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HSBC Credit card - £25 cashback offer

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Until the 28th Feb, HSBC are offering £25 cashback if you apply for an HSBC Credit Card and use the credit card for either a purchase or a balance transfer within 60 days of opening the credit card ac… Read More
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Until the 28th Feb, HSBC are offering £25 cashback if you apply for an HSBC Credit Card and use the credit card for either a purchase or a balance transfer within 60 days of opening the credit card account.

No minimum spend but balance transfer has a minimum of £50 (1.4% fee)

So buy something for £1 and pay it off staight away (although you get 3 months 0% on spends)

Might be of use for stoozers out there
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bestbuy123
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending

Not if you know how to use them they're not.

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#1
thanks!
#2
Thanks
#3
£25 bagged...hopefully
#4
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending
#5
Thanks for posting
1 Like #6
£25 is chickenfeed compared to alternative incentives
#7
luvsadealdealdeal
£25 is chickenfeed compared to alternative incentives
you want to do as many as possible dont you?
i personally cant use the rest of them for one reason or another
#8
andreasuk
luvsadealdealdeal
£25 is chickenfeed compared to alternative incentives
you want to do as many as possible dont you?
i personally cant use the rest of them for one reason or another

not really as many as possible IMV - you need to be focused

£25 is OK if you don't intend to put much money through your crtedit cards

if you can put through (say) £3000 in a couple of months, I'd rather get £200 back
#9
Thanks, heated.

https://i.imgbox.com/wRKTNyov.png
#10
luvsadealdealdeal
andreasuk
luvsadealdealdeal
£25 is chickenfeed compared to alternative incentives
you want to do as many as possible dont you?
i personally cant use the rest of them for one reason or another
not really as many as possible IMV - you need to be focused
£25 is OK if you don't intend to put much money through your crtedit cards
if you can put through (say) £3000 in a couple of months, I'd rather get £200 back
we do it differently:-)
I only got the card to gain £25...thats all
1 Like #11
Excellent deal and the criticisms make no sense. The beauty of this is the simplicity - £25 for getting a card, making one small spend on it and paying it off then closing the account is easy money. No need to spend loads or wait months.
5 Likes #12
bestbuy123
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending

Not if you know how to use them they're not.
#13
Can existing card members apply???
Got this offer last year with balance transfer - heat.
1 Like #14
bestbuy123
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending

they aren't the bad habit :)
#15
are HSBC credit cards contactless?
#16
How would this affect your credit record? Taking out different cards, using briefly, then leaving dormant wouldn't look good I'm guessing?
#17
Heat! how do you get the £25 cashback, will it be put onto your card?
#18
mario999
How would this affect your credit record? Taking out different cards, using briefly, then leaving dormant wouldn't look good I'm guessing?
don't think there is an issue as long as card is cleared
1 Like #19
What offers are better? Genuinely interested as based on these comments it seems I may be missing something. I know about the £2k on Amex to get £100 back, but are there any others that are worth me looking at?
#20
ichabod05
What offers are better? Genuinely interested as based on these comments it seems I may be missing something. I know about the £2k on Amex to get £100 back, but are there any others that are worth me looking at?

Me too. Took the Amex one out. Got a lot to spend over the next few months so more cashback rewards the better!
#21
I have the Asda one, 1% cashback in Asda and 0.5% on other purchases, but I'm looking for something else as I don't find it very reliable.
suspended#22
loady
I have the Asda one, 1% cashback in Asda and 0.5% on other purchases, but I'm looking for something else as I don't find it very reliable.

How is a credit card unreliable?
#23
ruudvanbains
Heat! how do you get the £25 cashback, will it be put onto your card?
Yes, put on to the credit card within 60 days, or if you are already an HSBC bank customer, it is paid into there.
#24
ichabod05
What offers are better? Genuinely interested as based on these comments it seems I may be missing something. I know about the £2k on Amex to get £100 back, but are there any others that are worth me looking at?

If you're happy with how it would require you to manage your finances, get a long interest free (on purchases) card (offers often for close to 2yrs) and stick your cash in a savings account in the mean time at the best rate you can find (I know, not the best time) and see that savings rate as your equivalent 'cashback' rate.

Edited By: morgie on Jan 18, 2017 12:55: .
#25
are HSBC credit cards contactless?
#26
nevermind - apparently not
#27
Tesco_horse_meat
are HSBC credit cards contactless?
nopes
#28
ruudvanbains
mario999
How would this affect your credit record? Taking out different cards, using briefly, then leaving dormant wouldn't look good I'm guessing?
don't think there is an issue as long as card is cleared

Not really an issue, but it does show up as "available credit" when you apply for a loan etc.
1 Like #29
sniperpenguin
ruudvanbains
mario999
How would this affect your credit record? Taking out different cards, using briefly, then leaving dormant wouldn't look good I'm guessing?
don't think there is an issue as long as card is cleared
Not really an issue, but it does show up as "available credit" when you apply for a loan etc.
I've read somewhere unused credit goes against your credit rating - if you don't use it, get rid of it.
#30
My credit report shows how much I have "borrowed" even if my cards are at 0.

Borrowed = Credit in their eyes I guess
#31
eslick
bestbuy123
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending

they aren't the bad habit :)


I think not using a credit card is a bad habit if the purchase is likely to be over £100, and in particular if it is a holiday being paid for, people would have to be crazy not to use a credit card. That extra protection is a valuable commodity to me.
#32
Chiptivo
loady
I have the Asda one, 1% cashback in Asda and 0.5% on other purchases, but I'm looking for something else as I don't find it very reliable.

How is a credit card unreliable?


was thinking exactly the same lol :)
#33
Thanks. I will apply for my husband as i have been trying to get rid of his capital one card for over a year now as it used to give cashback but he doesnt get anything from it any more. £25 is better in his pocket than not :)
#34
mutley1
Thanks. I will apply for my husband as i have been trying to get rid of his capital one card for over a year now as it used to give cashback but he doesnt get anything from it any more. £25 is better in his pocket than not :)

Is it the one that includes the £10 bonus in January every year and has no fees for spend abroad? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/capital-one-credit-card-0-5-unlimited-cashback-1741452 I'm still getting cashback paid on that one, but not an earlier Capital One card I had that doesn't have the other benefits.


Edited By: morgie on Jan 18, 2017 20:13
#35
PLEASE READ THROUGH THIS TO UNDERSTAND CREDIT CARDS! http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/credit-cards/
#36
morgie
mutley1
Thanks. I will apply for my husband as i have been trying to get rid of his capital one card for over a year now as it used to give cashback but he doesnt get anything from it any more. £25 is better in his pocket than not :)
Is it the one that includes the £10 bonus in January every year and has no fees for spend abroad? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/capital-one-credit-card-0-5-unlimited-cashback-1741452 I'm still getting cashback paid on that one, but not an earlier Capital One card I had that doesn't have the other benefits.

It did pay £10 each january and it also had 1% cashback but both were removed. I will just double check the january bonus but i recollect this was removed along with the 1% cashback.
#37
morgie
mutley1
Thanks. I will apply for my husband as i have been trying to get rid of his capital one card for over a year now as it used to give cashback but he doesnt get anything from it any more. £25 is better in his pocket than not :)
Is it the one that includes the £10 bonus in January every year and has no fees for spend abroad? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/capital-one-credit-card-0-5-unlimited-cashback-1741452 I'm still getting cashback paid on that one, but not an earlier Capital One card I had that doesn't have the other benefits.

Just checked. The £10 bonus was also removed so really no point staying with them any more.
#38
bestbuy123
I try to avoid credit cards as they are a bad habit of unnecessary spending


what the BS?!
2 Likes #39
shahid2000
Can existing card members apply???
Got this offer last year with balance transfer - heat.

If you click on the t&c it says no.
#40
cliosport65
Chiptivo
loady
I have the Asda one, 1% cashback in Asda and 0.5% on other purchases, but I'm looking for something else as I don't find it very reliable.
How is a credit card unreliable?
was thinking exactly the same lol :)

It has been refused on multiple Internet transactions for no apparent reason, TFL & Origin in particular and Asda can't fix it! Apart from that it's fine and contactless.

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