HSBC Plus account Half price Three Months half price + 50 Cashback + 30 Cashback quidco = £4.50/month - HotUKDeals
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This deal is only for people who previously have been HSBC plus customers or potential new customers. Hsbc doing 3 months half price saving 19.50 quid + are giving 50 quid cashback.Go via quidco to get a further 30 quid cashback = 99.50 saved.
You spend 12.95 quid a month. But after saving its almost 4.50/month. 66% saving.
Here are the benefits of this account.
Worldwide Travel Insurance¥
International Debit Card Cash withdrawals abroad free of HSBC ATM transaction fees
Roadside Breakdown Assistance§
Life Cover/Accidental Death benefit with £3,000 benefit§
24/7 Identity Theft Assistance
8% AER/Gross preferential rate on our Regular Saver
Preferential Mortgage terms
10% Cashback on Personal Loans. Typical 8.7% APR from £7,000 to £25,000 for a car or home improvements.
Accommodation and travel discounts
Discounts on entertainment and dining out in UK
and more.
Now that has to be a good deal
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#1
do you people own shares in quidco or something?

Why not state that you get the same cashback from topcashback without the £5 annual fee that quidco charges you?
#2
buckfast67uk
do you people own shares in quidco or something?

Why not state that you get the same cashback from topcashback without the £5 annual fee that quidco charges you?

Look most people for some reason on this website quote quidco and thats what I have done as well.I know that quidco is not listed at all on the FTSE otherwise I am
sure all hukdeals members would have shares in them.
Please post comments on the deal and not cashback websites. Thank you
#3
Not worth £156 per annum, and not really worth doing just for the 3 cheap months. Come to that I'd argue whether its worth 4.50 a month full stop, but I guess stuff like the insurance and car breakdown cover would make it hot for some. Suppose you could do it for 3 months and save yourself some hol insurance premiums if you are due to go abroad in the near future

Not voting hot or cold btw
#4
Johnboy_1975
Not worth £156 per annum, and not really worth doing just for the 3 cheap months. Come to that I'd argue whether its worth 4.50 a month full stop, but I guess stuff like the insurance and car breakdown cover would make it hot for some. Suppose you could do it for 3 months and save yourself some hol insurance premiums if you are due to go abroad in the near future

Not voting hot or cold btw

As usual some people never improve on this website and vote deals cold . Kindly post a better deal. this deal which actually costs 4.50/month (as explained) is totally worth it for 3 good reasons.

Full family travel insurance a year for unlimited journeys in a year = Roughly 70 - 80 quid atleast for a single journey.
Breakdown cover costing atleast 30 quid
8% Rate on a regular saver.
Please find deals and post them (before dismissing this one) for me where all three of above included for 57 quid mate.
#5
I at times dont understand why I am wasting my time shouting to the world about this deal when people just run it down without posting better ones.
#6
Worldwide Travel Insurance

£30-45 MSE

International Debit Card Cash withdrawals abroad free of HSBC ATM transaction fees:

Other banks give it free and how often non high flyers use it

Roadside Breakdown Assistance§

Equivalent Cover £30-40 Less Cashback £20 if you rotate the companies annually

Life Cover/Accidental Death benefit with £3,000 benefit§

if 40 year old pays £30 pm for around £100K then lets say another £30-40 p.a for £3000 max

24/7 Identity Theft Assistance

scaremonger insurance

8% AER/Gross preferential rate on our Regular Saver

Only on £250pm or £3000 in one year ( Average £1500 * say 5% better than best pure instant access = £75

Preferential Mortgage terms

Better deals elsewher

10% Cashback on Personal Loans. Typical 8.7% APR from £7,000 to £25,000 for a car or home improvements.

rates out there for good credit history 7.9% so probably neutral

Accommodation and travel discounts
Discounts on entertainment and dining out in UK
and more.

Use other sites including this one and MSE

Now that has to be a good deal


So overpriced

Voted Cold
banned#7
voted cold, horrible deal.
#8
Voted cold because I don't think it's a good deal :)

A lot of the things offered can be had for free on other accounts. You can get £50 (and more) for swapping to a number of other free accounts. To get the most out of the deal you'd have to be starting off with no existing insurance / breakdown cover.

A banking deal like this is never gonna be well received here.... don't take it personally.
#9
starsailor123uk
Worldwide Travel Insurance

£30-45 MSE

International Debit Card Cash withdrawals abroad free of HSBC ATM transaction fees:

Other banks give it free and how often non high flyers use it

Roadside Breakdown Assistance§

Equivalent Cover £30-40 Less Cashback £20 if you rotate the companies annually

Life Cover/Accidental Death benefit with £3,000 benefit§

if 40 year old pays £30 pm for around £100K then lets say another £30-40 p.a for £3000 max

24/7 Identity Theft Assistance

scaremonger insurance

8% AER/Gross preferential rate on our Regular Saver

Only on £250pm or £3000 in one year ( Average £1500 * say 5% better than best pure instant access = £75

Preferential Mortgage terms

Better deals elsewher

10% Cashback on Personal Loans. Typical 8.7% APR from £7,000 to £25,000 for a car or home improvements.

rates out there for good credit history 7.9% so probably neutral

Accommodation and travel discounts
Discounts on entertainment and dining out in UK
and more.

Use other sites including this one and MSE

Now that has to be a good deal


So overpriced

Voted Cold

So effectively you spend more than 70 quid for the above where as you are getting all this for 56 quid.Amazes me at your calculation. Regular saver @ 8% better than most
other regular savers.
#10
Why pay for an account when they profits from our savings so cold :(
#11
thanks, hot for me
suspended#12
very little information on the travel insurance, some companies such as Nationwide offer this for free if u make purchases on the credit card.. however it only covers u in an event of an accident.

i mean if u use the benefits then it will be worth a shot, but if not then its not gonna be good.

roadside recovering seems good, but how reliable is it? Personally would rather go with RAC/AA

votec neutral because there are good points on there, and like i said if u use it then its pretty good.

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