanh
If I make these switches all within a few months, being under 21, will this have consequences after 1-3 years?
Definately not

Why is it such negatively voted? How long is the mark left for on my credit history?
trojanh
If I make these switches all within a few months, being under 21, will this have consequences after 1-3 years?


Definately not
If I make these switches all within a few months, being under 21, will this have consequences after 1-3 years?
samspud
Lucifer2007
Started Co-Op switch so will see how that goes
Good to know mate. Glad it helped


​i did most of them, no effect at all on your credit score as long as you keep within terms and conditions
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Market Leading 2 Year Fixed Rate ISA 2.00% + Halifax Savers Prize Draw Each Month @ Halifax

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Halifax has offered a market leading ISA which is a 2 year fixed at 2.00% called ISA Saver Fixed plus the chance to enter the Halifax Savers Prize Draw 3 top prizes of £100,000 You’ve a chance of w…
cliosport65 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago34 Comments
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Markhelp
If you read the terms and conditions on the Halifax web site,an ISA account,even if you have more than 5k in does NOT qualify you for the monthly prize draw. It's only savings or current accounts that qualify you for the draw. You even have to have at least 5k in for a whole month before you are entered into the draw.
Wrong don't know where your reading that? Savings accounts & ISAs DO count towards the savers draw. Current account and children's savings accounts DO NOT count towards the savers draw :)
If you read the terms and conditions on the Halifax web site,an ISA account,even if you have more than 5k in does NOT qualify you for the monthly prize draw. It's only savings or current accounts that qualify you for the draw. You even have to have at least 5k in for a whole month before you are entered into the draw.
people seem to be like sheep and vote cold without reading or understanding, see it cold vote it cold :| at least if you are voting cold be nice and leave a comment as to why :)
Jiming
chrisf74
Put it in premium bonds!! Can't believe we're all getting a twitch on over 2% savings account!!

As far as I'm aware the prizes are currently at 1.35%.


correct alot of people don't know this and usually win the equivalent to this in a prize ;)
chrisf74
Put it in premium bonds!! Can't believe we're all getting a twitch on over 2% savings account!!


​With the Halifax you get the chance to win up to £100000 each month as well as other prizes X)